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Années 1920 - 1930

Publication : 14/05/1905 | Réf. 524

French Grand Prix, 1936 : Leoz's lagonda, Benoist's Bugatti and Zehender's Delahaye.

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French Grand Prix, 1936 : Two of the Bugatti's at the pits.

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French Grand Prix, 1936 : A Hudson burns.

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George Eyston with the A.E.C diesel car, which had a Chrysler chassis.

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French Grand Prix, 1937 : two of the Talbots.

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Louis Chiron , the winner.

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Arthur Dobson's Riley (right) is followed by Gordini's and Camerano's Simca-Fiats in the 1,5 litre race which preceded the 1937 French Grand Prix.

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Postwar emular of the prewar Citroens : a Simca on the banking.

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Twenty-four hours at 107.46 m.p.h : Leslie Johnson in the XK120 Jaguar, 1950.

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A week at over 100 m.p.h : the Jaguar XK 120 fixed-head coupé on the banking at night, 1952.

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The special-bodied Bristol Type 450 coupé which took Class E Records, 1953.

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The Austin-Healey of the B.M.C high-speed long-distance team passes teh grandstand, 1955.

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Willy Mairesse slides his Ferrari 250 GT in the 1000 kilometres de Paris of 1960.

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The memorial to Antonio Ascari, killed in the 1925 French Grand Prix.

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The plaque to Alexandre Lamblin, creator of the Autodrome, on the front of the grandstand opposite the pits.

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The opening meeting at Linas-Montlhéry : the start of the 1,100-cc. Race, 5 October, 1924.

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Touring Car Grand Prix, 1925 : André Boillot's winning Peugeot.

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A cottin et Desgouttes followed by a Peugeot saloon.