The 1953 Le Mans winning Jaguar C-Type
From 1947-1957 Duncan was one of Britain's celebrated racing drivers. He
drove Formula One and Two Grand Prix cars from Lago-Talbot, Maserati, HWM
and Gordini, plus works team sports cars for both Jaguar and Ferrari. He
won two legendary endurance races -- the 1953 Le Mans 24 Hours and the 1954
Reims 12 Hours.
75 YEARS OF JAGUAR HISTORY BROUGHT TO LIFE
The 23rd September 2010 marks the 75th anniversary of the Jaguar marque.
To mark the occasion, a group of 75 individually-numbered, iconic Jaguars
from across the years will make a two-day journey from Coventry to
Goodwood. This exclusive celebration drive, starting in Coventry at 10.30am
on Friday 17th September, will take in London's May Fair hotel -- site of
the original Jaguar model launch in 1935 -- and finish at the UK's largest
heritage motor festival, the Goodwood Revival on Saturday 18th
Jaguar motorsport from the 40s to the 90s
A compilation of film clips charting Jaguar's competition history from the
late 1940s with the XK 120 through to the 1990s with the XJR-14, including
the seven Le Mans 24 hours victories and three World Sportscar
XJ220 GT WIN AT LE MANS, 1993, COULTHARD, BRABHAM, NIELSEN
Footage from the 1993 Le Mans 24 hours, focusing on the Jaguar XJ220 entry.
Find original press coverage here:
Jaguar won the GT class with car number 50, driven by David Coulthard,
David Brabham and John Nielsen. Footage includes racing action and
interviews with the drivers and pit-crew as the 24 hours unfolds.
As (bad) luck would have it, Jaguar committed a procedural error relating
to the use of catalytic converters and were actually disqualified months
after the event.
Alfa Romeo 6C/3000 CM Le Mans 1953
Alfa Romeo 6C/3000 CM (Competizione Maggiorata) Le Mans 1953. Drivers Juan
Manuel Fangio and Onofre Marimón / Consalvo Sanesi, Piero Carini.
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