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    Quote Originally Posted by henk4 View Post
    1: It ran......not every intended lap, but still.
    Saw a P15 once but it was display only... probably your Mk I subject car. Did you happen to record any sound files?
    Hearing a BRM 1.5 Ltr V16 run is not a common experience!
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    Quote Originally Posted by csl177 View Post
    Saw a P15 once but it was display only... probably your Mk I subject car. Did you happen to record any sound files?
    Hearing a BRM 1.5 Ltr V16 run is not a common experience!
    this is the car from the National Motor Museum in Beaulieu, the very first. Last year it suffered from a small fire in the engine bay, so it was stationary then. This year it ran quietly, there are sound bites on the web that are far more aggressive.
    And no, we only shoot images, not sound.
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    Not the same car, but can't resist. [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fZMPDCNyQxE"]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fZMPDCNyQxE[/ame]
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    Quote Originally Posted by csl177 View Post
    Not the same car, but can't resist.
    yep, that used to be Nick Mason's car, when they made that recording. It came as a gift with Motorsport, on a CD where Simon Taylor talks with Mason and discusses his cars. There are some more interesting noises on that CD.
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    1: Strakka successfully scaled down from LMP1 to LMP2.
    2: Talbot T26 Oblon
    3: XKSS at the Monterey Jet Centre
    4: Ago
    5: Entry level CanAm car....
    6: Another 50 year old.
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    1: Initially considered to be a failure, but now very fast.
    2: Stoddard Dayton.
    3: Austin Healey Sprite LeMans
    4: The Wallmart TZ
    5: 356
    6: 911
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    What is #1? Is the TZ owned by a one of the Waltons?

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    1: Heine Velox Sporting Victoria
    2: Bugatti 51 did Laureles Grade to come to the Quail Lodge
    3: Yep, another one
    4: Speeding out of the corkscrew
    5: AC-ACE
    6: Shaun Lynn (last year's winner) initially was in full contention with the Cobra, but failed along the roadside on day 2
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    1: Pozzi BBLM
    2: CG supercharged prototype
    3: Not everybody appreciated Bob Dances' engine manipulations
    4: Dan Collins in the Historic Lotus 18
    5: Jensen Healey Shooting Brake
    6: The streetracer of the Marx Brothers
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    1: Brumos in Le Mans
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    4: Waiting for the diesel to pass by. Oreca team orders at Paul Ricard
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    1: The latest GTO
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    5: Shelby GT350
    6: They would not let me go through
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    1: Anybody knows an original caption?
    2: Mr. LeMans
    3: E-Type
    4: Lotus 16 in Monaco
    5: Bruce Canepa's winning 935 at Laguna
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    1: Overheating on the access road to the 18th hole
    2: Marc Devis has a lot to choose from.
    3: Another 935
    4: Quite a handful in the wet
    5: The original Racing Team Holland (Pon-Van Lennep) 904.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kitdy View Post
    What is #1? Is the TZ owned by a one of the Waltons?
    Lotus 11... although I wasn't aware it was ever considered to be a failure. Henk, is it something else? And how could that Mangusta driver not notice something that big flopping around?!? It had to affect the car.
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    Quote Originally Posted by csl177 View Post
    Lotus 11... although I wasn't aware it was ever considered to be a failure. Henk, is it something else? And how could that Mangusta driver not notice something that big flopping around?!? It had to affect the car.
    Lotus 17...
    The Mangusta driver only noticed the door when he saw it lying along the track....5 laps later. He repaired it but the next day the thing flew off again.
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