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The opening meeting at Montlhéy : the start of the 1100cc race, 5 October, 1924.

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Reducing wind resistance : the 1 1/2 litre Mathis for the Touring Car Grand Prix of 1925.

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Touring Car Grand Prix of 1925 : André Boillot's winning Peugeot.

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A Cottin-Desgouttes is followed by a Peugeot saloon during the 1925 event.

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The Renault 45 which broke the world twenty-four-hour record at 107,9mph in 1926. (Régie Nationale des Usines Renault)

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Front view of the Panhard-Levassor built for 1500cc record attempts; 1926.

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Mrs Bruce at speed in the AC Six with which she and her husband, the Hon Victor Bruce, set world records of up to 15,000 miles in 1927 in appaling wintery conditions.

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Left: The AC Six during the epic 15,000 miles record trial.

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Above: Georges Duller in the 4 1/2 litre Bentley during the 1927 Twenty-four hour race.

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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.