Winners

An overview of Le Mans winning cars over the years

 

1923

1924 lm

1925 lm

1926 lm

1927 lm

1928 lm

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1930 lm

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1932 lm

1933 lm

1934 lm

1935 lm

1936 was cancelled due to strikes in France

1937 lm

1938 lm

1939 lm

10 years hiatus due to WWII

1949 lm

1950 lm

1951 lm

1952 lm

1953 lm

1954 lm

1955 lm

1956 lm

1957 lm

1958 lm

1959 lm

1960 lm

1961 lm

1962 lm

1963 lm

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1965 lm

1966 lm

1967 lm

1968 lm

1969 lm

1970 lm

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1972 lm

1973 lm

1974 lm

1975 lm

1976 lm

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1978 lm

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1981 lm

1982 lm

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1985 lm

1986 lm

1987 lm

1988 lm

1989 lm

1990

Galeria_ todos los coches ganadores de las 24 horas de Le Mans

1992 lm

1993 lm

1994 lm

1995 lm

1996 lm

1997 lm

1998 lm

1999 lm

2000 lm

2001 lm

2002 lm

2003 lm

2004 lm

2005 lm

2006 lm

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2008 lm

2009

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2011 lm

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2014 lm

2015 lm

2016 lm

2017 lm

2018 lm

Virtual 24h

June has arrived and normally at this time of the month one would finalise packing before heading off to Le Mans for the race next weekend.

None of that this year though, due to the Corona Virus outbreak the race is cancelled and provisionally postponed to September.

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The exciting news however is that there will be a virtual 24 hours race taking place next weekend.

More info here

I have seen some of the footage training sessions and it looks like good fun. I shall be watching the start on Saturday 13th at 3pm (French time).

 

WEC – 6 Hours Austin – Round 5

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I was on holiday in Morocco but had, for a change, brought my laptop with me and was therefore able to watch most of the race on it courtesy of fiawec.com. A very good race with loads of action in the GT class.

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I have as usual noted the results in my WEC 2019/2020 Excel file which can be found in JJ’s Cloud.

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I know that Austin was a last minute decision to replace Sao Paulo which had to be cancelled at the last minute but it was very sad to see almost empty grand stands. Why bring races to countries where people are not interested. That is a question for the FIA.


 

Hypercars are official

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The new category of cars which will replace the current LMP1 is now officially known as the Le Mans Hypercar.

Still only 2 manufacturers are to enter cars for next year’s season and namely Aston Martin and Toyota. They will be followed by Peugeot the following year as recently announced.

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The Aston Martin Valkyrie Hypercar could look like this.

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Toyota’s Hypercar looks great

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Toyota prototype looking fierce