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Années 1980 et +

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The Marendaz Special which took the 1100cc Twenty-four-hour record in 1928.

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Mrs Gwenda Stewart (later Gwenda Hawkes).

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The Twelve-cylinder Voisin in 1929. It crashed whilst attempting to break long distance records.

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Mrs Stewart at speed in the Derby Special.

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The 5 litre Graham Paige of Marendaz in 1930.

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A general view of the road circuit during the French Grand Prix of 1931.

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The French Grand Prix of 1931 : Ferranti's old Targa Florio Peugeot leads Dreyfus' Maserati.

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Campari (centre) after finishing in second place in the 1931 Grand Prix.

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George Eyston in the MG which was the first 750cc car to attain 100mph in 1931. EAD Eldridge (in hat and coat) stands behind the car.

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George Eyston (in cockpit) and EAD Eldridge in hat) with the unsupercharged Riley Nine that averaged 108,11mph for an hour in 1931.

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Eyston proceeds more sedately on a twenty-fou hour run with a 10hp Singer.

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Mrs Gwenda Stewart in the "Dutch-clog" Austin Seven with which shr broke Class H Records; September 1931

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George E T Eyston vat the wheel of the big sleeve-valve Panhard in 1932.

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George Eyston's Panhard-Levassor beaks the world hour record in 1932.

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George Eyston's straight-eight Delage in 1932.

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A publicity stunt arranged by the owners of Linas-Montlhéry in March 1932. Marcel Doret's Dewoitine aeroplane races a Bugatti T51 driven by Divo. The aircraft won at a speed of 209.670 km/h, while the Bugatti archieved 206.321 km/h.

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A publicity stunt arranged by the owners of Linas-Montlhéry in March 1932. Marcel Doret's Dewoitine aeroplane races a Bugatti T51 driven by Divo. The aircraft won at a speed of 209.670 km/h, while the Bugatti archieved 206.321 km/h.

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John Cobb in the Napier-Railton, 1933. The Brooklands silencers were not needed at Linas-Montlhéry.