Look how thin that racing line is.
them other posters don’t know how to act
I think you’re special, got what others lack
so step it out and turn that wheel on back.
These e-mails are just a tease. Get this car to us, Alfa! Get it to us now!
On this day in 1895, Emile Levassor drives a Panhard et Levassor car with a two-cylinder, 750-rpm, four-horsepower Daimler Phoenix engine over the finish line in the world’s first real automobile race. Levassor completed the 732-mile course, from Paris to Bordeaux and back, in just under 49 hours, at a then-impressive…
If you don’t know then you don’t know.
The 27-year old’s first two laps were both under 17 minutes, the quickest being 133.393mph to win by 19s from Ian Hutchinson, who was also inside the outright lap record, with John McGuinness claiming third. His race winning time was a staggering 1m15.643s inside the old race record.
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