Carry On Club qui n'en veut at Le Mans Classic


A record 8000 clubs cars - a quarter up on 2008 - crammed into every corner of the Bugatti Circuit at the Le Mans Classic from 9-11 July. Porsches dominated, with 900 cars spanning most models.
Club qui n'en veut (roughly, the Club that wants for nothing) was deservedly the public's favourite for its enchanting campsite. Each classic - including a Panhard PL17 Break, a Simca 1500 estate, a Ford Taunus and a '34 Citroen 11A Familiale - was presented with period equipment and accessories. Club members and their kids wore appropriate garb too.
Best of Show went to Club Renault Histoire et Collection. Other makes out in number included Morgan, Lotus and a fantastic Corvette Club de France display to mark 50 years since the 'Vette first raced at La Sarthe.

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