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  • 12 Hours of Reims

    12 Hours of Reims

    Alpine-Renault M64 driven by Mauro Bianchi and Jean Vinatier.

  • 12 Hours of Reims

    12 Hours of Reims

    Alpine-Renault M64 driven by Mauro Bianchi and Jean Vinatier.

  • 12 Hours of Reims International

    12 Hours of Reims International

    Alpine-Renault M64 driven by Philippe Vidal and Mauro Bianchi.

  • 12 Hours of Reims International

    12 Hours of Reims International

    Car number 17, Philippe Vidal and Mauro Bianchi Alpine-Renault M64.

  • 12 Hours of Sebring

    12 Hours of Sebring

    Car number 81, a Ferrari 275 P, driven by Willy Mairesse and Mauro Bianchi.

  • 12 Hours of Sebring

    12 Hours of Sebring

    Car number 81, a Ferrari 275 P, driven by Willy Mairesse and Mauro Bianchi.

  • 12 Hours of Sebring

    12 Hours of Sebring

    The Ferrari 275 P chassis 0816, number 81, of Willy Mairesse and Mauro Bianchi.

  • 12 Hours of Sebring

    12 Hours of Sebring

    Car number 81, a Ferrari 275 P, driven by Willy Mairesse and Mauro Bianchi.

  • 12 Hours of Sebring

    12 Hours of Sebring

    Car number 81, a Ferrari 275 P, driven by Willy Mairesse and Mauro Bianchi.

  • 12 Hours of Sebring

    12 Hours of Sebring

    Car number 27, a Ferrari 330 LMB, driven by Charlie Kolb and Charlie Rainville. Car number 68, an Alpine M63, driven by Mauro Bianchi and Jose Rosinski.

  • 12 Hours of Sebring

    12 Hours of Sebring

    The Ferrari 275 P chassis 0816, number 81, of Willy Mairesse and Mauro Bianchi, in the pits.

  • 12 Hours of Sebring

    12 Hours of Sebring

    Car number 81, a Ferrari 275 P, driven by Willy Mairesse and Mauro Bianchi.

  • 12 Hours of Sebring

    12 Hours of Sebring

    The Ferrari 275 P chassis 0816, number 81, of Willy Mairesse and Mauro Bianchi.

  • 12 Hours of Sebring

    12 Hours of Sebring

    Car number 81, a Ferrari 275 P, driven by Willy Mairesse and Mauro Bianchi.

  • 12 Hours of Sebring

    12 Hours of Sebring

    Car number 68, an Alpine M63, driven by Mauro Bianchi and Jose Rosinski.

  • 12 Hours of Sebring
  • 24 Hours of Le Mans

    24 Hours of Le Mans

    The Ferrari 330 P3/4 chassis 0846, number 20, of Chris Amon and Nino Vaccarella, leading the Alpine A210 chassis 1726, number 45, of Jean Vinatier and Mauro Bianchi.

  • 24 Hours of Le Mans

    24 Hours of Le Mans

    Track action scene, right to left: (Car Number 7), a Ford GT40 Mk II, (Graham Hill and Brian Muir, co-drivers), Car Number 46, an Alpine A210, (Jean Vinatier and Mauro Bianchi, co-drivers).

  • 24 Hours of Le Mans

    24 Hours of Le Mans

    The Austin-Healey Sprite, number 50, of Roger Enever and Alec Poole, navigates the smoke and debris from the Alpine A220, number 27, of Mauro Bianchi and Patrick Depailler, which has crashed into the bank and is now on fire.

  • 24 Hours of Le Mans

    24 Hours of Le Mans

    Fiat-Abarth 700S driven by Herbert Demetz and Mauro Bianchi at speed on the Mulsanne Straight passing Les Hunaudieres.

  • 24 Hours of Le Mans

    24 Hours of Le Mans

    The Fiat-Abarth 700 S, number 52, of Herbert Demetz and Mauro Bianchi.

  • 24 Hours of Le Mans

    24 Hours of Le Mans

    The Alpine A 220, number 27, of Mauro Bianchi and Patrick Depailler after hitting the bank and catching fire.

  • 3 Hours of Sebring

    3 Hours of Sebring

    Car number 18, race winner Hans Herrmann in works Fiat-Abarth 1000 Coupe in formation with car number 19, Mauro Bianchi in team sister works Fiat-Abarth 1000 Coupe, finished second.

  • 3 Hours of Sebring

    3 Hours of Sebring

    Car number 19, second placed Mauro Bianchi in works Fiat-Abarth 1000 Coupe.

  • Abarth-Simca 1300 Bialbero

    Abarth-Simca 1300 Bialbero

    Interior scene, Car Number 125, an Abarth-Simca 1300 Bialbero, (Mauro Bianchi and Pascal Ickx, co-drivers), Tour de France post-race, accident aftermath damage.

  • Abarth-Simca 1300 Bialbero

    Abarth-Simca 1300 Bialbero

    Interior scene, (Car Number 125), an Abarth-Simca 1300 Bialbero, (Mauro Bianchi and Pascal Ickx, co-drivers), 555363 TO (registration), Tour de France post-race, accident aftermath damage.

  • Alpines at Le Mans

    Alpines at Le Mans

    Some of the Alpine A210's In the Société des Automobiles Alpine pit area. Identified are car number 46, driven by Jean Vinatier and Mauro Bianchi, car number 47, driven by Bengt Jansson and Pauli Toivonen and car number 62, driven by Henri Grandsire and Leo Cella.

  • Coupe de Vitesse de l'A.C. Normand

    Coupe de Vitesse de l'A.C. Normand

    Mauro Bianchi in an Alpine-Renault A270.

  • Coupe de Vitesse de l'A.C. Normand

    Coupe de Vitesse de l'A.C. Normand

    Mauro Bianchi in an Alpine-Renault A270.

  • Coupe de Vitesse de l'A.C. Normand

    Coupe de Vitesse de l'A.C. Normand

    Mauro Bianchi in an Alpine-Renault A270.

  • Coupe de Vitesse de l'A.C. Normand

    Coupe de Vitesse de l'A.C. Normand

    Car number 14, Mauro Bianchi, Alpine-Renault A270 leads car number 38, Bill Bradley, Midland Racing Partnership Lola-BMC Mk 5A.

  • Coupe de Vitesse de l'A.C. Normand

    Coupe de Vitesse de l'A.C. Normand

    Mauro Bianchi in an Alpine-Renault A270.

  • Coupe de Vitesse de l'A.C. Normand

    Coupe de Vitesse de l'A.C. Normand

    Mauro Bianchi in an Alpine-Renault A270.

  • Coupe Internationale de Vitesse

    Coupe Internationale de Vitesse

    Race action at Thillois Corner. Car Number 25, winner Jean-Pierre Beltoise in the Matra Sports-entered Matra-Ford MS1. Car Number 3, Mauro Bianchi in works Alpine-Renault A270. Car Number 17, Harry Stiller in the Scaradi Racing Lotus-Ford 27. Car Number 23, Ray Parsons in the John Willment Automobiles-entered Lotus-Ford 35.

  • Monte Carlo Rally

    Monte Carlo Rally

    Mauro Bianchi and Robert Darville driving car number 199, a Lancia Flavia Coupé.

  • Monte Carlo Rally

    Monte Carlo Rally

    Mauro Bianchi and Robert Darville driving car number 199, a Lancia Flavia Coupé.

  • Monza 1000 km

    Monza 1000 km

    Car number 24, the works Alpine-Renault A210 driven by Mauro Bianchi and Henri Grandsire

  • Nürburgring 1000 km

    Nürburgring 1000 km

    The Alpine M64 chassis 1710, number 40, of Mauro Bianchi and Jean Vinatier.

  • Nürburgring 1000 km

    Nürburgring 1000 km

    The Alpine M64 chassis 1710, number 40, of Mauro Bianchi and Jean Vinatier, in the Karussell.

  • Nürburgring 1000 km

    Nürburgring 1000 km

    Car number 34, Giampiero Biscaldi and Ernst Furtmayr's Scuderia St. Ambroeus Alfa Romeo Giulia TZ and car number 120, Mauro Bianchi and José Rosinski works Alpine-Renault M64.

  • Paris 1000 km

    Paris 1000 km

    The Alfa Romeo Giulietta Sprint Zagato, number 34, of Giancarlo Sala and Alfonso Thiele, leading The Abarth-Simca 1300 Bialbero, number 33, of Hans Herrmann and Mauro Bianchi, and the Abarth-Simca 1300 Bialbero, number 40, of Georges Harris and Claude Dubois.

  • Paris 1000 km

    Paris 1000 km

    The Abarth-Simca 1300 Bialbero, number 33, of Hans Herrmann and Mauro Bianchi, leading the Abarth-Simca 1300 Bialbero, number 40, of Georges Harris and Claude Dubois.

  • Paris 1000 km

    Paris 1000 km

    Paddock scene, Lucien Bianchi, driver (helmet, coat, standing).

  • Sebring 12 Hours

    Sebring 12 Hours

    The Ferrari 275 P chassis 0816, number 81, of Willy Mairesse and Mauro Bianchi, in the pits.

  • Sebring 12 Hours

    Sebring 12 Hours

    The Ferrari 275 P chassis 0816, number 81, of Willy Mairesse and Mauro Bianchi, being serviced in the pits.

  • Sebring 12 Hours

    Sebring 12 Hours

    The Ferrari 275 P chassis 0816, number 81, of Willy Mairesse and Mauro Bianchi, being serviced in the pits.

  • Sebring 12 Hours

    Sebring 12 Hours

    Pit scene, left to right: Willy Mairesse, driver (race suit, seated), Mauro Bianchi, driver (race suit, helmet in left hand, standing).

  • Sebring 12 Hours

    Sebring 12 Hours

    The Ferrari 275 P chassis 0816, number 81, of Willy Mairesse and Mauro Bianchi.

  • Targa Florio

    Targa Florio

    The Alpine A210, number 182, of Mauro Bianchi and Jean Vinatier.

  • Targa Florio

    Targa Florio

    The Austin-Healey 3000 Mk III, number 128, of Ted Worswick and Richard Bond, leads the Alpine A210, number 182, of Mauro Bianchi and Jean Vinatier.