Bd 24h Du Mans 1923-1930 - Les Bentley Boys

Bd 24h Du Mans 1923-1930 - Les Bentley Boys

Relive the crazy races of the early 60s and the birth of Italian power. This comic book published by Glénat will offer you a wave of thrills and historical anecdotes of the 24 Hours of Le Mans 1962 and 1963 editions.

Bd 24h Du Mans 1923-1930 - Les Bentley Boys

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Summary

Italian rivalries.


In 1961, at the start of the 24 Hours of Le Mans, Ferrari's superiority was about to become hegemonic. After its 1960 victory over Aston Martin, the prancing horse brand was determined to prove the efficiency of its TR61 and 250GT. The Aston Martins were not able to compete with the TR61s and 250GTs, and only the Maseratis were able to compete for a while. But after more than 4,000 kilometres of asphalt covered, three Ferraris occupy the first three places in the general classification. But this is only the beginning of a new era!

Historical anecdotes, enlightening asides and glimpses behind the scenes punctuate the narrative of this new album devoted to the years 1961 to 1963 of the 24 Hours of Le Mans. Led by the exemplary erudition of Denis Bernard and Christian Papazoglakis, thrills, dramas and twists and turns are the order of the day in these three remarkable years for motor sport.

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