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Le Mans History
"Only for the true fans of this endurance race! (current as at November 2000 -ed.)"
15 Points Per Correct Answer - No time limit
What was the historical date of the first 24 Hours of Le Mans?
3rd July, 1922
26th May, 1923
10th April, 1923
1st June, 1922
The first winners of the 24 Hours of Le Mans were Andre Lagache and Rene Leonard. In what car did they win the race?
Chenard and Walcker
The worst ever motorsport accident unfortunately occurred during the Le Mans race. In what year?
The traditional start, where drivers ran across the track to their race cars, was last used in what year?
Which driver was the first to win 6 times at Le Mans?
What manufacturer has the most consecutive victories in Le Mans?
From 1923 throuigh to the end of the 20th century, the Le Mans circiut has suffered many changes, especially in its length. How many different lengths has the circuit had since the first race?
The race has been held every year with the exception of 1936 because of the French Strike. When the Second World War intervened the race was cancelled again in 1940 until ____ ?
Traditionally, the race always starts at _____ hours on Saturday.
( 24 hr clock)
The record of the fastest average speed (138.13 mph) for the Le Mans 24 hours was established in 1971. What car holds that record?
The record of the fastest average speed (138.13 mph) for the Le Mans 24 hours was established in 1971. What was the team that won thatyear's race?
H. Marko, G.van Lennep
H. Herrmann, R. Attwood
H. Pescarolo, G. Hill
J. Ickx, D. Bell
What is the longest distance covered a Le Mans 24 hours race?
In 1977 Ickx won his 3rd consecutive Le Mans, becoming the ____ driver to win 3 straight?
The first victory for Ferrari in a Le Mans was in 1949 with a 146MM. None of its drivers were Italian. What was the nationality of the 2 drivers?
Argentinian and Spanish
American and German
Argentinian and British
British and American
Audi had its debut in Le Mans in 1999. But in 2000 the 3 Audi cars participating in Le Mans had one peculiarity. What was it?
The 3 cars gaved up in the pit lane
The 3 cars had accidents in the first lap
The 3 cars were 1st, 2nd and 3rd
The 3 cars won ex-aequo
In 1970 only 7 cars saw the checkered flag. In 1971 only 13 cars ended the race. But in these 2 years, only 2 manufacturers finished the race. Who were they?
Ferrari and Alpine Renault
Ferrari and Ford
Porsche and Ferrari
Porsche and Matra-Simca
From 1982 to 1986 another record was set in Le Mans. Only one manufacturer finished in the first 5 positions in every race. Who was it?
In 1993 this manufacturer finished the race with its 3 cars in the first 3 positions. Who was it?
What was the manufacturer of the smallest engine ever to race in Le Mans?
Who was the winning team inthe 2000 Le Mans race?
Kristensen, Biela, Pirro
Alboreto, Capello, Abt
McNish, Ortelli, Aiello
Amorim, Beltoise, Donohue
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