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60s & 70s Le Mans Legends Brought to Life to Make a LOT of Noise

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#KeepLegendsAlive is our motto. We always put it at the end of the description and we're always bragging about it on our social media pages. This video then makes for the most explicit form of that hash tag. An Alfa Romeo T33, Ferrari 312P, Porsche 935 Martini, Gulf Mirage, Jaguar XJ13 and much more legends are being kept alive and driven around THE best hillclimb in the world in this very video! Sure you'll see cars going faster at other hillclimbs than at the Festival of Speed, but a one-of Jaguar XJ13 won't be going up that hillclimb. Luckily though, we are always where the legends are to make sure you get to enjoy them at full chat as well!

Keeping these legendary cars from the past alive would not be possible without very single one of you! Thanks again for being part of this community and let us also quickly grab the chance to thank you all for another great year! We always think about what we should do for next season and in some way or another, your enthusiasm always pushes us out of the comfort zone to try new and sometime scary things. We get criticized from time to time as well but that's only natural!

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