No Artist - MOTOR RACING: LE MANS album flac
- Album: MOTOR RACING: LE MANS
- FLAC: 1667 mb | MP3: 1327 mb
- Style: Special Effects
- Rating: 4.7/5
- Votes: 843
- Format: MP2 TTA FLAC AC3 ASF AAC AIFF
|A1||Activity in pits; cars passing||4:00|
|A2||Cars entering Mulsanne Corner||2:00|
|B1||Cars leaving Mulsanne Corner||2:00|
|B2||End of race; applause, etc.||4:00|
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A, Stamped): 7FRM 117352
- Matrix / Runout (Side B, Stamped): 7FRM 117353
This sporting tragedy is the most catastrophic accident in motor racing history
The 1950 24 Hours of Le Mans was the 18th Grand Prix of Endurance, and took place on 24 and 25 June 1950. It was won by the French father-and-son pairing of Louis and Jean-Louis Rosier driving a privately entered Talbot-Lago. The revival of motor-racing post-war was now in full swing – the FIA had published its new rules for single-seater racing and inaugurated the new Formula 1 World Championship. Its Appendix C addressed two-seater sportscar racing, giving some definition for racing prototypes
Places Le Mans, France Automotive, aircraft & boatVehicle parts store Le Mans Auto Racing. English (UK) · Русский · Українська · Suomi · Español. First time in my life to a motor race and I love every minute azing noise on the track, the crazy fans, the shops and of course race day when we were lucky with the weather.
The 1955 Le Mans disaster occurred during the 24 Hours of Le Mans motor race at Circuit de la Sarthe in Le Mans, France on 11 June 1955. A major crash caused large fragments of debris to fly into the crowd, killing 83 spectators and French driver Pierre Bouillin (who raced under the name Pierre Levegh) and injuring nearly 180 more. It was the most catastrophic crash in motorsport history, and it prompted Mercedes-Benz to retire from motor racing until 1989.
Women who raced motor cars between the 1920s and the 1950s. Later became MG Works driver and raced at Brooklands and Le Mans in 1935. women motor racing car drivers. Brooklands, and the Amazing Women Racing Drivers of the 1930s. V12 Engine Wooden Blocks Vintage Race Car Vintage Auto Classic Motors Classic Cars Old Race Cars Pedal Cars Delage. Kay Petre poses with her V12 Delage, July 1937.
Toyota saw their first ever victory at Le Mans cruelly snatched away from them on the final lap after 24 hours of gruelling, sleepless work unravelled in the space of a few seconds. Since hitting the front on Sunday morning, the No 5 Toyota of Anthony Davidson, Kazuki Nakajima and Sebastien Buemi proved untouchable, and they looked nailed on to take the Japanese manufacturer’s. Both of the Rebellions would hit trouble that would wreck their race, while the JOTA Sport/G Drive Racing No 38 of Jake Dennis, Simon Dolan and Giedo van der Garde was hit by the No 98 Aston Martin and forced into the Ford Chicane barrier, ending their race prematurely once they limped back to the pits. Stephane Sarrazin emerged from the night in the lead in the Toyota No 6 (Getty).
G-Drive Racing's new recruit Job van Uitert continued to impress the endurance racing paddock despite his team's late heartbreak at the Le Mans 24 Hours last weekend. Max Verstappen wants to race in the Le Mans 24 Hours with his father Jos and thinks it is possible to contest the event while still racing in F1. Jun 20, 2019.
57,087 photos Detailed view. Start: Toyota Gazoo Racing Toyota TS050: Mike Conway, Kamui Kobayashi, Jose Maria Lopez, Toyota Gazoo Racing Toyota TS050: Sébastien Buemi, Kazuki Nakajima, Fernando Alonso. Circuit de la Sarthe, France June 15, 2019. Jean-Pierre Nicolas, Jean-Luc Thèrier, Sociètè des Automobiles Alpine, Alpine A220/68 - Renault Gordini leads Teodoro Zeccoli, Sam Posey, North American Racing Team, Ferrari 250 LM. Circuit de la Sarthe, France June 15, 1969.
Le Mans is the most grueling test of man and machine on earth. But it’s also a spectacle. Nowhere else will you find such beautiful machines traveling so fast. The deadliest accident in motor racing history occurred at Le Mans in 1955, with somewhere around 85 spectators killed (there has never been a definitive number). Bizarre but true: The Jag D-Type won that race set an all-time speed record over 24 hours. One could argue that this race, the death toll aside, was the most beautiful ever at Le Mans, with the D-Type competing against the Mercedes-Benz 300 SLR, a host of red hot Ferraris, and Aston Martin’s DB3. But the Jag takes this race-in both beauty and speed. It had a shark-like dorsal fin on the rear deck and gorgeous feminine curves over.
For many, Le Mans is THE race of the year to watch. Twenty-four hours of grueling driving, putting strain on car, driver and pit crew alike. Any automaker can develop a vehicle that goes incredibly fast in short sprints. The first 24 hour competition at Le Mans took place on May 26-27, 1923 on roads surrounding the town. Originally intended as a three-year event, this idea was ditched in 1928, and winners were awarded for individual years. The first decade-and-a-half was dominated by Bentley (Six and 3-Liter) and Alfa Romeo (8C 2300), with Bugatti hot on their heels. Innovation for All There are three major areas of innovation that Le Mans racing has helped develop; braking, engines, and aerodynamics. The latter due to the high speeds achieved on the Mulsanne Straight.