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1953JaguarC-Type Duncan Hamilton and Tony Rolt won the race at 105.85 mph (170.35 km/h) – the first time Le Mans had been won at an average of over 100 miles per hour (161 km/h). 1954, the C-Type's final year at Le Mans, saw a fourth place by the Ecurie Francorchamps entry driven by Roger Laurent and Jacques Swaters.

1953 Jaguar C-Type Duncan Hamilton and Tony Rolt won the race at mph – the first time Le Mans had been won at an average of over 100 miles per hour.

No.18, 'C' Type Jaguar of Tony Rolt & Duncan Hamilton, winners at Le Mans 24 hours 1953.

'C' Type Jaguar of Tony Rolt & Duncan Hamilton, winners at Le Mans 24 hours

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LE MANS 1951 - The winning Jaguar of Peter Whitehead and Peter Walker leads the two Briggs Cunningham driven by George Huntoon and Briggs Cunningham and the of George Rand and Fred Wacker Jr.

Jaguar C-type 1952 frontn - Jaguar C-type 1952

Jaguar C-type 1952 frontn - Jaguar C-type 1952

1953 JAGUAR XK120C 'C-TYPE' SPORTS-RACING TWO-SEAT ROADSTER Registration no. POV 114 (UK) Chassis no. XKC 011' – Originally 'XKC 047're-stamped 'XKC 011' by Jaguar Cars Ltd. in 1954 Engine no. E 1066-9.

After the war, Jaguar retained its reputation as an outstanding sports car and from 1951 to it built the Jaguar C-Type (“C” stands for "competition”), a successful racing car, that won for two times Le Mans 24 hours race. Only 53 models were produced

Jaguar C-Type @ Le Mans Classic 2014

Jaguar C-Type @ Le Mans Classic 2014

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General Curtis LeMay en su Jaguar XK120C

Racing Heroes – General Curtis LeMay

General Curtis LeMay in the U. As many students of military history will tell you, Curtis E. LeMay is perhaps the most polarizing fig

1952 Jaguar C-Type

Once raced by Stirling Moss, an unrestored Jaguar C-Type h

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