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Années 1920 - 1930

Publication : 14/05/1905 | Réf. 959

George Eyston's straight-eight Delage in 1932.

Publication : 14/05/1905 | Réf. 960

John Cobb in the Napier-Railton, 1933. The Brooklands silencers were not needed at Linas-Montlhéry.

Publication : 14/05/1905 | Réf. 961

Murray Jamieson in the Austin Seven which beat Eyston's MG records, 1933.

Publication : 14/05/1905 | Réf. 962

La Petite Rosalie- the Yacco Citroen, 1933.

Publication : 14/05/1905 | Réf. 963

One of its record certificates (The Yacco Citroen) .

Publication : 14/05/1905 | Réf. 964

145.94 m.p.h , 28 May 1933 : the Derby Special sets a lap record for the banked track. Mrs Stewart in crash Helmet. Leaning over engine, bare-headed, in suit : Mr Douglas Hawkes. On his left, in overalls, Mr Fred Cann. Note the propeller used to drive an auxiliary oil scavenge pump.

Publication : 14/05/1905 | Réf. 965

Mrs Stewart's Derby Special after its crash, 1934.

Publication : 14/05/1905 | Réf. 966

Mrs Stewart, Fred cann and the Derby-Maserati, 1935.

Publication : 14/05/1905 | Réf. 967

Frenc Grand Prix, 1935 : Caracciola comes through a chicane with his Mercédès-Benz.

Publication : 14/05/1905 | Réf. 968

George Eyston attacks the World's forty-eight-hour record in the 2 litre Hotchkiss, 1935.

Publication : 14/05/1905 | Réf. 969

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

Publication : 14/05/1905 | Réf. 970

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

Publication : 14/05/1905 | Réf. 971

French Grand Prix, 1936 : A Hudson burns.

Publication : 14/05/1905 | Réf. 972

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

Publication : 14/05/1905 | Réf. 973

French Grand Prix, 1937 : two of the Talbots.

Publication : 14/05/1905 | Réf. 974

Louis Chiron , the winner.

Publication : 14/05/1905 | Réf. 975

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.

Publication : 14/05/1905 | Réf. 976

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

Publication : 14/05/1905 | Réf. 977

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

Publication : 14/05/1905 | Réf. 978

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