36èmes Grand Prix d´Endurance les 24 Heures du Mans 1968

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36èmes Grand Prix d´Endurance les 24 Heures du Mans 1968

Le Mans 1938
Le Mans
Le Mans 1962

Circuit Permanenthe de la Sarthe
Date: September 28th and 29th, 1968


Conditions: Warm, rain overnight
Starters: 54
Track Length: 13,469 metres
Distance: 4452.880 km
Fastest Lap: Rolf Stommelen, D, Porsche 908, 3:38.1 = 222.321 km/h
Pole Position: Jo Siffert, CH, Porsche 908, 3:35.4 = 225.108 km/h
Average Speed: 185.536 km/h

Le Mans Practice



WITH the Le Mans practice periods sharing the same weekend with the BOAC 500 the attendance of cars at the 1968 Le Mans practice was poor. But what was lacking in quantity was made up in quality by the appearance of a new 3-litre eight-cylinder Porsche and the original and the new eight-cylinder Renault Alpines. Not significant as a novelty, but indicative of the possibilities, was a Ford GT40 prepared by Willment Automotive Engineering Ltd and driven by Jackie Ickx. It was confirmed at the circuit that Matra would enter a V-12 powered car and that the marques which were unable to test at Le Mans would have another opportunity during Easter weekend - a considerable concesssion as this necessitated the closing of the main Le Mans to Tours road for more than half a day.

The New Porsche 8 Cylinder



The big surprise of the weekend was that the new Porsches had eight-cylinder engines instead of the long-rumoured twelves. There were three glass-fibre-bodied cars similar in shape to the 1967 907, but these were even longer and lower. One with detachable fins was for aerodynamic testing, one was there to try out suspension modifications and the third was just for testing. Herbert Linge, Porsche's veteran high-speed tester and race driver, and Rolf Stommelen were the drivers.

1968 Porsche Le Mans 3 Litre
The 1968 Porsche 3 Litre was even lower than its predecessor. The tiny nose air intake was for the oil-cooler - in high performance air-cooled engines, a lot of heat was dissipated through the oil...
The basis of this car was a multi-tube space frame with some non-load-bearing glass-fibre panels in the cockpit area. Suspension was of the normal Grand Prix four-link pattern at the rear in conjunction with front wishbone and coil-spring layout. Thirteen-inch centre-lock wheels were used with Dunlop tyres.

Unsprung weight was kept to a minimum by the use of beryllium discs on the outboard disc brakes. Since berylllium, besides being astronomically expensive, produces a highly toxic dust, special nonlium rubbing surfaces were applied to the discs.

The completely new engine had a bore and stroke of 84 x 66mm giving a capacity of 2,924 c.c. Whereas the previous Porsche eight had a complex system of drive-shafts to the middle of the camshafts, this 3-litre engine had a chain or gear drive of conventional type off the nose of the crankshaft. Bucket tappets - two per cylinder - were set at a 70-degree angle.

Bosch low-pressure fuel injection was used, metering being by means of an eight-cylinder piston pump which was bulky but did not require electric pressure pumps. It was driven by a cog belt off the end of the right-hand inlet camshaft. Fuel was injected into the tops of the intake trumpets about six inches above the throttle plate. There were two plugs per cylinder.

The six-speed transmission was completely new and featured an outboard three-plate Borg and Beck clutch driven by a quill shaft from a reduction gear on the engine. The quill shaft passed through the hollow first motion shaft of the two-shaft gearbox which was based round an aluminium sandwich plate acting as a partition between front and rear magnesium gearcasings mounted aft of the final drive.

To eliminate churning losses dry sump lubrication was used. Each gear was lubricated by a jet mounted on the casing and fed from an external galllery. Pressure was supplied and the sump is scavenged by back-to-back pumps circulating oil from a tank mounted in front of the left-hand rear wing. Porsche practice times were not representative because the cars were new and they were there for testing, not lap record-breaking, so the fastest lap on the Saturday was by Stommelen in 3min 45.8sec; Linge's best was 4min 13.2sec.

Alpine V8 Entry



Renaults, or rather Alpine's, V8 was entered by Alpine themselves with a second car for Ecurie Savin Calberson. Gordini's V8 unit with a ZF gearbox fitted snugly into the previous year's Alpine chassis, and Mauro Bianchi put in many trouble-free fast laps. The engine applied liberal use of titanium for reciprocating parts. The same treatment had been given to the 1,296 c.c. engines which were basically half of the V8 so far as the cylinder heads and induction system are concerned. On the Saturday or practice Henry Grandsire was fourth fastest in 4min 25.1 sec with one of the previous year's Alpines using the new engine.

The John Willment Ford GT40



The John Willment Ford GT40 used the 4.7 litre Weslake engine and had lightweight body panels and ventilated disc brakes. Otherrwise it was as standard as most privately owned GT40s. Its best time of 3min 35.4sec raised the prospect that a GT40 would take out the event - which is exactly what happened. The introduction of the Ford chicane, which was universally regarded by the drivers as highly dangerous, not only meant that a new set of records needed to be applied, but it also put more emphasis on accelerative performance because it was located at the foot of the only incline on the circuit. That meant that large-engined cars like the Scuderia Filipinetti 7-litre Corvettes were given a slight advantage.

The Race Gets Underway



LES VINGT-Quatre Heures du Mans started at 3 pm in 1968, instead of the customary hour of 4 pm. The decision was taken in order to allow the race to adopt a pattern before darkness fell, as well as giving the drivers more daylight hours in which to settle down. However despite the earlier start time many commentators thought the Le Mans organizers should have cancelled the whole thing.

The race had to be postponed in the first place through the force majeure of the French political situation that existed in June. The difficulties of suddenly fitting this major race into an allready-crowded calendar were enormous, the race losing much of its impetus and atmosphere by being held so late in the season. Despite the organizers many changes in the rules and regulations designed, supposedly, to assist in improving the race safety, many considered that running the race in late September would find the drivers piloting their cars through dangerous overnight fog.

Treacherous Overnight Rain, But The GT40 Is All Conquering



While overnight rain made the track treacherous, it was arguably a better outcome than the potential of blinding dense fog. Race cars of the time were still mostly based on production road cars, but by the end of the 1960s, the Ford Motor Company would enter the picture with their GT40s, taking four straight wins before the era of production-based wins would come to a close.
Alpine Renault 3000
The Alpine Renault 3000 was only 37 inches high, and was the first serious French contendor since the Lago Talbots...
CLASS WINNERS
Index of Performance Jean-Claude Andruet / Jean-Pierre Nicolas Alpine Renault A210
Index of Thermal Efficiency Jean-Luc Thérier / Bernard Tramont Alpine Renault A210
Sport-Proto. 2501 - 3000cc Rolf Stommelen / Jochen Neerpasch Porsche 908
Sport-Proto. 2001 - 2500cc Dieter Spoerry / Rico Steinemann Porsche 907
Sport-Proto. 1601 - 2000cc Ignazio Giunti / Nanni Galli Alfa Romeo Tipo 33B/2
Sport-Proto. 1301 - 1600cc Alain LeGuellec / Alain Serpaggi Alpine Renault A210
Sport-Proto. 1001 - 1150cc Jean-Claude Andruet / Jean-Pierre Nicolas Alpine Renault A210
Sportscars Pedro Rodriguez / Lucien Bianchi Ford GT 40
GT Jean-Pierre Gaban / Roger Van der Schrick Porsche 911 T
Please Note: You can sort this listing by simply clicking on the column heading
Team / Entrant
Car - Engine
Driver, Nationality
1
1
9
John Wyer Automotive Engineering Ltd, GB
car_info_ford_gt40.php
Pedro Rodriguez, MEX
Lucien Bianchi, B/I
DNS Jacky Ickx, B
DNS Brian Redman, GB
4942
V8
S 5000
331
4452.880
-
2
2
66
Squadra Tartaruga, CH
Porsche 907 Lang Heck
Heinrich 'Rico' Steineman, CH
Dieter Spoerry, CH
2196
F8
P 3000
326
4378.720
-
3
3
33
Porsche System Engineering, D
Porsche 908
Jochen Neerpasch, D
Rolf Stommelen, D
DNS Herbert Linge, D
DNS Peter Falk
DNS Vic Elford, GB
2996
F8
P 3000
325
4366.220
-
4
4
39
Autodelta SpA., I
Alfa Romeo T33B/2
Ignazio Giunti, I
Giovanni 'Nanni' Galli, I
DNS Lucien Bianchi, I/B
DNS Teodoro Zeccoli, I
1996
V8
P 2000
322
4326.230
-
5
5
38
Autodelta SpA, I
Alfa Romeo T33B/2
Carlo Facetti, I
Spartaco Dini, I
DNS Udo Schütz, D
DNS Lucien Bianchi, B
1996
V8
P 2000
315
4231.910
-
6
6
40
Autodelta SpA, I
Alfa Romeo T33B/2
Mario Casoni, I
Giampiero Biscaldi, I
1996
V8
P 2000
305
4097.200
-
7
7
21
David Piper Racing, GB
Ferrari 250 LM
David Piper, GB
Richard Attwood, GB
3285
V12
S 5000
302
4060.390
-
8
8
30
Société des Automobiles Alpine, F
Alpine A220 - Renault
André de Cortanze, F
Jean Vinatier, F
DNS Mauro Bianchi, B
DNS Henri Grandsire, F
DNS Patrick Depailler, F
DNS Gérard Larrousse, F
DNS Jean Guichet, F
2996
V8
P 3000
297
3998.710
-
9
9
57
Ecurie Savin-Calberson, F
Alpine A210 - Renault R8G TwinCam
Alain LeGuellec, F
Alain Serpaggi, F
DNS Christian Ethuin, F
1470
L4
P 2000
289
3887.890
-
10
10
52
Société des Automobiles Alpine, F
Alpine A210 - Renault R8G
Jean-Luc Thérier, F
Bernard Tramont, F
DNS Gérard Larrousse, F
DNS Francois Cévert, F
DNS Trolle, F
DNS Roland Lefevre, F
1296
L4
P 1300
288
3866.380
-
11
11
53
Trophée Le Mans, F
Alpine A210 - Renault R8G
Christian Ethuin, F
Bob Wollek, F
DNS Roland Lefevre, F
1296
L4
P 1300
282
3789.790
-
12
12
43
Jean-Pierre Gaban, B
Porsche 911 T
Jean-Pierre Gaban, B
Roger van der Schrick, B
1991
F6
GT 2000
281
3783.850
-
13
13
64
Claude Laurent, F
Porsche 911 T
Claude Laurent, F
Jean-Claude Ogier, F
1991
F6
GT 2000
276
3710.940
-
14
14
55
Société des Automobiles Alpine, F
Alpine A210 - Renault R8G
Jean-Pierre Nicolas, F
Jean-Claude Andruet, F
1005
L4
P 1300
272
3658.800
-
15
15
50
Donald Healey Motor Co, GB
Austin-Healey Sprite
Roger Enever, GB
Alec Poole, GB
1293
L4
P 1300
255
3421.070
-
16
16
46
Ecurie Fiat-Abarth France, F
Fiat Dino
Marcel Martin, F
Jean Mésange, F
1986
V6
P 2000
253
-
17
NC
61
Ecurie Léopard, F
Alpine A110 - Renault R8G 1300
Jacques Bourdon, F
Maurice Nussbaumer, F
Michel Pouteaux, F
1255
L4
GT 1300
215
-
18
NC
51
Bernard Collomb, F
Alpine A110 Collomb - Renault R8G
Bernard Collomb, F
Francois Lacarreau, F
DNS Georges Heligoin, F
DNS Mauro Bianchi, B
DNS Bob Wollek, F
DNS Claude Buchet, F
DNS Manceau, F
DNS Pierre Maublanc, F
1289
L4
GT 1300
167
-
19
DNF
24
Equipe Matra Sports, F
Matra MS630
Johnny (Georges) Servoz-Gavin, F
Henri Pescarolo, F
2992
V12
P 2000
283
22h
Puncture, accident
20
DNF
27
Ecurie Savin-Calberson, F
Alpine A220 - Renault
Mauro Bianchi, B
Patrick Depailler, F
2996
V8
P 3000
257
22h
Brakes, accident, fire
21
DNF
45
Jean-Pierre Hanrioud, F
Porsche 910
Jean-Pierre Hanrioud, F
André Wicky, CH
1991
F6
P 2000
248
24h
Suspension, rockers
22
DNF
44
Auguste Veuillet, F
Porsche 911 T
Guy Chasseuil, F
Claude Ballot-Léna, F
DNS Robert Buchet, F
DNS Claude Laurent, F
DNS Philippe Farjon, F
1991
F6
GT 2000
224
24h
Engine
# 46 at test
23
DNF
20
Scuderia Filipinetti, CH
Ferrari 250 LM
Herbert Müller, CH
Jonathan Williams, GB
DNS Claude Haldi, CH
DNS Sylvain Garant, F
DNS Jacques Rey, CH
3298
V12
S 5000
212
18h
Rear wheel bearing
24
DNF
14
North American Racing Team, USA
Ferrari 250 LM
Masten Gregory, USA
Charlie Kolb, USA
3298
V12
S 5000
209
18h
Accident
25
DQ/
DNF
42
Christian Poirot, F
Porsche 906/6 Carrera 6
Christian Poirot, F
Pierre Maublanc, F
1991
F6
S 2000
202
19h
DQ: engine running at pit-stop
26
DNF
29
Société des Automobiles Alpine, F
Alpine A220 - Renault
Jean Guichet, F
Jean Pierre Jabouille, F
2996
V8
P 3000
185
16h
Electrical
27
DNF
4
Scuderia Filipinetti, CH
Chevrolet Corvette
Jean-Michel Giorgi, CH
Sylvain Garant, F
DNS Henri Greder, F
DNS Jean-Claude Killy, F
6996
V8
GT +2000
157
14h
Accident
28
DNF
41
Autodelta SpA, I
Alfa Romeo T33B/2
Nino Vaccarella, I
Giancarlo Baghetti, I
1996
V8
P 2000
150
12h
Fuel pump
29
DNF
35
Alex Soler-Roig, E
(Squadra Tartaruga, CH)
Porsche 907/8
Alex Soler-Roig, E
Rudi Lins, A
DNS Rolf Stommelen, D
DNS Pauli Toivonen, SF
2196
F8
P 3000
145
13h
Oil leak, camshaft
# 33 at test
30
DNF
6
Jackie Epstein, GB
Lola T70 Mk 3 - Chevrolet
Jackie Epstein, GB
Edward "Ed" Nelson, GB
4991
V8
S 5000
143
17h
Final drive, puncture
31
DNF
12
Strathaven Limited, GB
Ford GT40
Mike Salmon, GB
Eric Liddell, GB
4728
V8
S 5000
131
19h
Gearbox
32
DNF
34
Porsche System Engineering, D
Porsche 908
Joe Buzzetta, USA
Scooter Patrick, USA
DNS Peter Falk
DNS Gerhard Mitter, D
DNS Jo Siffert, CH
2996
F8
P 3000
115
9h
Alternator
33
DQ/
DNF
32
Porsche System Engineering, D
Porsche 908
Gerhard Mitter, D
Vic Elford, GB
DNS Peter Falk
DNS Hans Herrmann, D
DNS Rolf Stommelen, D
2996
F8
P 3000
111
9h
DQ: changing alternator
34
DNF
10
John Wyer Automotive Engineering Ltd, GB
Ford GT40
Paul Hawkins, AUS
David Hobbs, GB
DNS Jacky Ickx, B
4942
V8
S 5000
107
10h
Engine
35
DNF
37
Racing Team VDS, B
Alfa Romeo T33B/2
Teddy Pilette, B
Rob Slotemaker, NL
DNS Gustave 'Taf' Gosselin, B
DNS Serge Trosch, B
1996
V8
P 2000
104
9h
Driveshaft
36
DQ/
DNF
67
Philippe Farjon, F
Porsche 907/8
Robert Buchet, F
Herbert Linge, D
2196
F6
P 3000
102
9h
DQ:
changed starter
37
DNF
19
Paul Vestey, GB
Ferrari 250 LM
Paul Vestey, GB
Roy Pike, USA
3286
V12
S 5000
99
11h
Gearbox
38
DNF
22
Howmet Corporation, USA
Howmet TX Continental
Richard 'Dick' Thompson, USA
Ray Heppenstal, USA
DNS Michael Reed, USA
DNS Ed Lowther, USA
2958
(calc.)
turbin
P 3000
84
9h
Accident
39
DNF
17
Scuderia Filipinetti, CH
Ferrari 275 GTB/C
Jacques Rey, CH
Claude Haldi, CH
DNS Sylvain Garant, F
3286
V12
GT +2000
78
8h
Accident
40
DNF
56
Société des Automobiles Alpine, F
Alpine A210 - Renault R8G
Jean-Louis Marnat, F
Jean-Francois Gerbault, F
DNS Gérard Larrousse, F
DNS Jean-Claude Andruet, F
DNS Jean-Pierre Nicholas, F
DNS Philippe Vidal, F
1005
L4
P 1300
71
9h
Ignition
41
DQ/
DNF
23
Howmet Corporation, USA
Howmet TX Continental
Bob Tullius, USA
Hugh Dibley, GB
DNS Robert Johnson, USA
DNS Bruce Jennings, USA
2958
(calc.)
turbin
P 3000
60
9h
DQ: insufficient distance after 6h
42
DNF
28
Société des Automobiles Alpine, F
Alpine A220 - Renault
Henri Grandsire, F
Gérard Larrousse, F
2996
V8
P 3000
59
7h
Brakes, accident
43
DNF
31
Porsche System Engineering, D
Porsche 908
Jo Siffert, CH
Hans Herrmann, D
DNS Peter Falk
DNS Ludovico Scarfiotti, I
2996
F8
P 3000
59
5h
Clutch
44
DNF
36
North American Racing Team, USA
Ferrari Dino 206 S
Francois Chevalier, F
Bernard Lagier de Giuseppe, F
DNS Jean-Pierre Foisy, F
1986
V6
P 2000
54
7h
Engine
45
DNF
3
Scuderia Filipinetti, CH
Chevrolet Corvette
Umberto Maglioli, I
Henri Greder, F
DNS Jean-Claude Killy, F
DNS Jonathan Williams, GB
DNS Lucien Bianchi, B
6996
V8
GT +2000
53
6h
Head gasket
46
DQ/
DNF
7
Sportscars Unlimited, CH
Lola T70 Mk3 - Chevrolet
Ulf Norinder, S
Sten Axelsson, S
DNS Jo Bonnier, S
DNS Yngve Rosqvist, S
4991
V8
S 5000
47
5h
Disqualified:
Refuelling
47
DNF
49
Chris J. Lawrence, GB
Deep Sanderson 302 - Ford
Chris Lawrence, GB
John Wingfield, GB
DNS John Jeremy Miles, GB
DNS Andrew M. Page, GB
DNS Nicholas Granville-Smith, GB
DNS Chris Spender, GB
1598
L4
P 2000
35
6h
Fuel injection
48
DNF
60
Wicky Racing Team, CH
Porsche 911 T
Willy Meier, D
Baron Jean de Mortemart, F
DNS Regis Fraissinet, F
1991
F6
GT 2000
30
3h
Accident
49
DNF
25
John Woolfe Racing, GB
Chevron B12 - Repco 640
John Woolfe, GB
Digby Martland, GB (DND)
DNS Peter (Piet) de Klerk, ZA
2996
V8
P 3000
27
3h
Head gasket
50
DNF
47
Donald Healey Motor Co, GB
Healey SR - Coventry Climax
Clive Baker, GB
Andrew Hedges, GB (DND)
1968
V8
P 2000
20
3h
Clutch
51
DNF
11
John Wyer Automotive Engineering Ltd, GB
Ford GT40
Brian Muir, AUS
Jackie Oliver, GB
DNS Derek Bell, GB
DNS Robin Widdows, GB
4942
V8
S 5000
15
5h
Clutch, accident
52
DNF
65
Racing Team VDS, B
Alfa Romeo T33B/2
Serge Trosch, B
Karl Freiherr von Wendt, D (DND)
DNS Gustave 'Taf' Gosselin, B
DNS Teddy Pilette, B
1997
V8
P 2000
7
2h
Engine, con rod
53
DNF
54
André Moynet, F
Moynet XS - Simca
"Jean Max" (Max Jean), F
René Ligonnet, F (DND)
1204
L4
P 1300
6
3h
Oil pump
54
DNF
8
Claude Dubois, B
Ford GT40
Willy Mairesse, B
"Jean Beurlys" (Jean Blaton), B (DND)
DNS Hughes de Fierlandt, B
4728
V8
S 5000
0
1h
Accident
55
DNQ
63
Hubert Giraud, F
Hrubon 1300 - Renault
Philippe Marchesi, F
Patrick Champin, F
DNS Jean Rives, F
DNS Jean-Pierre Jabouille, F
1296
L4
P 1300
-
-
56
DNQ
48
Marcos Racing Ltd, GB
Marcos 1800 GT - Volvo
Jem Marsh, GB
John Quick, GB
Peter Taggart, GB
1800
L4
P 2000
-
-
57
DNS
15
North American Racing Team, USA
Ferrari 275 GTB/2
Bob Grossman, USA
Edgar Berney, CH
3286
V12
GT +2000
-
WD / DQ:
illegal wheel
58
DNS
5
Scuderia S:t Ambroeus, I
Iso Rivolta - Chevrolet
Giorgio Pianta, I
Enrico Pinto, I
5354
V8
GT +2000
-
Accident in practice
59
DNA
59
Equipe Matra Sports, F
Matra MS630
Jean-Pierre Beltoise, F
-
2992
V12
P
-
-
60
DNA
28
Scuderia Serenissima, I
Serenissima Mk 168 - ATS V8
Jonathan Williams, GB
-
3000
V8
P 3000
-
-
61
DNA
58
Ben Pon, NL
Porsche 910
Ben Pon, NL
Gijs van Lennep, NL
1991
F6
P 2000
-
Reserve entry
62
DNA
15
North American Racing Team, USA
Ferrari
-
-
4000
V12
S
-
-
63
DNA
16
North American Racing Team, USA
Ferrari
-
-
4000
V12
S 5000
-
-
64
DNA
62
André Moynet, F
Moynet XS 1200 - Simca
-
-
1200
4
P 1300
-
Reserve entry
65
DNA
1
Sunray DX Oil Co, USA
Chevrolet Corvette
-
-
6996
V8
GT +2000
-
-
66
DNA
2
Sunray DX Oil Co, USA
Chevrolet Corvette
-
-
6996
V8
GT +2000
-
-
67
DNA
Société des Automobiles Alpine, F
Alpine A210 - Renault R8G
-
-
1296
L4
P
-
-
68
DNA
Société des Automobiles Alpine, F
Alpine A210 - Renault R8G
-
-
1005
L4
P
-
-
69
DNA
Ecurie Savin-Calberson, F
Alpine A210 - Renault R8G Twin-Cam
Christian Ethuin, F
-
1470
L4
P
-
-
70
DNA
Joakim Bonnier Racing Team, CH
Lola T70 Mk 3 - Chevrolet
-
-
4991
V8
S
-
-
71
DNA
7
American International Racing, USA
(James Garner, USA)
Lola T70 Mk 3 - Chevrolet
-
-
4991
V8
S 5000
-
-
72
DNA
8
American International Racing, USA
(James Garner, USA)
Lola T70 Mk 3 - Chevrolet
-
-
4991
V8
S 5000
-
-
73
DNA
Scuderia Filipinetti, CH
Ferrari 250 LM
-
-
2953
V12
S
-
-
74
DNA
Société des Automobiles Alpine, F
Alpine A220 - Renault
Mauro Bianchi, B
Roger Delageneste, F
Patrick Depailler, F
2996
V8
P
-
-
75
DNA
Sylvain Garant, F
(Scuderia Filipinetti, CH)
Ferrari 275 GTB/C
Sylvain Garant, F
-
3286
V12
GT
-
-
76
DNA
Jacques Bourdon, F
Alpine A210 - Renault
-
-
-
L4
P
-
-
77
DNA

Porsche 911 R
Robert Buchet, F
-
-
F6
-
-
-
78
DNA
26
Marcos Racing Ltd, GB
Marcos Mantis - BRM
Robin Widdows, GB
Hugh Dibley, GB
-
V8
P 3000
-
-
79
DNA
3
Piggins Chevrolet,
Chevrolet Corvette
-
-
6996
V8
GT +2000
-
Entry not accepted
80
DNA
4
Piggins Chevrolet,
Chevrolet Corvette
-
-
6996
V8
GT +2000
-
Entry not accepted
81
DNA
5
Ecurie Luxembourg, LUX
Chevrolet Corvette
Chris Tuerlinx, B
Nicolas Koob, LUX
6996
V8
GT 5000
-
-
82
DNA
7
Scuderia Filipinetti, CH
Chevrolet Corvette
Herbert Müller, CH
Jean Guichet, F
6996
V8
GT +2000
-
Entry not accepted
83
DNA
12
American National Racing, USA
(James Garner, USA)
Lola T70 Mk 3 - Chevrolet
-
-
4991
V8
S 5000
-
Entry not accepted
84
DNA
16
Terry J. Drury, GB
Ford GT40
Terry J. Drury, GB
Keith Holland, GB
4728
V8
S 5000
-
Entry not accepted
85
DNA
16
Ecurie Intersport SA, F
Ford GT40
Guy Ligier, F
Jo Schlesser, F
4728
V8
S 5000
-
-
86
DNA
19
Bill Harrah, USA
Ferrari
-
-
-
V12
S 5000
-
-
87
DNA
20
Bill Harrah, USA
Ferrari
-
-
-
V12
S 5000
-
-
88
DNA
22
Alain de Cadenet, GB
Ford GT40
Alain de Cadenet, GB
-
4728
V8
S 5000
-
-
89
DNA
22
Edgar Berney, CH
Ferrari 250 LM
Edgar Berney, CH
Francisco de Heredia
3286
V12
S 5000
-
-
90
DNA
29
Cox Kocher, CH
Ferrari 250 LM
Cox Kocher, CH
Pierre Sudan, CH
3286
V12
S 5000
-
Entry not accepted
91
DNA
32
Paul Vestey, GB
Ferrari 250 LM
-
-
3286
V12
S 5000
-
Entry not accepted
92
DNA
37
Alain de Cadenet, GB
Scodec- Diva Martin Valkyrie
Tommy Weber, GB
Rollo Fielding (Earl of Denbigh), GB
3000
-
P 3000
-
Entry not accepted
93
DNA
50
John Wagstaff, GB
Lotus Mk 47 Europa (Ford/Renault/Climax ?)
John Wagstaff, GB
David Preston, GB
-
L4
S 2000
-
-
94
DNA
51
Teodore Zeccoli, I
Alfa Romeo T33/2
Teodoro Zeccoli, I
-
1996
V8
P 2000
-
Entry not accepted
95
DNA
56
Patrice Sanson, F
Porsche 911
Patrice Sanson, F
Roland Lefevre, F
1991
F6
GT 2000
-
Entry not accepted
96
DNA
57
Björn Waldegård, S
Porsche 911
Björn Waldegård, S
Sten Axelsson, S
1991
F6
GT 2000
-
Entry not accepted
97
DNA
65
Michael d'Udy, GB
Porsche 906
Mike d'Udy, GB
Hugh Dibley, GB
1991
F6
S 2000
-
Entry not accepted
98
DNA
69
Bam-Bam Racing Team, S
Ferrari Dino 206
Hans 'Hasse' Wängstre, S
Evert Christoffersson, S
1986
V6
P 2000
-
Entry not accepted
99
DNA
72
Alain de Cadenet, GB
Scodec-Diva Martin Valkyrie
Tony Beeson, GB
Mario Araujo Cabral, P
3000
-
P 3000
-
Entry not accepted
100
DNA
73
Mark Konig, GB
Nomad Mk 1 - Ford
Mark Konig, GB
Tony Lanfranchi, GB
-
L4
P 2000
-
Entry not accepted
101
DNA
76
Peter Clarke, GB
Emeron - Ford
Peter Clarke, GB
Lance Webber, GB
-
L4
P 2000
-
Entry not accepted
102
DNA
77
Varicam Racing, GB
Costin-Nathan GT - Ford
Mike Coles, GB
-
1300
L4
P 1300
-
Entry not accepted
103
DNA
79
Bernard Collomb, F
Alpine A110 - Renault
Alain Finkelstein, F
Claude Henry, F
-
L4
GT 1300
-
Entry not accepted
104
DNA
82
Concorde, GB
Piper GT - Ford
Tim Lalonde, GB
Roger Sparkes, GB
1300
L4
P 1300
-
Entry not accepted
105
DNA
86
Jean-Pierre Remusat, F
Alpine A110 - Renault
Francois Chevalier, F
P. Rand
-
L4
P 1300
-
Entry not accepted
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