1924 24 Hours of Le Mans

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1924 24 Hours of Le Mans
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The 1924 24 Hours of Le Mans, officially The 2nd 24 Hours Grand Prix of Endurance (French: le 2e Grand Prix d' Endurance de 24 Heures)[1] took place on 14 and 15 June 1924. This would be the second of a planned three annual races to compete for the Rudge-Whitworth Triennial Cup, which was to be awarded after the completion of the 1925 race.

Official results[edit]

Le Mans in 1924

Class winners are denoted with bold.

Pos Class No. Team Drivers Chassis Engine Tyre Laps Distance/Retired
1 3.0 8 United Kingdom Bentley Motors Limited Canada John Duff
United Kingdom Frank Clement
Bentley 3 Litre Sport Bentley 3.0L I4 Rapson 120 2,077.34 km (1,290.80 mi)
2 5.0 6 France Societe Lorraine de Dietrich et Cie France Henri Stoffel
France Édouard Brisson
Lorraine-Dietrich B3-6 Sport Lorraine-Dietrich 3.5L I6 M 119 +1 lap
3 5.0 5 France Societe Lorraine de Dietrich et Cie France Gérard de Courcelles
France André Rossignol
Lorraine-Dietrich B3-6 Sport Lorraine-Dietrich 3.5L I6 E 119 +1 lap
4 2.0 31 France Chenard-Walcker SA Belgium André Pisart
France Joseph Chavée
Chenard et Walcker Type TT 10/12CV Chenard et Walcker 2.0L I4 M 111 +9 laps
5 2.0 30 France Chenard-Walcker SA France Christian Dauvergne
Spain Manso de Zuñiga
Chenard et Walcker Type TT 10/12CV Chenard et Walcker 2.0L I4 M 108 +12 laps
6 2.0 17 France Etablissements Automobiles Rolland et Pilain SA France Gaston Delalande
France Georges Guignard
Rolland-Pilain C23 Sport Rolland-Pilain 2.0L I4 M 106 +14 laps
7 3.0 15 France Societe des Automobiles Brasier France Eugéne Verpault
France Marcel Delabarre
Brasier TB4 Brasier 2.1L I4 D 106 +14 laps
8 3.0 16 France Societe des Automobiles Brasier France 'Migeot'
France Léopold Jouguet
Brasier TB4 Brasier 2.1L I4 D 104 +16 laps
9 2.0 19 France Etablissements Automobiles Rolland et Pilain SA France Louis Sire
France Louis Tremel
Rolland-Pilain C23 Sport Rolland-Pilain 2.0L I4 M 104 +16 laps
10 2.0 28 France Etablissements Industriels Jacques Bignan Belgium Raymond de Tornaco
France Francis Barthelemy
Bignan 2 Litre Sport Bignan 2.0L I4 E 102 +18 laps
11 1.1 51 France Societe des Automobile Ariès France Fernand Gabriel
France Henri Lapierre
Ariès CC4 Ariès 1.1L I4 M 91 +29 laps
12 1.1 46 France Societe des Applications à Refroidisssements par Air France André Marandet
France Louis Francois
S.A.R.A. ATS S.A.R.A. 1.1L I4 E 89 +31 laps
13 1.1 50 France Societe des Automobile Ariès France Louis Rigal
France Roger Delano
Ariès CC2 Sport Ariès 1.1L I4 M 89 +31 laps
14 1.1 52 France Societe Nouvelle de l'Automobile Amilcar France Maurice Boutmy
France Jérôme Marcandanti
Amilcar CV Amilcar 1.0L I4 M 87 +33 laps
NC 1.5 38 France Chenard-Walcker SA France Pierre Bacqueyrisses
France Georges Delaroche
Chenard et Walcker Type Y 9CV Chenard et Walcker 1.5L I4 M 84
NC 1.5 40 France Constructions Metallurgiques Usines Alba France Raoul Roret
France Bruno Calise
Alba S4 10/12CV Alba 1.5L I4 D 79
DNF 5.0 4 France Societe Lorraine de Dietrich et Cie France Robert Bloch
France 'Stalter'
Lorraine-Dietrich B3-6 Sport Lorraine-Dietrich 3.5L I6 M 112
DNF 2.0 29 France Etablissements Industriels Jacques Bignan France René Marie
France Henri Springuel
Bignan 2 Litre Sport Bignan 2.0L I4 E 88
DNF 1.5 37 France Chenard-Walcker SA France Raymond Glaszmann
France Robert Sénéchal
Chenard et Walcker Type Y 9CV Chenard et Walcker 1.5L I4 M 83
DNF 1.1 45 France Societe des Applications à Refroidisssements par Air France Lucien Erb
France Léon Fabert
S.A.R.A. ATS S.A.R.A. 1.1L I4 E 82
DNF 1.1 47 France Societe des Applications à Refroidisssements par Air France Jules de Ségovia
France 'Alcain'
S.A.R.A. ATS S.A.R.A. 1.1L I4 E 80
DNF 3.0 7 France Societe des Automobile Ariès France Charles Flohot
France Robert Laly
Ariés Type S GP Ariés 3.0L I4 M 64
DNF 2.0 20 France Etablissements Automobiles Rolland et Pilain SA France Gérard Marinier
France Antoine Dubreil
Rolland-Pilain C23 Sport Rolland-Pilain 2.0L I4 M 60
DNF 2.0 32 France Georges et Rene Pol France Louis Henry
France Jean Vaurez
G.R.P. 9CV G.R.P. 1.7L I4 M 59
DNF 1.5 43 France Societe Francaise des Automobiles Corre France Charles Drouin
France Louis Balart
Corre La Licorne V16 10CV Sport Corre 1.5L I4 M 58
DNF 2.0 27 France Automobiles Georges Irat France Jean Dourianou
France Pierre Malleveau
Georges Irat Type 4A Sport Georges Irat 2.0L I4 M 42
DNF 2.0 23 France Etablissements Charles Montier et Cie Belgium Charles Montier
France Albert Ouriou
Ford-Montier CM1 Montier 2.0L I4 E 40
DNF 5.0 3 France Chenard-Walcker SA France André Lagache
France René Léonard
Chenard et Walcker Type U 22CV Sport Chenard et Walcker 3.9L I8 M 26 Fire
DNF 1.1 49 France Automobiles Majola France Charles Follot
France Fernand Casellini
Majola Type A Majola 1.1L I4 D 22 Broken valve
DNF 2.0 18 France Etablissements Automobiles Rolland et Pilain SA France Jean de Marguenat
France René Gaudin
Rolland-Pilain C23 Sport Rolland-Pilain 2.0L I4 M 18
DNF 1.1 48 France Societe Nouvelle de l'Automobile Amilcar France André Morel
France Marius Mestivier
Amilcar CGS Amilcar 1.1L I4 E 13
DNF 1.5 33 France Louis Chenard France Louis Chenard
France Emile Chenard
Louis Chenard Type E Louis Chenard 1.5L I4 E 13
DNF 2.0 25 France Automobiles Omega-Six France Marcel Mongin
France Roland Coty
Oméga-Six Type A Oméga 2.0L I6 M 11
DNF 3.0 11 France Etablissements Industriels Jacques Bignan France Jérôme Ledure
France Jean Matthys
Bignan 3 Litre Sport Bignan 3.0L I6 E 10
DNF 2.0 24 France Automobiles Omega-Six France Jacques Margueritte
France Louis Bonne
Oméga-Six Type A Oméga 2.0L I6 M 9
DNF 3.0 10 France Etablissements Industriels Jacques Bignan France Jean Martin
France Philippe de Marne
Bignan 3 Litre Sport Bignan 3.0L I6 E 8 Radiator
DNF 3.0 9 France Chenard-Walcker SA France Raoul Bachmann
France Fernand Bachmann
Chenard et Walcker Type U 15CV Sport Chenard et Walcker 3.0L I4 M 6 Contact
DNF 1.5 44 France Societe Francaise des Automobiles Corre France Joseph Paul
France Fernand Vallon
Corre La Licorne V16 10CV Sport Corre 1.5L I4 M 5
DNF 1.5 42 France Societe Francaise des Automobiles Corre France Albert Colomb
France Waldemar Lestienne
Corre La Licorne V16 10CV Sport Corre 1.5L I4 M 3 Valves
Sources: [2]

Statistics[edit]

  • Fastest Lap: #3 André Lagache/René Léonard – 9:19
  • Distance: 2,077.34 km (1,290.80 mi)
  • Winner's average speed: 86.555 km/h (53.783 mph)

References[edit]

  1. ^ "1924 Le Mans Cover/Flyer". Racing Sports Cars (RSC). Retrieved 2018-02-10. 
  2. ^ "Le Mans 24 Hours 1924 - Race Results - Racing Sports Cars". www.racingsportscars.com. Retrieved 2018-02-12. 

Further reading[edit]

Spurring, Quentin. Le Mans 1923-29: The Official History Of The World's Greatest Motor Race. 2005. ISBN 978-1-910505-08-3.