Porsche celebrated in Le Mans exhibition

| 11 Oct 2018
Classic & Sports Car – Porsche celebrated in Le Mans exhibition

Porsche’s proud Le Mans history is the subject of a brand-new, temporary exhibition at the circuit’s museum to coincide with the marque’s 70th anniversary.

‘Porsche at Le Mans’ is open until 13 January 2019 at the Circuit de la Sarthe’s 24 Hours of Le Mans Museum and thanks to support from the manufacturer boasts a wealth of four-wheeled stars commemorating its record-breaking 19 wins at the event.

That’s 36 winning drivers, in case you were wondering, while all 893 drivers who have lined up for Porsche at the 24 Hours are remembered in this showcase.

Classic & Sports Car – Porsche celebrated in Le Mans exhibition

Visit and you’ll see 16 of Porsche’s Le Mans legends:

  • 356A
  • 718K
  • 904
  • 906
  • 907
  • 911 2-Litre turbo
  • 911 S
  • 924
  • 917LH
  • 935
  • 936
  • 956
  • 962
  • 911 GT1
  • 911 RSR
  • 919 Hybrid

In addition, you will be able to enjoy on-board footage and see some of Ferry Porsche’s personal effects.

So if you want to recall the 2,480,382km – or 1,541,237 miles – Porsches have raced at Le Mans, head over before 13 January.

You can find out more about the exhibition from the Le Mans museum’s website.


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