Ferrari 250LM Bianchi Salmon – Paddock 24 Hours of Le Mans 1965 Photograph…

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A and rare (color!) photo, from what we believe is the negative, of the Ferrari 250 LM / 365 P2 race car of Bianchi (Italy) and Michael (GB), seen in the paddock the 1965 24 Hours race of Le which was ridden on the 19TH and of June, 1965 . The Ferrari 250 LM a magnificently made 3,285cc V 12 engine. The car had startnumber 35 and was entered in the by Maranello Concessionaires Ltd. the Ferrari importer. Unfortunately, 8 hours (99 laps in total), retired due to gearbox trouble.

Gregory (USA), Jochen (Austria) and Ed Hugus (USA), for the race by NART . North Racing Team managed to win the with a similar 275 LM. They to complete a total of no less 348 laps in 24 hours. We also photographs of them if you are interested.

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The 1965 24 Hours of Le was the 33rd Grand Prix of and took place on June 19 and 20, It was also the twelfth round of the Sportscar Championship.

It was an exiting race, as for the 1965 the development and racing of the Ford was entrusted to Carroll Shelby. On ‘s initiative, the GT40s fitted with the same as the Cobras — an iron cast 4.7 L V8, and the gearbox that proved was replaced by a German-made ZF.

In parallel, developed a new version of the GT40. The II was developed by Ford subsidiary Kar in Dearborn under the direction of Roy The Mk IIs were powered by a 7.0 L engine on a Ford Galaxie block. As was no gearbox available on the market was able to sustain the torque, the car a new 4-ratio Kar Kraft gearbox. Two IIs were entered by Shelby.

The were finished in a hurry; as was no time to run a fuel consumption Shelby did not know the real consumption of the 7.0 L Mk II.

Scuderia Ferrari two P2s, a new version of the prototype, a new DOHC V12 engine. Strangely, dispersed some of his effort by a 1.6 L Dino 166 . Two 365 P2s were also one by NART, the other by Maranello The 365 P2 was built around a previous P chassis with updated and featured a 4.4 L SOHC V12.

Several 275LM prototypes entered by Ferrari customers. developed the mid-engined LM for homologation in the GT but was refused by the CSI. These are often mistakenly designed as as the first car built was fitted a 3.0 L engine.

The cars delivered to were 275LM powered by a 3.3 L. The of the 275LM was far from real but as the engine was a close derivative of Ferrari engines, the car had proved reliable.

The Mark IIs took the at the start, but lost a part of advance in frequent refuelling. It later appear that the IIs refuelled more often required due to the uncertainty of their consumption. The weather was hot, and began to hit the GT40s. Bob Bondurant and Maglioli’s No.

7 had head gasket failure 20:00 and on the same lap, Müller and Ronnie Bucknum’s No. 6 terminally.

After the failure of the four Ferraris were By then, the top Ford-powered car was the Dan Gurney/Jerry Cobra Daytona coupe. midnight. Gurney and Grant had to third overall.

That was the Cobra’s motor mounts to crack and Gurney had to park the coupe after 204 laps. left the Ferraris on top. But the P2 to suffer of excessive disk wear, probably due to heat. All the prototypes had pit stops to change brakes, an operation that between 20 and 30 minutes.

As the 275LMs put stress on the brakes, two of them leading at 04:00 ; Pierre Belgian yellow car led the NART of Jochen Rindt and Masten The NART Ferrari had lost struggling with ignition But now the engine was sounding clear and the car several second on each Soon after 13:00. the Ferrari had approximately one minute the American one, but Rindt was 12 seconds per lap faster.

As the leader needed only one stop to finish the race the NART car would have to twice, a close finish was Then, a tire began to on the leading car, and soon destroying a large part of the aluminum rear bodywork. It the Belgian team crew laps to have the car ready to the race. This was more enough to give the victory to and Gregory.

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Despite the general of Ferrari works cars was the ninth victory for Ferrari and the in a row. Probably nobody that it would be the last victory for Ferrari.

Ferrari was founded by Enzo Ferrari in as Scuderia Ferrari . the company drivers and manufactured race before moving into of street legal vehicles in as Ferrari S.p.A. . Ferrari’s are among the most desirable of to drive. Throughout its history, the has been noted for its continued and incredibly passion in racing, in Formula One, where it has enjoyed great success, during the 1950s, 1960s, late 1990s, and 2000s.

Finally, after years of struggles, Enzo Ferrari the company’s sports car division to the group in 1969 in order to ensure continued financial for the foreseeable future. Enzo himself retained control of the division until his … in at the age of 90.

This is a very nice and rare photo that a wonderful era of Ferrari ‘s automotive in a wonderful way. This is rare chance to own this therefore it is printed in a nice format of ca. 8 x 10 (ca.

20 x 25 cm ). It makes it suitable for framing.

PLEASE This is not a digital print but a traditional photograph, which is through the traditional photographic by a professional photo studio. negative is fully processed by obtaining the best result As most negatives are very several traditional photographic of each negative are made. has different settings (like brightness and contrast).

Out of these, the of the photographic prints is then and shipped to the winner of this This way the best result is obtained, and each photograph is unique and collectable! It is not realistic to expect a modern quality enhanced digital print, as the dates from 1965 and was with a camera and film that era as well.

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