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#1 VDP

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Posted 25 September 2007 - 13:34

According to Moity book, in 1923 they used Ballot engines for the first edition of Le Mans. An 2001 cc and a 1393 cc. four cylinders.
In 1924, they came back with three cars using a SCAP engine about 1481 cc. All th three cars got problem with their engines.
A few week later they came to ; a FEW WEEK LATER

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#2 VDP

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Posted 25 September 2007 - 13:37

[QUOTE]Originally posted by VDP
[B]According to Moity book, in 1923 they used Ballot engines for the first edition of Le Mans. An 2001 cc and a 1393 cc. four cylinders.
In 1924, they came back with three cars using a SCAP engine about 1481 cc. All th three cars got problem with their engines.
A few week later they came to Spa for the 24 hours.
The cars were fixed with a SCAP engine same size as the Ballot one 70x105 1393cc
Any help

Robert

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Posted 25 September 2007 - 14:02

1923: two cars were entered.
-a closed car EV type with a 70*130 2001 cc of Ballot origine (a modified 75*130) with side valves. Driven by Collomb and Lestienne it finished with 1274 km (minimum imposed: 1200km).
- a torpedo with a 65*105 1393cc Ballot engine. Driven by Balart-Drouin 1364 km (for 1047 imposed).
1924:
3 cars W16/W4 torpedos with a 67*105 1500cc W15-type SCAP engine. Collomb-Lestienne retired on lap 3, Paul-Vallon on lap 5 and Drouin-Valard on lap 50.

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Posted 25 September 2007 - 14:30

Robert, from my source (Serge Pozzoli), the cars entered at Spa had the same engine than at Le Mans: the 1500-W15 SCAP unit.

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Posted 25 September 2007 - 15:04

Jean Maurice

Many thanks from of a guy that prefers Formula cars. :rotfl:

Robert

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Posted 22 September 2009 - 10:55

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