Fast Ford Capri rages over the bridge at "Breidscheid"
The 1967 12 Hours of Reims was a sports car endurance racing series featuring a Le Mans style start at the stroke of midnight. The races were held at the circuit Reims-Gueux in France from 1953 until 1967. A Ford GT40 piloted by Guy Ligier and Jo Schlesser took the win at the '67 event, followed by a Ferrari 365 P2 driven by David Piper and Jo Siffert, with Porsche 906's taking P3 through P6. #ReimsGueux #Marne
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