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  • 24 Hours of Le Mans

    24 Hours of Le Mans

    Ferrari 166 MM Berlinetta, number 27, of Yvonne Simon and Michel Casse. Ferrari 166 MM, number 28, of Lord Selsdon and Jean Lucas.

  • 24 Hours of Le Mans

    24 Hours of Le Mans

    Alberto Ascari and Luigi Villoresi car number 12, a Ferrari 340 MM Pininfarina Berlinetta, leads "Helde" and John Lucas, car number 51, an Automobiles Deutsch et Bonnet (left) and Roger Laurent and Jaques Swaters, car 16, a Jaguar C-Type. Rene Breuil and Jean Py, car 54, trails the group in a B.G. Le Mans.

  • 24 Hours of Le Mans
  • 24 Hours of Le Mans

    24 Hours of Le Mans

    Car number 18, Jean Lucas and Goffredo Zehender Talbot Lago-Maserati Sport 2500 and car number 45, Jean-Claude Vidilles and Jean Thépenier DB HBR Panhard entering Tertre Rouge Corner.

  • 24 Hours of Le Mans

    24 Hours of Le Mans

    Number 14 - 'Mike Sparken'/Masten Gregory's Ferrari 750 'Monza' chassis number 0504M, which retired ('Mike Sparken' was the pseudonym used by Belgian electrical goods manufacturer Michel Poberejsky). Number 12 - 'Heldé'/Jean Lucas' Ferrari 750 'Monza' chassis number 0440M, retired ('Helde' was the wealthy financier/racer Pierre-Louis Dreyfus).

  • 24 Hours of Le Mans

    24 Hours of Le Mans

    Number 12 - 'Heldé'/Jean Lucas's Ferrari 750 'Monza', chassis number 0440M, which retired ('Helde' was the wealthy financier/racer Pierre-Louis Dreyfus). Number 5 - Maurice Trintignant/Harry Schell's works Ferrari 121LM chassis number 0546LM, which retired.

  • 24 Hours of Le Mans

    24 Hours of Le Mans

    Track action scene, left to right: Car Number 20, a Mercedes-Benz 300 SL, (Theo Helfrich and Helmut Niedermayr, co-drivers), Car Number 1, a Cunningham C-4R, (Briggs Cunningham and Bill Spear co-drivers, Car Number 12, a Ferrari 340 America (Luigi Chinetti and Jean Lucas, co-drivers), Car Number 21, a Mercedes-Benz 300 SL, (Hermann Lang and Fritz Riess, co-drivers).

  • 24 Hours of Le Mans

    24 Hours of Le Mans

    Number 14 - 'Mike Sparken'/Masten Gregory's Ferrari 750 'Monza' chassis number 0504M, which retired ('Mike Sparken' was the pseudonym used by Belgian electrical goods manufacturer Michel Poberejsky). Number 12 - 'Heldé'/Jean Lucas' Ferrari 750 'Monza' chassis number 0440M, retired ('Helde' was the wealthy financier/racer Pierre-Louis Dreyfus).

  • 24 Hours of Le Mans

    24 Hours of Le Mans

    Car number 14 is the Ferrari 750 Monza chassis 0504M driven by Mike Sparken and Masten Gregory. ("Mike Sparken" was the pseudonym used by Belgian electrical goods manufacturer Michel Poberejsky.) Car number 12 is the Ferrari 750 Monza chassis 0440M driven by Heldé and Jean Lucas. ("Helde" was the wealthy financier and racer Pierre-Louis Dreyfus.)

  • 24 Hours of Le Mans

    24 Hours of Le Mans

    In front is car number 12, a Ferrari 340 America, co-driven by Luigi Chinetti and Jean Lucas. Right behind is car number 61, a Panhard Dyna X84, co-driven by Raymond Gaillard and Pierre Chancel.

  • 24 Hours of Le Mans

    24 Hours of Le Mans

    Number 14 - 'Mike Sparken'/Masten Gregory's Ferrari 750 'Monza' chassis number 0504M, which retired ('Mike Sparken' was the pseudonym used by Belgian electrical goods manufacturer Michel Poberejsky). Number 12 - 'Heldé'/Jean Lucas' Ferrari 750 'Monza' chassis number 0440M, retired ('Helde' was the wealthy financier/racer Pierre-Louis Dreyfus).

  • 24 Hours of Le Mans

    24 Hours of Le Mans

    Number 14 - 'Mike Sparken'/Masten Gregory's Ferrari 750 'Monza' chassis '0504M', retired - ('Mike Sparken' was the pseudonym used by Belgian electrical goods manufacturer Michel Poberejsky) - Number 12 'Heldé'/Jean Lucas Ferrari 750 'Monza' chassis '0440M', retired ('Helde' was the wealthy financier/racer Pierre-Louis Dreyfus).

  • 24 Hours of Le Mans

    24 Hours of Le Mans

    The D.B. Central Seater chassis 2001, number 51, of Pierre Louis and Jean Lucas, leading the Panhard X88, number 58, of Pierre Chancel and Robert Chancel.

  • 24 Hours of Le Mans
  • 24 Hours of Le Mans

    24 Hours of Le Mans

    Number 14 - 'Mike Sparken'/Masten Gregory's Ferrari 750 'Monza' chassis number 0504M, which retired ('Mike Sparken' was the pseudonym used by Belgian electrical goods manufacturer Michel Poberejsky). Number 12 - 'Heldé'/Jean Lucas' Ferrari 750 'Monza' chassis number 0440M, retired ('Helde' was the wealthy financier/racer Pierre-Louis Dreyfus).

  • 24 Hours of Le Mans

    24 Hours of Le Mans

    June 22-23, 1957. Car number 17, the Jean Lucas and Jean-Marie "Mary" Brousselet Ecurie Los Amigos Jaguar-D-Type.

  • 24 Hours of Le Mans

    24 Hours of Le Mans

    The Ferrari 750 Monza chassis 0440M chassis, number 12, of Leon Dernier and Jean Lucas.

  • 24 Hours of Le Mans

    24 Hours of Le Mans

    Car number 12, Ferrari 750 Monza driven by Jean Lucas and Helde being lapped by car number 6, overall race winner Mike Hawthorn and Ivor Bueb works Jaguar D-Type XKD 505. Following is car number 19, the Juan Manuel Fangio and Stirling Moss works Mercedes-Benz 300 SLR during their duel with Hawthorn and Bueb's Jaguar in the opening two hours.

  • 24 Hours of Le Mans

    24 Hours of Le Mans

    Number 14 - 'Mike Sparken'/Masten Gregory's Ferrari 750 'Monza' chassis number 0504M, which retired ('Mike Sparken' was the pseudonym used by Belgian electrical goods manufacturer Michel Poberejsky). Number 12 - 'Heldé'/Jean Lucas' Ferrari 750 'Monza' chassis number 0440M, retired ('Helde' was the wealthy financier/racer Pierre-Louis Dreyfus).

  • Tour De France

    Tour De France

    Cars at the start of the stage at Le Mans. Car number 158, a Ferrari 250 GT SWB, driven by Jo Schlesser and navigated by his wife Annie. Car number 173, a Ferrari 250 GT LWB driven by André Simon and Jean Thepenier. Car 164, NART Ferrari 250 GT driven by Jean Lucas and Jean-Francois Malle.