Join us on June 3rd for a panel discussion celebrating the centennial of the 24 Hours of Le Mans. This year’s events in France will celebrate 100 years since the first 24 Hour race, held in May, 1923. The panel will present an overview of the history of the race, review some of the great marques that have participated and the historical significance of the world’s most famous sports car competition. Join Le Mans driver Dominic Dobson, racing historian and author, János Wimpffen and Porsche Club Historian Jay Gillotti to kick off this year’s Le Mans week.
This talk will take place both in the Museum and on Zoom to provide access to all interested!
The If Cars Could Talk lecture series is FREE for ACM Members and is also included with Museum admission. Bring a lunch to enjoy, light refreshments provided.