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Le Mans-24 Hour Race Featured Le Mans Print

Le Mans-24 Hour Race

Pilots rush to their racing cars during the start of the 32 "Le Mans 24-Hour Race" (24 Heures du Mans), Le Mans, 20 June 1964. French Jean guichet and Italian Nino Vaccarella won the competition, driving a Ferrari 275 YP. Fifty five cars were taking part in the French enduring race, which first held in 1923. / AFP PHOTO
*** WARNING THE ORIGINAL PRINT IS SLIGHTLY PIXELLATED AND MAY NOT BE SUITABLE FOR LARGE SIZES ***

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Le Mans, France: victory gesture from Le Mans s24-hour motor race winner, American Featured Le Mans Print

Le Mans, France: victory gesture from Le Mans s24-hour motor race winner, American

Le Mans, France: victory gesture from Le Mans s24-hour motor race winner, American driver Masten Gregory (left), with his Austrian co-driver Joachim Rindt, giving thumbs- up. They were on the podium at the end of the gruelling endurance test in which their Ferrari with the lucky number 21 was this year's winner. The car covered nearly 2, 863 miles, winning at an average speed of 121.9 miles per hour only fourteen of fifty-one starters finished the race
22 June 1965

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24 Hours-Le Mans-1955-Hawthorn Featured Le Mans Print

24 Hours-Le Mans-1955-Hawthorn

British driver Mike Hawthorn crosses the finish line with his Jaguar D-Type on Le Mans racetrack, at the end of the 23th edition of the 24 hours of Le Mans race, on June 12, 1955. The 23th edition of the endurance race was marked by the terrible crash that killed 82 persons, in which French pilot Pierre Levegh, and injured 77 others. In terms of human toll, it is the most catastrophic accident in motorsports history. Mike Hawthorn and his teammate Ivro Bueb won the race. / AFP PHOTO

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