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Old 8 Jan 2017, 14:23 (Ref:3701033)   #4
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Assuming my original post is correct, 791 cars (possibly minus the JLOC lambo) have successfully completed the opening lap of Le Mans since 1999.

That's a total of 10,361 perfectly negotiated kilometres at racing speed, which would take you a quarter of the way around the equator. Or from Le Mans to New York and back.

Thus creating one of the most trivial Le Mans stats.
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