100 years of 24h Le Mans

National Automuseum – The Loh Collection, Dietzhölztal, Germany

Until March 2024

The special exhibition “100 years 24 hours Le Mans” at the National Automuseum – The Loh Collection celebrates the myth, heroes and cars of one of the most important motor races in the world. With more than 20 original Le Mans racing cars from 1928 to the present day, the exhibition shows the exciting evolution of the world’s most famous endurance race.

The selection of vehicles on display is exceptional and has never been brought together before. The Loh Collection owns several authentic cars that raced at Le Mans, Ferrari 250 Vignale 1952, Ferrari 412 P 1966/196 or Audi R8 2004.

Several other racing glories join the party, Aston Martin DB5, Bentley 4,5L 1928 and Speed 8 2023, Chevrolet Corvette, Ferrari 365 “Daytona”, Jaguar XK 120, Mercedes CLK GTR and CLR, and of course a squadron of Porsche, including 550 Spyder, 904, 917, 956 and not forgetting the legendary 911.

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