Thread: Lola T280
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Old 3 Sep 2003, 18:27 (Ref:707254)   #15
Jeremy Jackson
Join Date: Dec 2001
Coventry, UK
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Jeremy Jackson should be qualifying in the top 10 on the grid

The car that won the Paris 100okms in 1972 was a brand new chassis (according to Autosport), the prototype T282. However, it's bodywork was identical to the T280, i.e. it had the short nose, not the longer nose that the T282 had in 1973. Sorry, no idea of the chassis number.

I don't belive Garcia-Viega purchased a chassis, but drove the Ecurie Bonnier car(practice only) at Daytona in 1972.

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