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MG & Lotus at Sebring 1957  The MG A of David Ash, Gus Ehrman and John van Driel about to be passed by the Lotus Eleven Le Mans of Doc Wyllie, Margaret Wyllie and Charles Moran.  The Lotus was disqualified for getting assistance on the track while the MG A finished 27th.

The Ash/Ehrman/VanDriel MGA about to be passed in the 1957 Sebring race, by the Wyllie/Wyllie/Moran Lotus XI Le Mans. The Lotus would be disqualified for getting assistance on the track, while the MGA finished

Winner of the first 12 hrs race (1952) - #9 Frazer Nash LM Replica. Covered 1213 kms (145 laps).

From the Sebring race, This year: Anniversary, Sebring 12 Hour Le Mans, March 2012 in Florida.

38 Sebring1957MG 620x471 1957 Sebring 12 Hour Grand Prix   Race Profile

The MG A of David Ash and Gus Ehrman races the Lotus Eleven Le Mans of Doc and Margaret Wyllie. The MG finished but the Lotus was disqualified. Photo courtesy of Dave Nicholas

MG mga race car

12 car at the 1960 race was a Ferrari driven by Von Trips / Hill . is this a replica ?

Very rare Works car in excellent condition and ready to race          Factory built works car Before the official launch of the MGA in 1955, three aluminium bodied prototypes of the new sports car, coded EX182, were entered for Le Mans. Here they acquitted themselves well, finishing fifth and sixth in their class. Although the bodies had been substantially lightened and the cars ran with an aluminium half-tonneau, they were almost identical to the production cars which followed them…

Very rare Works car in excellent condition and ready to raceFactory built works car Before the official launch of the MGA in three aluminium bodied prototypes of the new sports car, coded were entered

1955 Sebring Pits | In the pits at the 1955 12-Hours of Sebr… | Flickr

Cadillac powered Kurtis Kraft and Nash powered Healey DNF. Chrysler powered Allard came in Notice all cars had American engines.

Back in the day...the start of Sebring 1955. | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Nash Healey Le Mans as raced at Sebring in 1955 by the late great Andy Rosenberger, car on the left

Triumph TRS at Le Mans 1961

Triumph TRS at Le Mans In the foreground are cars with Registration Mark 926 HP (Competition Number and Registration Mark 929 HP (Competition Number.

Ed Hugus's LucyBelle II in the pits at Le Mans, 1958. Hugus is on the pit wall at left, co-driver Erickson at right. "It rained and hailed during my stint," recalled Hugus.

LM 1958 🇫🇷 Ed Hugus's LucyBelle II in the pits. Hugus is on the pit wall at left, co-driver Erickson at right. "It rained and hailed during my stint," recalled Hugus.

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