CIRCUIT DE L’AISNE
THE racing in the various classes of this event was chiefly notable for the Bugatti victories in the sports and racing classes, and the fine team performance of the two Licomes in the 1,100 c.c. sports class. The latters’ cars finished together, winners of this class at the new record speed of 55.3 m.p.h.
The course is over a lap of 13 miles, 13 laps being covered by the larger cars, while the 700 c.c. class has only 9 laps to complete. The results were as follows: SPORTS CARS.
750 c.c. 9 laps, Jep (G.A.R.), 48 m.p.h. 1,100 c.c., 10 laps, Galoisy and Vallon (Licome), equal first at 55.3 m.p.h. 1,500 c.c., 11 laps, Doublot (Bugatti), 51.6 m.p.h. 2-litres, 12 laps, Mme. Siko (Alfa-Romeo), 63.4 m.p.h. 3-litres, 13 laps, Cattaneo, 72.2 m.p.h. 5-litres, Flip° (Lorraine).
1,100 c.c., 11 laps, Robert (Salmson), 61 m.p.h. 1,500 c.c., 12 laps, Auber (Bugatti), 67.2 m.p.h. 2-litres, Druck (Bugatti), 68.5 m.p.h.
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