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GP 1908 Christian Lautenschlager - Mercedes HP - 19080004

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The 1908 Grand Prix season was the third Grand Prix racing season: an international economic recession affected motor-racing with fewer races and smaller fields. The French Grand Prix had a big field and this time Christian Lautenschlager in a Mercedes again denied the French a victory in their own race. The race was notable for tragic reasons. Henri Cissac's car lost a tyre and rolled, killing Cissac and Jules Schaube, his riding mechanic. This was the first fatal accident in Grand Prix history.


  • ID 19080004
  • Size 4000x2667 px
  • Championship Before F1
  • Event French GP
  • Date July, 1908
  • Location Dieppe, France
  • Driver Christian Lautenschlager
  • Team Mercedes
  • Car Mercedes HP
  • Photographer Agence Rol
  • Notes This image is a public domain image, AG Photo charges you a fee for access to the restored high resolution copy of the image. This image could have imperfections as its historical