The Lorraine-Dietrich Grand Prix cars entered for the 1912 Grand Prix
de France had enormous 15 litre engines, nearly twice that of the
winning Peugeot L76.

Bearing the cross of Lorraine on their grilles four of these magnificent
cars were entered for the race with drivers Bablot, Hemery, Hanriot
and Heim and were among the favourites for the race. However this
wasn’t a great race for Lorraine-Dietrich. None of the cars could make
it for the second day of racing so it was left to
Fiat with their giant red
S74’s to do battle with the voiturettes and the new Peugeots.

Some time later one of the team cars entered for the 1912 Dieppe
Grand Prix came into the hands of Sir Malcolm Campbell and became
one of the first ‘BlueBirds’.

1/32 Wheelbase : 85mm
1912 French GP - DNF - No.34 René Hanriot
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1912 French GP - DNF - No.34 René Hanriot
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