28th January 2011

The racing career of Duncan Hamilton

Anthony Pritchard recalls the legendary exploits of the 1950s motor racing maverick.

At Le Mans in June, 1953, the works disc-braked C-type Jaguar shared by Duncan Hamilton and Tony Rolt took the chequered flag at 4pm on the Sunday to win the 24-hour race. They did so by a margin of 28 miles from another works C-type driven by Stirling Moss and Peter Walker.

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