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Daytona 24 Hrs, 1968: DavidHobbs in a GT40. This GT40 was the Le Mans camera car. Photo: Warner @Becky Nielson SportsCar Racing

Daytona 24 Hrs, DavidHobbs in a This was the Le Mans camera car.

In 1965, the design team led by Richard Bouleau came up with the new Alpine M65, which saw aerodynamics coming to the fore.

Reims In the design team led by Richard Bouleau came up with the new Alpine which saw aerodynamics coming to the fore.

One of the factors contributing to the end of the annual Nassau speed week was the differing classes of cars that ran in the major events. The inevitable speed difference was becoming too dangerous. Here' Jim Hall's Chaparral 2C passes a much slower Fiat Abarth during the 1965 Nassau Trophy race. All Bochroch photo, restored and cropped.

One of the factors contributing to the end of the annual Nassau speed week was the differing classes of cars that ran in the major events. The inevitable speed difference was becoming too dangerous. Here' Jim Hall's Chaparral 2C passes a much slower Fiat Abarth during the 1965 Nassau Trophy race. All Bochroch photo, restored and cropped.

On the grid for the 1965 Riverside 200. Left to right going down: Bob Bondurant in a Lola T70, Hap Sharp in the Chaparral, Graham Hill in a McLaren Elva, Richie Ginther in a Lotus 40 and Jim Clark in a Lotus 40. Hall was a no-start due to suspension trouble with the 2C. Sharp would win, Clark was 2nd. Albert R. Bochroch photo.

On the grid for the 1965 Riverside 200. Left to right going down: Bob Bondurant in a Lola T70, Hap Sharp in the Chaparral, Graham Hill in a McLaren Elva, Richie Ginther in a Lotus 40 and Jim Clark in a Lotus 40. Hall was a no-start due to suspension trouble with the 2C. Sharp would win, Clark was 2nd. Albert R. Bochroch photo.