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  • 1000 Kilometers Zeltweg

    1000 Kilometers Zeltweg

    Track action scene, Car Number 7, a Porsche Carrera RSR Turbo, (Gijs Van Lennep and Herbert Müller, co-drivers).

  • 1000 Miles of Brazil

    1000 Miles of Brazil

    Track action scene, left to right: Car Number 65, a Porsche 910, (Mário Olivetti and José Moraes, co-drivers), Car Number 26, a Furia-Alfa Romeo 1600, (Jaime Silva and Ugo Galina, co-drivers).

  • 12 Hours of Sebring

    12 Hours of Sebring

    Number 48, a Fabcar CL co-driven by Chip Mead, Lorenzo Lamas and Tim McAdam, caught fire at the end of pit lane and did not finish.

  • 12 Hours of Sebring

    12 Hours of Sebring

    Number 7, a Porsche 935 co-driven by Ludwig Heimrath and Norm Ridgely at the 12 Hours of Sebring on March 18.1978, did not finish (engine).

  • 12 Hours of Sebring

    12 Hours of Sebring

    Number 48, a Fabcar CL co-driven by Chip Mead, Lorenzo Lamas and Tim McAdam, caught fire at the end of pit lane and did not finish.

  • 12 Hours of Sebring

    12 Hours of Sebring

    Pre-race grid scene, left to right: Car Number 40, a Porsche 906 LH, (Rico Steinemann and Dieter Spoerry, co-drivers), Car Number 42, a Porsche 906 E, (John Cannon and Ed Hugus, co-drivers), Car Number 39, a Porsche 906 E, (Udo Schütz, Gijs van Lennep, and Rolf Stommelen, co-drivers).

  • 12 Hours of Sebring

    12 Hours of Sebring

    Pit scene, Car Number 42, a Porsche 906 E, (John Cannon and Ed Hugus, co-drivers).

  • 12 Hours of Sebring

    12 Hours of Sebring

    Pre-race scene, downtown Sebring technical inspection, Car Number 42, a Porsche 906 E, (John Cannon and Ed Hugus, co-drivers).

  • 12 Hours of Sebring

    12 Hours of Sebring

    Number 59, a Porsche 911 Turbo S LM, co-driven by Walter Röhrl, Hans-Joachim Stuck and Hurley Haywood, finished seventh overall and first in the INV GT class at the 12 Hours of Sebring on March 20, 1993.

  • 12 Hours of Sebring

    12 Hours of Sebring

    Number 6, a Porsche 962 C, # 146, co-driven by Bob Wollek, Bernd Schneider and Massimo Sigala, finished third.

  • 12 Hours of Sebring

    12 Hours of Sebring

    Number 59, a Porsche 911 Turbo S LM, co-driven by Walter Röhrl, Hans-Joachim Stuck and Hurley Haywood, finished seventh overall and first in the INV GT class at the 12 Hours of Sebring on March 20, 1993.

  • 12 Hours of Sebring

    12 Hours of Sebring

    Number 48, a Fabcar CL co-driven by Chip Mead, Lorenzo Lamas and Tim McAdam, caught fire at the end of pit lane and did not finish.

  • 12 Hours of Sebring

    12 Hours of Sebring

    Pre-race scene, downtown Sebring technical inspection, Car Number 44, a Porsche 906 E, (Charlie Kolb, Fred Baker, and Lee Cutler, co-drivers).

  • 12 Hours of Sebring

    12 Hours of Sebring

    Number 59, a Porsche 911 Turbo S LM, co-driven by Walter Röhrl, Hans-Joachim Stuck and Hurley Haywood, finished seventh overall and first in the INV GT class at the 12 Hours of Sebring on March 20, 1993.

  • 12 Hours of Sebring

    12 Hours of Sebring

    Car number 59, a Porsche 911 Turbo S LM co-driven by Walter Rohrl, Hans-Joachim Stuck and Hurley Haywood, finished 7th in the Twelve Hours of Sebring on March 18, 1993.

  • 12 Hours of Sebring

    12 Hours of Sebring

    Number 59, a Porsche 911 Turbo S LM, co-driven by Walter Röhrl, Hans-Joachim Stuck and Hurley Haywood, finished seventh overall and first in the INV GT class at the 12 Hours of Sebring on March 20, 1993.

  • 12 Hours of Sebring

    12 Hours of Sebring

    Number 48, a Fabcar CL co-driven by Chip Mead, Lorenzo Lamas and Tim McAdam, caught fire at the end of pit lane and did not finish.

  • 12 Hours of Sebring

    12 Hours of Sebring

    Track action scene, left to right: Car Number 1, a Ford GT40 Mk IV, (Bruce McLaren and Mario Andretti, co-drivers), Car Number 40, a Porsche 906 LH, (Rico Steinemann and Dieter Spoerry, co-drivers).

  • 12 Hours of Sebring

    12 Hours of Sebring

    Number 48, a Fabcar CL co-driven by Chip Mead, Lorenzo Lamas and Tim McAdam, caught fire at the end of pit lane and did not finish.

  • 12 Hours of Sebring

    12 Hours of Sebring

    Danny Ongais, facing camera, Ted Field, back to camera, and Hurley Haywood co-drove number 0, a Porsche 935/5, to fifth place at the 12 Hours of Sebring on March 19, 1977.

  • 12 Hours of Sebring

    12 Hours of Sebring

    Number 59, a Porsche 911 Turbo S LM, co-driven by Walter Röhrl, Hans-Joachim Stuck and Hurley Haywood, finished seventh overall and first in the INV GT class at the 12 Hours of Sebring on March 20, 1993.

  • 12 Hours of Sebring

    12 Hours of Sebring

    Number 48, a Fabcar CL co-driven by Chip Mead, Lorenzo Lamas and Tim McAdam, caught fire at the end of pit lane and did not finish.

  • 12 Hours of Sebring

    12 Hours of Sebring

    Number 59, a Porsche 911 Turbo S LM, co-driven by Walter Röhrl, Hans-Joachim Stuck and Hurley Haywood, finished seventh overall and first in the INV GT class at the 12 Hours of Sebring on March 20, 1993.

  • 12 Hours of Sebring

    12 Hours of Sebring

    Track action scene, left to right: Car Number 42, a Porsche 906 E, (John Cannon and Ed Hugus, co-drivers), Car Number 45, a Porsche 911 S, (Jack Ryan and Bill Bencker, co-drivers).

  • 12 Hours of Sebring

    12 Hours of Sebring

    Number 48, a Fabcar CL co-driven by Chip Mead, Lorenzo Lamas and Tim McAdam, caught fire at the end of pit lane and did not finish.

  • 12 Hours of Sebring

    12 Hours of Sebring

    Number 48, a Fabcar CL co-driven by Chip Mead, Lorenzo Lamas and Tim McAdam, caught fire at the end of pit lane and did not finish.

  • 12 Hours of Sebring

    12 Hours of Sebring

    Number 48, a Fabcar CL co-driven by Chip Mead, Lorenzo Lamas and Tim McAdam, caught fire at the end of pit lane and did not finish.

  • 12 Hours of Sebring

    12 Hours of Sebring

    Number 48, a Fabcar CL co-driven by Chip Mead, Lorenzo Lamas and Tim McAdam, caught fire at the end of pit lane and did not finish.

  • 12 Hours of Sebring

    12 Hours of Sebring

    Car number 30, a Porsche 911 Carrera RSR co- driven by George Dyer and Brad Frisselle, was the winner in the 12 Hours of Sebring on March 19, 1977.

  • 12 Hours of Sebring

    12 Hours of Sebring

    Track action scene, right to left: Car Number 19, a Ford GT40, (Nino Vaccarella and Umberto Maglioli, co-drivers), Car Number 30, an MG MGB GT, (Paddy Hopkirk and Andrew Hedges, co-drivers), Car Number 20, a Ferrari 365 P2/3, (David Piper and Richard Attwood, co-drivers), Car Number 42, a Porsche 906 E, (John Cannon and Ed Hugus, co-drivers).

  • 12 Hours of Sebring

    12 Hours of Sebring

    Number 48, a Fabcar CL co-driven by Chip Mead, Lorenzo Lamas and Tim McAdam, caught fire at the end of pit lane and did not finish.

  • 12 Hours of Sebring

    12 Hours of Sebring

    Track action scene, Car Number 00, a Porsche 935 K3/80, (Ted Field and Danny Ongais, co-drivers).

  • 12 Hours of Sebring

    12 Hours of Sebring

    Number 48, a Fabcar CL co-driven by Chip Mead, Lorenzo Lamas and Tim McAdam, caught fire at the end of pit lane and did not finish.

  • 12 Hours of Sebring

    12 Hours of Sebring

    Number 48, a Fabcar CL co-driven by Chip Mead, Lorenzo Lamas and Tim McAdam, caught fire at the end of pit lane and did not finish.

  • 12 Hours of Sebring

    12 Hours of Sebring

    Number 48, a Fabcar CL co-driven by Chip Mead, Lorenzo Lamas and Tim McAdam, caught fire at the end of pit lane and did not finish.

  • 12 Hours of Sebring

    12 Hours of Sebring

    Track action scene, Car Number 42, a Porsche 906 E, (John Cannon and Ed Hugus, co-drivers).

  • 12 Hours of Sebring

    12 Hours of Sebring

    Pit scene, (Car Number 42), a Porsche 906 E, (John Cannon and Ed Hugus, co-drivers).

  • 12 Hours of Sebring

    12 Hours of Sebring

    Number 48, a Fabcar CL co-driven by Chip Mead, Lorenzo Lamas and Tim McAdam, caught fire at the end of pit lane and did not finish.

  • 24 Hours of Daytona

    24 Hours of Daytona

    Track action scene, left to right: Car Number 97, a Lancia Fulvia Sport, (Claudio Maglioli and Raffaele Pinto, co-drivers), Car Number 73, a Porsche 911, (Fred Opert and Paul Sanford, co-drivers).

  • 24 Hours of Daytona

    24 Hours of Daytona

    Track action scene, Car Number 61, Porsche 910 (Masten Gregory and Richard Broström, co-drivers).

  • 24 Hours of Daytona

    24 Hours of Daytona

    Track action scene, right to left: Car Number 6, a Ferrari 512 M, (Mark Donohue and David Hobbs, co-drivers), Mark Donohue, driver (helmet, seated), Car Number 59, a Porsche 914/6, (Peter Gregg and Hurley Haywood, co-drivers).

  • 24 Hours of Daytona

    24 Hours of Daytona

    Pit scene, (Car Number 00), a Porsche 962C, Mario Andretti, co-driver (race suit, kneeling).

  • 24 Hours of Daytona

    24 Hours of Daytona

    Post-race celebration, left to right: Reinhold Jöst, team principal (coverall, right hand at head), Henri Pescarolo, driver (race suit, right hand holding flag), Hurley Haywood, driver (race suit, right hand gripping flag), Union 76 Race Stopper, promotions model, Bob Wollek, driver (race suit, left hand holding flag), Frank Jelinski, driver (race suit, left hand in pocket), Louis Krages aka "John Winter", driver (race suit, left hand behind back).

  • 24 Hours of Daytona

    24 Hours of Daytona

    Pit scene, Car Number 00, a Porsche 935/77A, (Preston Henn, Ted Field, and Danny Ongais, co-drivers). Left to right: Hurley Haywood, driver (race suit, right hand raised, standing), Danny Ongais, driver (race suit, left hand on hip, standing).

  • 24 Hours of Daytona

    24 Hours of Daytona

    Track action scene, right to left: Car Number 40, a Ferrari Dino 206 S, (Charlie Kolb and Giampiero Biscaldi, co-drivers), (Car Number 21), a Porsche 911, (Jim Netterstrom and John Kelly, co-drivers), Car Number 60, a Lola T70 Mk.3B, (Ulf Norinder and Jo Bonnier, co-drivers).

  • 24 Hours of Daytona

    24 Hours of Daytona

    Track action scene, right to left: Car Number 40, a Ferrari Dino 206 S, (Charlie Kolb and Giampiero Biscaldi, co-drivers), Car Number 59, a Porsche 911, (Peter Gregg and Sten Axelsson, co-drivers).

  • 24 Hours of Daytona

    24 Hours of Daytona

    Track action scene, left to right: Car Number 40, a Ferrari Dino 206 S, (Charlie Kolb and Giampiero Biscaldi, co-drivers), (Car Number 73), a Porsche 911, (Fred Opert and Paul Sanford, co-drivers).

  • 24 Hours of Le Mans

    24 Hours of Le Mans

    Track action scene, left to right: Car Number 41, a Porsche 911 S, (Willy Braillard and Jean-Pierre Gaban, co-drivers), Car Number 11, a Ferrari 512 M, (Mark Donohue and David Hobbs, co-drivers), Mark Donohue, driver (helmet, seated).

  • 24 Hours of Le Mans

    24 Hours of Le Mans

    Track action scene, right to left: Car Number 22, a Ferrari 275 P2, (Lorenzo Bandini and Giampiero Biscaldi, co-drivers), Car Number 32, a Porsche 904 /6, (Herbert Linge and Peter Nöcker, co-drivers).

  • 24 Hours of Le Mans

    24 Hours of Le Mans

    Track action scene, right to left: Car Number 14, a Ferrari 512 S, (Jo Bonnier and Reine Wisell, co-drivers), Car Number 7, a Ferrari 512 S, (Derek Bell and Ronnie Peterson, co-drivers), Car Number 64, a Porsche 911 S, (Jean Sage and Pierre Greub, co-drivers).