One of the highlights and main features of the 24 Hours of Le Mans of yesteryear used to be the ride on the six kilometre-long Mulsanne straight. Group C was yet the fastest class of sportscars. Here’s the mixdown.
Earlier we discussed the changes to the Circuit de la Sarthe over the times. One of the most significant ones of later years was the FIA-regulated chicanes added to the infamous Mulsanne straight to keep the cars running at the insane speeds of Group C cars. Inarguably, it was the wise decision to make.