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|Location||Le Mans, France|
|Prints issue||LIMITED EDITION 50 prints ONLY|
|Shooting date||June 21st, 1930|
|Original picture||Glass Plate|
Typical vintage atmosphere during this 8th edition of the 24 Hours of Le Mans, where the mechanics work around the Bentley Speed Six, and its legendary 6.6L engine, of english drivers Frank Clement and Richard Watney. The crew will finish 2nd in the race after covering 173 laps, almost 2827 km at the average speed of about 122 km/h...
This image is technically of an exceptional quality. Medium format, at night, with a very low shutter speed, it retains an extraordinary resolution. This allows this cliche to transcribe magnificently the atmosphere where the speed of intervention of the mechanics, we are racing, is associated with the motionless side of this Bentley, taking full advantage of this moment of rest.