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Old 8 Oct 2008, 20:34 (Ref:2307007)   #1
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Rouen 1962 - French GP



Jo Bonnier, Phil Hill, Rivers Fletcher, Jackie Pichon, Dan Gurney (the winner) and Ritchie Ginther at Cleres before the French Grand Prix at Rouen 1962



It is Rouen 1962 but can anyone identify he car?



Nouveau Monde corner

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Old 9 Oct 2008, 09:27 (Ref:2307367)   #2
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I had a gentle drive around Rouen a few weeks ago. The view above is still very recognisable but overgrown. There's very little evidence that a circuit was ever there, which is a shame.

Great pictures and thanks for sharing them
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Old 9 Oct 2008, 12:31 (Ref:2307474)   #3
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I wonder if there are any pictures of Jack Lewis' Cooper.

Some people will know why I ask.....
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Dear Cub !
You have great pics ! its wonderfull !

i "stole" one just to help you to identify the blue car #72

On Autodiva ( http://www.autodiva.fr/forum/viewtop...t=55&start=200 ) Gérard Gamand gave the answer :
"Il s'agit du rhodésien David Riley sur sa Cooper Formule Junior T59 à moteur BMC (châssis T59#FJ-20-62)"

please post again that kind of pics...
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I agree with Amicalemans, it is a Formula Junior Cooper T59 BMC of David Riley.
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I had a gentle drive around Rouen a few weeks ago. The view above is still very recognisable but overgrown. There's very little evidence that a circuit was ever there, which is a shame.

Great pictures and thanks for sharing them

In my opinion Alan, it isn't a shame at all.

It's a bloody disgrace. How anyone could go to such lengths to literally erase such a classic race circuit from existence is utterly beyond me.

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In my opinion Alan, it isn't a shame at all.

It's a bloody disgrace. How anyone could go to such lengths to literally erase such a classic race circuit from existence is utterly beyond me.

Agreed.
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Thank you for the info. on car No.72. Looking back at the original printed programme I see that only entrants up to No. 70 are listed. However, I note that I have scrawled in No.72 as Riley and No.74 which looks like Gower or Gover but is so badly written that I can't tell. Perhaps you know who this was?
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Thank you for the info. on car No.72. Looking back at the original printed programme I see that only entrants up to No. 70 are listed. However, I note that I have scrawled in No.72 as Riley and No.74 which looks like Gower or Gover but is so badly written that I can't tell. Perhaps you know who this was?
74 was Martin Gould Lotus 20
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Jackie Pichon's Auto Museum at Cleres near Rouen.



Cleres Museum.



Jackie Pichon's uncle drives Dan Gurney and Jo Bonnier around Cleres in a Georges Richard car before the 1962 French GP which Gurney won.



Dan Gurney and Jo Bonnier greeted by von Hanstein after their drive at Cleres.



The CTA Arsenal we found tucked away in Jackie Pichon's garage. Ben Joscelyne looks in the cockpit.



Jo Bonnier, Graham Hill, Phil Hill, Rivers Fletcher, Jackie Pichon, Dan Gurney and Ritchie Ginther before the French GP at Rouen 1962.



Jo Bonnier and Dan Gurney have another ride at Cleres.



Ben Joscelyne admires Pichon's Georges Richard. Cleres Museum 1962.



Peter Garnier and Michael Tee examine the Georges Richard. Cleres Museum, 1962.



Jackie Pichon and his uncle.
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