35èmes Grand Prix d´Endurance les 24 Heures du Mans 1967

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35èmes Grand Prix d´Endurance les 24 Heures du Mans 1967

Le Mans 1938
Le Mans
Le Mans 1962

Circuit Permanenthe de la Sarthe
Date: June 10th and 11th, 1967


Conditions: Warm, cloudy
Starters: 54
Track Length: 13,469 metres
Distance: 5232.900 km
Fastest Lap: Denis "Denny" Hulme, NZ, Ford GT Mk IV, (on lap 41) and Mario Andretti, USA, Ford GT Mk IV, 3:23.6 = 237.971 km/h
Pole Position: Bruce McLaren, NZ, Ford GT Mk IV, 3:24.4 = 236.082 km/h
Average Speed: 218.038 km/h
Race Notes: International Manufacturerd Championship, Round 7
At Le Mans there are various traditions that have been seen over the years. One of the longest lasting is the waving of the French tricolor to start the race. This is usually followed by a fly-over featuring jets trailing blue, white, and red smoke. A similar flag tradition is the waving of safety flags during the final lap of the race by track marshals, congratulating the winners and other finishers.

The 24 Hours of Le Mans also saw the first known instance at a major race of a winning driver celebrating by spraying champagne instead of drinking it. When Dan Gurney won the 1967 race with co-driver A.J. Foyt, the two drivers mounted the victory stand and Gurney was handed a magnum of champagne. Looking down, he saw Ford CEO Henry Ford II, team owner Carroll Shelby and their wives, as well as several journalists who had predicted disaster for the high-profile duo.

Gurney shook the bottle and sprayed everyone nearby, establishing a tradition reenacted in victory celebrations the world over for the past 40 years. Gurney, incidentally, autographed and gave the bottle of champagne to a LIFE magazine photographer, Flip Schulke, who used it as a lamp for many years. He recently returned the bottle to Gurney, who keeps it at his home in California.

A.J. Foyt



A.J. Foyt was all wiped up before Indianapolis according to a couple of motoring observers, but he smacked them all in the face by making Le Mans his number two big deal win within weeks when he partnered fellow American Dan Gurney in the lead car - a Mk 4 series, derived from the ill-famed J-type or breadvan Ford. The Mk 4 wasn't any prettier than the ugly J-van but by 1967 it was well sorted. Ford concentrated its efforts around a bevy of these cars, four for regular drivers McLaren/Donohue (Shelby-entered , Andretti/ Bianchi, Ruby/Hulme and Foyt Gurney. To back up there were three Mk 2s - for Hawkins/Bucknam (Shelby), Gardner/McCluskey, and Schlesser/Ligier (Ford France).

The Mk 4 Fords had been tried previously in only one race, Sebring. Again Ford was dogged by bad luck all through the race and won virtually by sheer weight of numbers. The fourth-placed Donohue car lost its tail section at speed and had to have it taped back again. Three Fords went out with a bang early on when Mario Andretti locked a brake in the Esses, hit the bank and stalled in the road. Schlesser and McCluskey spun their Fords to avoid him, both climbed the bank. All three cars were retired. England's bold new attempt at Le Mans prestige fell badly by the trackside. Both the Lola Aston-Martins went out early with engine failures, and the two Mirages, the Lotus 47, the Mini Marcos and the Nathan Imp were all out within a few hours of the start. Only the Clive Baker/ Andrew Hedges Sprite represented Britain at the end - a long way back in 15th after a bad crash and extensive repairs.

The Index of Performance



Ferrari really played a waiting game to the end with two cars in the first four - Parkes Scarfiotti 30 miles behind in second and Mairesse Beurlys , third, both in P4s. Porsche dominated the back-up positions to tradition and again carried off the Index of Performance. They were a motley variety of cars, though Siffert/Herrmann (9071, fifth, and the Index winners, Stommelen Neerpaseh (910) sixth, Eldford/Pon (Carrera) seventh. Koch/Poirot (Carrera) eighth. Renault must also have been pleased with its four placings after failing to lodge a car in the fastest 30 in practice. Reliability and regularity provod the point and Alpines came in 9, 10. 12, 13. The Chaparrals, GMs undercover answer to Ford, actually forced their way into a brief lead at one stage and the Spence/Phil Hill car was rarely lower than third until it withdrew with transmission troubles half way through the race.

There was only one race casualty - when Mike Salmon's GT40 caught fire. He suffered only minor burns after leaping from the car. Anion's car also caught fire as he tried to drive back to the pits with a burst tyre. The Fords gave early indication of their superiority in practice. After the Chaparral's early first-day record three seconds under the old mark, the Fords went out en masse and blasted the old record to shreds. The McLaren Donohue car eventually came back with a 3:24.4 more than six seconds under the 1966 record. This shocked some people as the Fords didn't start in the early April, test weekend and most considered Bandini's 3:25,5 to be around the limit.

But the Chaparral of Hill Spence still stayed up near the top with second fastest lap only .3 sec away from the leading Ford. Then followed four Fords, all within two seconds of the new unofficial record, and a mixed gaggle of Fords and Ferraris below that but still within the record. The best Lola-Aston was three seconds outside the record and the fastest 2-litre Porsches were commendably close at 11 seconds outside the record. After race day the record was Hulme's with a 3:23.6 or 147.90 mph, as against Gurney's standing record of 3:30,6 and 142.98 mph. Exactly seven seconds faster than 12 months ago, this time was almost exactly 14 seconds faster than the record of two years back. Just 16 of the 54 starters finished. These are the race highlights:

Rodriguez in a private Ferrari was first off the line but the Bucknum/Hawkins Ford Mk2 led around for the first few laps. Mike Salmon made first pit stop - on lap one to close a door. The Nathan Imp followed him in closely with a sick engine the first hint of a problem that soon forced the cars retirement. Denny Hulme was in within the first few laps for an extended checkout of the front end which apparently produced results as he then went out and claimed the lap record. John Surtees retired the Aston Martin on lap three with a broken piston. Marcos, Healy and Lotus 47 all made pit stops with mechanical problems before the first ten laps. Lap eight saw the second Aston Martin - with Chris Irwin pit for problems. It retired shortly afterwards.

Ford gave an idea of precision pitwork to come with a routine pitstop just after one hour in 1.5 minutes - for the Bucknum/Hawkins car. But this car returned soon afterwards with a broken radiator hose and lost a lot of time, Gurney/ Foyt moved into the lead soon after hour one when when all cars had pit-stopped. Two hours after the start, a Ferrari was immovably bogged in the sand pits on Mulsanne and a Mirage had also retired. Both the Nathan Imp the Lotus 47 went out in the third hour and a Matra with a broken door was pulled out in the fourth hour for safety reasons.

The P3/4 Guichet/Muller Ferrari went out in the sixth hour (engine) and the first Porsche 910 out in the same hour. It was into the seventh hour and nightfall when Ferrari lost the Amon car and bad reports of the Ford drivers filtered through. Ruby/McCluskey had apparently never driven at night and went up the sandbanks several times. By the eighth hour Ferrari had a car in second behind the Gurney Ford and the Chaparral had begun its downward plunge. A Porsche went out in the ninth hour after disqualification for using too much oil and in the tenth the first big car brake pad changes were made. The last Matra retired at the same time.

The Big Ford disaster came at the halfway point when Andretti's spin took the McCluskey and Schlesser cars out of the race and ended the Ford 1, 2, 3, domination that had developed. The early dawn hours were bad ones for Ferrari the Courage/Attwood car went out with a burnt piston. Simultaneously one of the Chaparrals retired, an Alpine pulled out after a crash, and two others retired with mechanical troubles. The Buck-Hawkins car finally went out at 17 hours after an impressive drive. The trouble engine failure.

Dan Gurney took the No 7 Ford from A. J. Foyt in the 23rd hour for the short run home to the flag, after leading the race for 23 of the 24 hours, pit changes apart. It was an all-American victory - the first victory by an American car with American drivers. Foyt had become a total convert and was talking of teaming up with Gurney for an Eagle round of the World Championship Series.

RESULTS:

1, D. Gurney/A. J. Foyt (Ford Mk If), 3251.7.!/If miles (135.If83 mph), record; 2, L. Scarfiotti/M. Parkes (Ferrari Plf); 3, W. Mairesse/J. Beurlys (Ferrari Plf); Jf} B. McLaren M. Donohue (Ford Mk If); 5, J. Siffert/H. Herrmann (Porsche 910); 6, R. Stommellen/J. Neerpasch (Porsche 910); 7, V. Elford/B. Pon (Porsche Carrera 6); 8, G. Koch/C. Poirot (Porsche Carrera 6); 9, H. Grandsire/J. Rosinski (Alpine-Renault); 10, A. de Cortanze/A. LeGuellec (Alpine-Renault); 11, R. Steinemann/D. Spoerry (Ferrari GTB); 12, R. de Lagenste/J. Clieinisse (Alpine-Renault); J. Vinatier/M. Bianchi (Alpine-Renault); lh., C. Buchet/H. Linger (Porsche 911S); 15, C. Baker/ A. Hedges (Austin Healey Sprite); 16, M. Martin/ J. Mesange (Fiat Abarth 1300 OT). INDEX OF PERFORMANCE; 1, J. Siffert/H. Herrmann (Porsche); 2, M. Parkes/L. Scarfiotti (Ferrari); 3, R. Stommelen/J. Neerpasch (Porsche).

INDEX OF THERMAL EFFICIENCY:

1, D. Gurney /A.J. Foyt (Ford). Fastest lap: D. Hulme (Ford Mk If), 3:23.6 (lift.90 mph).
CLASS WINNERS
Index of Performance Jo Siffert / Hans Herrmann Porsche 907
Index of Thermal Efficiency Dan Gurney / A.J. Foyt Ford GT40 Mk IV
Prototypes, unlimited Dan Gurney / A.J. Foyt Ford GT40 Mk IV
Prototypes 4001 - 5000cc Ludovico Scarfiotti / Mike Parkes Ferrari P4
Prototypes 1601 - 2000cc Jo Siffert / Hans Herrmann Porsche 907
Prototypes 1301 - 1600cc Jean Vinatier / Mauro Bianchi Alpine Renault
Prototypes 1151 - 1300cc Henri Grandsire / José Rosinski Alpine Renault
Sports Cars 1601 - 2000cc Vic Elford / Ben Pon Porsche 906
Sports Cars 1151 - 1300cc Marcel Martin / Jean Mesange Abarth 1300 GT
GT Rico Steinemann / Dieter Spoerry Ferrari 275 GTB
Please Note: You can sort this listing by simply clicking on the column heading
Team / Entrant
Car - Engine
Driver, Nationality
1
1
1
Shelby American Inc., USA
Ford GT40 Mk IV
Dan Gurney, USA
Anthony Joseph 'AJ' Foyt, USA
DNS Bruce McLaren, NZ
6980
V8
P
+5000
388
5332.900
-
2
2
21
SpA Ferrari SEFAC, I
Ferrari 330 P4 Coupé
Ludovico Scarfiotti, I
Mike Parkes, GB
3983
V12
P
5000
384
5180.590
# 25 at test
3
3
24
Equipe Nationale Belge, B
Ferrari 330 P4
Willy Mairesse, B
"Jean Beurlys" (Jean Blaton), B
DNS Mike Parkes, GB
DNS Ludovico Scarfiotti, I
3983
V12
P
5000
377
5084.390
# 21 at test
4
4
2
Shelby American Inc., USA
Ford GT Mk IV
Bruce McLaren, NZ
Mark Donohue, USA
DNS Peter Revson, USA
6980
V8
P
+5000
359
4844.140
-
5
5
41
Porsche System Engineering, D
Porsche 907/6 Lang Heck
Jo Siffert, CH
Hans Herrmann, D
DNS Joe Buzzetta, USA
DNS Jochen Neerpasch, D
DNS Gerhard Mitter, D
DNS Herbert Linge, D
DNS Huschke von Hanstein, D
1991
F6
P
2000
358
4830.550
-
6
6
38
Porsche System Engineering, D
Porsche 910/6 Kurz
Rolf Stommelen, D
Jochen Neerpasch, D
DNS Gerhard Mitter, D
DNS Jochen Rindt, A
DNS Gijs van Lennep, NL
1991
F6
P
2000
351
4735.900
-
7
7
37
Porsche System Engineering, D
Porsche 906/6 Carrera 6 Kurz (Carburettor)
Vic Elford, GB
Ben Pon, NL
1991
F6
S
2000
327
4409.450
-
8
8
66
Christian Poirot, F
Porsche 906/6 Carrera 6 (Carburettor)
Christian Poirot, F
Gerhard 'Gerd' Koch, D
1991
F6
S
2000
321
4328.690
-
9
9
46
Sté des Automobiles Alpine, F
(Ecurie Savin Calberson, F ?)
Alpine A210 - Renault R8G 1300
Henri Grandsire, F
José Rosinski, F
1296
L4
P
1300
321
4323.990
-
10
10
49
Ecurie Savin Calberson, F
Alpine A210 - Renault R8G 1300
André de Cortanze, F
Alain LeGuellec, F
DNS Jean Vinatier, F
1296
L4
P
1300
318
4283.550
-
11
11
28
Scuderia Filipinetti, CH
Ferrari 275 GTB/C
Dieter Spoerry, CH
Heinrich 'Rico' Steineman, CH
DNS André Bungener, CH
DNS Herbert Müller, CH
DNS Denis Borel, CH
DNS Jean-Daniel Grandjean, CH
DNS "Bouchon", B
DNS Robert Blouin
3286
V12
GT
5000
317
4281.000
-
12
12
48
Ecurie Savin Calberson, F
Alpine A210 - Renault R8G 1300
Roger Delageneste, F
Jacques Cheinisse, F
DNS André de Cortanze, F
1296
L4
P
1300
311
4197.980
-
13
13
45
Sté des Automobiles Alpine, F
Alpine A210 - Renault R8G 1500 Twin-Cam
Mauro Bianchi, B
Jean Vinatier, F
1470
L4
P
1600
311
4189.280
-
14
14
42
Auguste Veuillet, F
Porsche 911S
Robert Buchet, F
Herbert Linge, D
1991
F6
GT
2000
308
4158.090
-
15
15
51
Donald Healey Motor Co, GB
Austin-Healey Sprite Le Mans
Clive Baker, GB
Andrew Hedges, GB
1292
L4
P
1300
289
3897.050
-
16
16
64
Ecurie du Maine, F
Abarth 1300 OT - Fiat Coupé
Marcel Martin, F
Jean Mesange, F
1289
L4
S
1300
262
3531.530
-
17
DNF
19
SpA Ferrari SEFAC, I
Ferrari 330 P4 Coupé
Günther Klass, D
Peter Sutcliffe, GB
DNS Leo Cella, I
3983
V12
P
5000
296 or 246 ?
18h
Fuel pump metering unit / Engine
18
DNF
57
Shelby American Inc, USA
Ford GT Mk II B
Ronnie Bucknum, USA
Paul Hawkins, AUS
6980
V8
P
+5000
271
18h
Valve
19
DNF
7
Chaparral Cars Inc., USA
Chaparral 2F - Chevrolet
Phil Hill, USA
Mike Spence, GB
6993
V8
P
+5000
225
18h
Transmission
20
DNF
47
Sté des Automobiles Alpine, F
Alpine A210 - Renault R8G 1300
Jean Claude Andruet, F
Robert Bouharde, F
DNS José Rosinski, F
1296
L4
P
1300
219
17h
Accident
21
DNF
23
Maranello Concessionaires, GB
Ferrari 330 P3/412P
Richard Attwood, GB
Piers Courage, GB
3983
V12
P
5000
208
15h
Oil pump
22
DNF
56
Ecurie Savin-Calberson, F
Alpine A210 - Renault R8G 1000
Gerard Larrousse, F
Patrick Depailler, F
DNS Henri Grandsire, F
1005
L4
P
1150
204
17h
Engine
23
DNF
55
North American Racing Team, USA
Alpine M64 - Renault R8G 1000
Jean-Luc Thérier, F
Francois Chevalier, F
1005
L4
P
1150
201
18h
Engine
24
DNF
3
Holman & Moody, USA
Ford GT Mk IV
Mario Andretti, USA
Lucien Bianchi, B
DNS Richie Ginther, USA
6980
V8
P
+5000
188
13h
Accident
25
DNF
6
Holman & Moody / Ford France SA, USA/F
Ford GT Mk II B
Jo Schlesser, F
Guy Ligier, F
6980
V8
P
+5000
183
13h
Accident
26
DNF
16
Ford France SA, F
Ford GT40
Pierre Dumay, B
Henri Greder, F
DNS Guy Ligier, F
DNS Jo Schlesser, F
4710
V8
S
5000
179 or 129 ?
14h
Cylinder head gasket
27
DNF
5
Holman & Moody, USA
Ford GT Mk II B
Roger McCluskey, USA
Frank Gardner, AUS
DNS Denis Hulme, NZ
DNS Lloyd Ruby, USA
DNS Ronnie Bucknum, USA
6980
V8
P
5000
179
13h
Accident
28
DNF
9
Dana Chevrolet Inc., USA
Chevrolet Corvette
Bob Bondurant, USA
Dick Guldstrand, USA
6993
V8
GT
+5000
167
13h
Engine (Con-rod)
29
DNF
29
Equipe Matra Sports, F
Matra MS630 - BRM
Jean-Pierre Beltoise, F
Johnny (Georges) Servoz-Gavin, F
1998
V8
P
2000
155
12h
Engine (oil pipe)
30
DNF
25
North American Racing Team, USA
Ferrari 330 P3/412P
Pedro Rodriguez, MEX
Giancarlo Baghetti, I
DNS Masten Gregory, USA
3983
V12
P
5000
144
11h
Piston
31
DQ/
DNF
67
Pierre Boutin, F
Porsche 911 S
Pierre Boutin, F
Patrice Sanson, F
DNS "Bouchon", B
DNS Sylvain Garant, F
1991
F6
GT
2000
133 or 134 ?
11h
Disqualified: oil replenish
32
DNF
60
Philippe Farjon, F
Porsche 911 S
André Wicky, CH
Philippe Farjon, F
DNS Roland Lefevre, F
1991
F6
GT
2000
126
11h
Big end bearing
33
DNF
18
Scuderia Filipinetti, CH
Ford GT40
Umberto Maglioli, I
Mario Casoni, I
DNS Denis Borel, CH
DNS Herbert Müller, CH
DNS André Bungener, CH
DNS Jean-Daniel Grandjean, CH
DNS Peter Sutcliffe, GB
4710
V8
S
5000
116
9h
Cylinder head
34
DNF
20
SpA Ferrari SEFAC, I
Ferrari 330 P3 Spyder
Chris Amon, NZ
Nino Vaccarella, I
DNS Lorenzo Bandini, I
3983
V12
P
5000
105
8h
Puncture / Fire
35
DNF
40
Porsche System Engineering, D
Porsche 907/6 Lang Heck
Gerhard Mitter, D
Jochen Rindt, A
DNS Rolf Stommelen, D
DNS Gijs van Lennep, NL
1991
F6
P
2000
103
9h
Camshaft
36
DNF
8
Chaparral Cars Inc., USA
Chaparral 2F - Chevrolet
Bob Johnson, USA
Bruce Jennings, USA
6993
V8
P
+5000
91
10h
Electrical, starter and battery
37
DNF
22
Scuderia Filipinetti, CH
Ferrari 330 P3/412P
Jean Guichet, F
Herbert Müller, CH
3983
V12
P
5000
88
7h
Piston, oil loss
38
DNF
4
Holman & Moody, USA
Ford GT Mk IV
Denis Hulme, NZ
Lloyd Ruby, USA
DNS Lucien Bianchi, B
DNS Bruce McLaren, NZ
6980
V8
P
+5000
86
8h
Accident
39
DNF
39
Porsche System Engineering, D
Porsche 910/6 Langheck
Udo Schütz, D
Joe Buzzetta, USA
DNS Hans Herrmann, D
DNS Jo Siffert, CH
DNS Jochen Neerpasch, D
1991
F6
P
2000
84
7h
Oil pressure
40
DNF
58
Sté des Automobiles Alpine, F
Alpine A210 - Renault R8G
Philippe Vidal, F
Leo Cella, I
DNS Eric Offenstadt, F
1005
L4
P
1300
67
8h
Bearings, oil
41
DNF
14
JW Automotive Engineering, GB
Mirage M1 - Ford ('Ford GT40 Lightweight')
David Piper, GB
Richard 'Dick ' Thompson, USA
DNS Richard Attwood, GB
DNS Brian Muir, GB
5700
V8
P
+5000
59
5h
Broken inlet valve
42
DNF
17
Claude Dubois, B
Ford Mustang Shelby GT350
Chris Tuerlinckx, B
Claude Dubois, B
DNS Pierre Noblet, B
DNS Gustave 'Taf' Gosselin, B
4727
V8
GT
5000
58
7h
Piston
43
DNF
30
Equipe Matra Sports, F
Matra MS630 - BRM
Jean-Pierre Jaussaud, F
Henri Pescarolo, F
1998
V8
P
2000
55
8h
Suspension
44
DNF
44
Team Elite, GB
Lotus Mk 47 - Ford (Cosw. FVA or Lotus Ford LF ?)
David Preston, GB
John Wagstaff, GB
1588
L4
P
1600
42
5h
Overheating
45
DNF
53
SEC Automobiles C.D., F
CD SP66C - Peugeot 204
André Guilhaudin, F
Alain Bertaut, F
1149
L4
P
1150
35
8h
Conrod
46
DNF
26
North American Racing Team, USA
Ferrari 365 P2 'White Elephant'
Ricardo Rodriguez, USA
Chuck Parsons, USA
DNS Bob Grossmann, USA
DNS Baron Jean de Mortemart, F
4390
V12
P
5000
30
4h
Accident
47
DNF
15
JW Automotive Engineering, GB
Mirage M1 - Ford ('Ford GT40 Lightweight')
Jacky Ickx, B
Brian Muir, AUS (DND)
DNS Alan Rees, GB
DNS Richard Thompson, USA
DNS David Piper, GB
5700
V8
P
+5000
29
4h
Engine
48
DNF
52
SEC Automobiles C.D., F
CD SP 66C - Peugeot 204
Dennis Dayan, F
Claude Ballot-Lena, F
DNS Alain Bertaut, F
1149
L4
P
1150
25
5h
Overheating
49
DNF
12
Lola Cars Ltd / Team Surtees, GB
Lola T70 Mk 3 - Aston Martin
Peter 'Piet' de Klerk, ZA (DND)
Chris Irwin, GB
DNS John Surtees, GB
DNS David Hobbs, GB
5044
V8
P
+5000
25
1h
Fuel pump /
Camshaft
50
DNF
62
JW Automotive Engineering /
Viscount Downe, GB
Ford GT40
Mike Salmon, GB
Brian Redman, GB (DND)
4736
V8
S
5000
20
2h
Accident / Fire (loose fuel cap)
51
DNF
54
Roger Nathan Racing Ltd, GB
Costin Nathan - Hillman Imp
Roger Nathan, GB
Mike Beckwith, GB (DND)
1006
L4
P
1150
15
5h
Electrical, fuel starvation
52
DNF
50
Marcos Racing Ltd, GB
Mini Marcos GT - BMC Cooper S
Chris J. Lawrence, GB
Jem Marsh, GB (DND)
DNS Tim Lalonde, GB
1293
L4
P
1300
13
3h
Oil pump, gearbox
53
DNF
11
Lola Cars Ltd / Team Surtees, GB
Lola T70 Mk 3 - Aston Martin
John Surtees, GB
David Hobbs, GB (DND)
5044
V8
P
+5000
3
1h
Piston
54
DNF
43
"Franc", F
Porsche 911S
"Franc" (Jacques Dewes), F
Anton 'Toni' Fischhaber, D (DND)
DNS Jean Kerguen, F
DNS Vic Elford, GB
1991
F6
GT
2000
2
1h
Clutch
55
DNS
31
Equipe Nationale Belge, B
Ferrari Dino 206 SP
Gustave 'Taf' Gosselin, B
-
2000
V6
P
2000
-
-
56
Res.
DNS
66
Christian Poirot, F
Porsche 904 GTS
Christian Poirot, F
Roland Lefevre, F
-
F6
-
-
-
57
Res.
DNS
-

Porsche 911
Sylvain Garant, F
-
-
F6
GT
-
-
58
Res.
DNS
68
Jean-Claude Hrubon, F
Hrubon - Renault
Jean Rives, F
Jean-Louis Marnat, F
-
L4
P
1300
-
-
59
Res.
DNS
-
(Essex Wire Corp., USA ?)
Ford GT40
Peter Revson, USA
Skip Scott, USA
-
-
S
-
-
60
DNS
10
Prototipi Bizzarini, I
Bizzarini GT Strada 5300 - Chevrolet
Edgar 'Ficho' Berney, CH
Giancarlo Naddeo, I
5358
V8
P
+5000
-
Failed scrutineering
61
DNS
61
Ecurie Francorchamps, B
Ferrari 275 GTB/C
Gustave 'Taf' Gosselin, B
Baron Hughes de Fierlandt, B
3285
V12
GT
5000
-
-
62
DNA
33
Equipe Matra Sports, F
Matra MS630 - BRM
Johnny Servoz-Gavin, F
Henri Pescarolo, F
1998
V8
P
2000
-
-
63
DNA
-

AC Ace
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
64
DNA
-
Scuderia Filipinetti, CH
Ford GT40
Herbert Müller, CH
Peter Sutcliffe, GB
4736
V8
S
-
-
65
DNS
-
Equipe Nationale Belge, B
Ferrari GTB
"Bouchon", B
-
3300
V12
GT
-
-
66
DNA
34
Autodelta SpA, I
Alfa Romeo T33
Andrea de Adamich, I
Ignazio Giunti, I
Jean Rolland, F
1995
V8
P
2000
-
Withdrawn
67
DNA
35
Autodelta SpA, I
Alfa Romeo T33
Andrea de Adamich, F
Roberto Bussinello, I
Jean Guichet, F
Teodoro Zeccoli, I
1995
V8
P
2000
-
Withdrawn
68
DNA
36
Autodelta SpA, I
Alfa Romeo T33
Giovanni 'Nanni' Galli,I
Teodoro Zeccoli, I
Enrico Pinto, I
1995
V8
P
2000
Withdrawn
69
DNA
26
North American Racing Team, USA
Ferrari 365 P2/P3
Bob Grossmann, USA
Baron Jean de Mortemart, F
-
V12
P
-
Accident in practice
70
DNA
32
North American Racing Team, USA
Ferrari Dino 206 SP
Charlie Kolb, USA
-
2000
V6
P
2000
-
-
71
DNA
33
SpA Ferrari SEFAC, I
Ferrari Dino 206 SP
Jonathan Williams, GB
-
2000
V6
P
2000
-
-
72
DNA
27
North American Racing Team, USA
Ferrari 275 GTB/4
-
-
3285
V12
GT
5000
-
-
73
DNA
29
Sté des Automobiles Alpine, F
Alpine A211 - Renault
-
-
3000
V8
P
3000
-
-
74
DNA
22
SpA Ferrari SEFAC, I
Ferrari 330 P4 Spyder
Lorenzo Bandini, I
-
3983
V12
P
-
-
75
DNA
19
Equipe Matra Sports, F
Matra MS620 - Ford
Robby Weber, F
Jean-Pierre Jaussaud, F
-
-
P
-
-
76
DNA
31
Equipe Matra Sports, F
Matra MS630 - BRM
Robby Weber, F
Jean-Pierre Jaussaud, F
1998
V8
P
-
-
77
DNA
50
Société des Automobiles Alpine, F
Alpine M64 - Renault R8G
Jean-Claude Andruet, F
Jean-Francois Piot, F
Gérard Larrousse, F
André de Cortanze, F
-
L4
P
-
-
78
DNA
60
John Wyer Automotive Engineering, GB
Ford GT40
-
-
4710
V8
S
-
-
79
DNA
63
Marcos Racing Ltd, GB
Mini Marcos GT - BMC Cooper S
-
-
1293
L4
P
-
-
80
DNA
50
North American Racing Team, USA
ASA 411
-
-
1300
L4
P
1300
-
-
81
DNA
-
Porsche System Engineering, D
Porsche 910
Jo Siffert, CH
Hans Herrmann, D
2200
F6
F8?
P
3000
-
-
82
DNA
-
Porsche System Engineering, D
Porsche 910
Jochen Rindt, A
Gerhard Mitter, D
2200
F6
P
3000
-
-
83
DNA
15
Ford France SA, F
Ford GT40
-
-
4710
V8
S
5000
-
-
84
DNA
30
Sté des Automobiles Alpine, F
Alpine A211 - Renault
-
-
3000
V8
P
3000
-
-
85
DNA?
DNS?
6

Porsche 910/6 Kurz
Baron Andreas von Wernitz, D
Jochen Rindt, A
Gerhard Mitter, D
2200
-
P
-
-
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