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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-Bueb Featured Le Mans Print

24 Hours-Le Mans-1955-Hawthorn-Bueb

British driver Mike Hawthorn (L) and his teammate Ivor Bueb (R) celebrate in their Jaguar D-Type on Le Mans racetrack, as they have won 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. / AFP PHOTO

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France-Car Racing-Gordini Featured Le Mans Print

France-Car Racing-Gordini

Amedee Gordini, Italian-born French sport car driver and manufacturer stands next to his racing car in the 1950s during LeMans 24 hours car race.The Gordini firm was founded by Amedee nicknamed "Le Sorcier" (The Sorcerer). At the beginning Gordini had close ties with Simca. Gordini competed in Formula One from 1950 to 1956. Later Gordini worked with Renault as an engine tuner and finally sold his firm to Renault. With a Gordini modified 1,600 cc engine, the Alpine/Renault combination continued into the 1970s, and became one of Europe's most successful championship rallying cars ? the European Championship was won in 1970 (by Jean-Claude Andruet), and the World Championship in 1971 and 1973. In 1974, Alpine was taken over by Regie Renault. AFP PHOTO / AFP PHOTO

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