24 lemans


01 —– Start of the Spa 24 Hours, 1974.

02 —- Targa Florio 1972 - #Porsche 911

03 – Richard Attwood goes through the Eau RougeRaidillon complex in Porsche Salzburg’s 917K, 1970 Spa 1000km.

04 — More ‘Ring fever, this time from Jun 1, 1969 Brian Redman and Jo Siffert win the 1000km in the Porsche 9082.

05 —- Le-Mans 1968

06 —- Gitanes in USA, Jean-Pierre Jarier Matra MS 670 C.6Hs Watkins Glen 1974.

07 —– Daytona 1970, behind the Ferrari, the inverted colors beast.

08 —- David Piper at Monza 70. He crashed his Porsche 917 during the shooting of the film Le Mans and lost part of one leg.

09 —- AstonMartin DP214 - #LeMans 1964

10 —– 24 hores de Le Mans de 1980…


This photo-set was going to come after that of the number 17 Porsche that finished ahead of these R18 E-trons at the 24hrs of Le Mans, but I just heard that one of these badboys will be at the Festival of Speed this coming weekend so it’s jumped the queue…..can’t wait to see it again, although I doubt it will be reaching the same speeds as it did 10 days ago!

Although it’s been toppled from the number one spot at the LM24, the Audi is arguably still the best looking and best sounding LMP1 car on the grid, it’s an absolute spaceship!


Back to Le Mans - and we have the number 17 car entered by Porsche, which completed their epic one-two finish in the 24h. This car probably had more of a buzz about it than any other, mainly thanks to the presence of ex-F1 and now full-time Porsche factory driver Mark Webber, who was joined by fellow antipodean Brendon Hartley and German Timo Bernhard.


Nico, Nick and Earl weren’t the only ones spraying Champagne last weekend, Corvette Racing were also tasting victory in the LM GTE Pro class. Englishman Oliver Gavin joined American team-mates Tommy Milner and Jordan Taylor in the ‘Vette, beating the 2nd place Ferrari F458 run by AF Corse.