Mclaren M19A at 1971 Dutch Grand Prix

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Porsche 718 - 1958 24 Hours of Le Mans

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Isabel Lucas

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Mercedes-Benz W154 at Spa driven by Richard Seaman in 1939. The locals pulled Dick from the car, but due to the nature of the track, the Mercedes team doctor and ambulance took an age to get to the scene. Meanwhile, the race continued. Alfred Neubauer would later write of the crash, "Ninety-nine times a driver takes a bend at precisely the same angle and precisely the same speed. Then the hundredth time he wants to go one better, to cut a second off his time and he puts a shade more pressure on the accelerator. That shade is fatal."

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1929 Sunbeam “Silver Bullet”

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