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Chevron Sportscars in the 1980s to date, more wonderful photos courtesy of Paul Kooyman.
The 1982 Le Mans 24 Hours, the B36 of Martin Birrane
John Sheldon and Neil Crang...
...retired after 5 hours with gearbox problems.
The B62 of Max Cohen Olivar, Robin Smith and Richard
Jones retired after 2 hours at the 1985 Le Mans 24 Hours when
their Ford DFL failed.
The B62 again, this time at the 1985 Spa 1000Kms where it
retired with oil-pump problems. Drivers were Max Cohen-Olivar
and Kenneth Leim.
A B16 at the Grand Prix de Belgique, Spa, 15th September 1985.

24 Heures De Francorchamps support race, 22-23 July 1989.
The B16 of Burggraff finished first.

The start of the 24 Heures De Francorchamps, 21-22 July 1990,
the B8 of Witmeur is in the lead.
At the same race is the B19 of "Beurlys" (Jean Blaton)...
...the B16 of Burggraff...
...here seen passing an Alfa Romeo.
This B8 is minus a wheel at the Nürburgring AvD Oldtimer Grand Prix,
11th August 1990.
Also at the 1990 Oldtimer meeting is the B16 of Abrahamson...
...the B19 of Helen Bashford-Malkie...
...the B16 of Kalisch...
...here in close up...
...the B19 of...
...Jonas Qvarnström who finished second to...

...race winner Dutchman Ed Swart's B19.

Two Chevrons sandwich a Lola at the Sports Racing World Cup
on the 16th May 1999 at Spa...
...and at the same meeting the following year (21st May 2000)
three Chevrons race through Eau Rouge...
...whilst once again it's a Chevron/Lola sandwich...
...and here is the winner of the CanAm race, John Burton in his
B26 BDA.
Another shot of John Burton's B26, this time at the Spa
FIA Sportscar Championship race on the 13th May 2001...
...and a B16 at the same event.
A B16 at the Spa Historic Festival, 15th September 2002...
...a B19 at the same meeting has lost its door....

...whilst this B19 has lost a wheel...

The B16 of Quiniou leads a B8 and another B16 at the Spa Historic
Races on the 14th September 2003...
...also competing was the B19 of Richard Piper...
...and the B16 of Schieweck...
A B16 at the LMES Nürburgring 1000km, 4th July 2004.
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