The 2019 movie Ford v. Ferrari was crammed with drama, suspense, and excessive risk-taking, and it was based mostly on the 1966 race between the 2 automobile producers over who may make the higher car.
British driver Ken Miles was performed by Christian Bale within the movie, and he was enlisted to drive the Ford GT40 Mk1 by his greatest pal, automotive designer Carroll Shelby (Matt Damon).
All through the movie, Ken and Carroll push the boundaries on the car, main Ken to have just a few severe accidents.
In actuality, the notorious driver died shortly after the race featured within the movie. How did Ken Miles die in actual life? Maintain studying to learn the way Ken’s dying was portrayed within the film, and to be taught the place his son, Peter Miles, is in the present day.
What occurred to Ken Miles’ son?
Along with having a profitable racing profession, Ken was married to Mollie Miles, and the 2 shared a son named Peter collectively. Peter was 14 years outdated when his father died, and he was truly on the Riverside Raceway together with his mother when the deadly crash occurred.
He stayed within the household enterprise, and he labored on the Troutman and Barnes automobile store for 14 years earlier than taking a job at Precision Efficiency in 1986.
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Peter has additionally labored as a fabricator, and he has led racing crews. He now lives in California, and he manages the automobile assortment of billionaire Chip Connor. Peter is married to Patricia Montgomery Miles, and the 2 have a daughter named Jamie collectively. Via Jamie, Peter is a grandfather of two.
When Ford v. Ferrari premiered, Peter spoke with Le Mans about aiding the forged with perception into his father.
“I gave Christian Bale some data on my father, they may come from press clippings, articles in magazines, I additionally confirmed private pictures or shared audio recordings,” Peter instructed the outlet. “Mr. Bale wished to attempt to be as devoted as potential to my father’s portrait. I additionally met Caitriona Balfe [who played Mollie Miles], gave her footage of my mom, described her to her as I remembered.”
You may watch Ford v. Ferrari on HBO, or you possibly can stream it on HBO Max.