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The Breguet 941, a prototype STOL transport aircraft that was ultimately not put into production, overflies the circuit, as Mark Donohue / Bruce McLaren, Shelby-American, Ford GT40 Mk4, passes.
Herbert Linge / Robert Buchet, Auguste Veuillet, Porsche 911S.
Mike Salmon / Brian Redman, John Wyer Automotive Engineering, Ford GT40, retires in flames after a fuel cap issue on lap 220. Mike Salmon suffered burns and scarring but resumed competitive racing the following year.
Dan Gurney and A.J. Foyt, 1st position, look on as 2.0 class winner Jo Siffert sprays champagne on the podium.
The 2.0 class winners of Jo Siffert and Hans Hermann celebrate their victory on the right by spraying champagne, while outright winner Dan Gurney and AJ Foyt look on with second placed Mike Parkes.
A.J. Foyt, 1st position, and 2.0 class winner Jo Siffert spray Champagne on the podium.
Dan Gurney, 1st position, and 2.0 class winnerJo Siffert spray Champagne on the podium.
Henry Ford II and his wife Maria.
Chris Amon opens the door on the Shelby American Inc., Ford Mk II he shared with Bruce McLaren.
Bruce McLaren, 1st position, on the podium.
Chris Amon waves to the crowd from the cockpit of his Shelby American Inc., Ford Mk II.
Bruce McLaren and Chris Amon, 1st position, on the podium with Henry Ford II.
Phil Hill / Joakim Bonnier, Chaparral Cars Inc., Chaparral 2D - Chevrolet.
Günther Klass / Rolf Stommelen, Porsche System Engineering, Porsche 906/6 Carrera 6.
Henry Ford II.
Ronnie Bucknum / Richard Hutcherson, Holman & Moody, Ford Mk II.
Bruce McLaren / Chris Amon, Shelby American Inc., Ford Mk II.
Mario Andretti / Lucien Bianchi, Holman & Moody, Ford Mk II.
The drivers run to their cars at the start of the race.
The cars pull away at the start of the race.
Ken Miles / Denis Hulme, Shelby American Inc., Ford Mk II.
Giampiero Biscaldi / Prince Michel de Bourbon-Parma, Ed Hugus, Ferrari 275 GTB/C.