Le Mans, 24 June 1950 - Raymond Sommer and Dorino Serafini in the Le Mans 24 Hours
12 cylinders in 60° V, front longitudinal, light alloy cylinder block and head.
Bore and stroke
65 x 58.8 mm.
Unitary and total capacity
195.08 / 2,341.02 cc.
Max. power output
170 bhp at 7,000 rpm.
2 valves per cylinder, 1 overhead camshaft.
1 Weber 36 DCF carburettor.
Single, coil-ignition with 2 distributors.
Multi-plate clutch, gearbox with 5 speeds + reverse, conventional differential.
Monobloc in elliptic section steel tubes.
Independent, transverse leaf spring and hydraulic dampers.
Live axle, semi-elliptic longitudinal leaf springs, hydraulic dampers and anti-roll bar.
Drums, hydraulic control.
Worm and wheel.
Wheelbase and front/rear track
2,250 / 1,278 / 1,250 mm.
Front 5.50-15, rear 6.00-15.