Thompson was adamant he had advised pit officials, and in the hearing Ford's director of racing Leo Beebe threatened to withdraw all Fords. Who had won? Chris Amon was interviewed in 2016: See the distance between them? As car after car ran into trouble and dropped out, the little Marcos, by this time nicknamed 'la puce bleue' (the blue flea) wailed on. [14] Two months later, Ken Miles died at Riverside while testing the next generation Ford GT40 J-Car, which became the MkIV that won Le Mans in 1967. Bruce McLaren prepares to leave the pits after his car’s final pit stop is completed. Miles/Hulme were leading, followed by McLaren/Amon holding station on the same lap. There were also P2/P3 hybrids for the Ecurie Francorchamps (Dumay/"Beurlys") and Scuderia Filipinetti (Mairesse/Müller. The final stop for the Miles / Hulme Ford finds Carroll Shelby (far right) telling Ken Miles and Denis Hulme of the decision to have a blanket finish. [30] The official Ford press release, erroneously dated 7/5/1966 (possibly US-style dating: July 5th 1966), claims: .mw-parser-output .templatequote{overflow:hidden;margin:1em 0;padding:0 40px}.mw-parser-output .templatequote .templatequotecite{line-height:1.5em;text-align:left;padding-left:1.6em;margin-top:0}, The McLaren-Amon and the Miles-Hulme cars were running within seconds of each other as the race neared its end, with the Bucknum-Hutcherson car hanging back as insurance. Ken told me that, in spite of any Ford decision, he wasn’t going to finish second.”. Amon 22, is the youngest winner in the history of the event. [32], There were also two significant dramas in practice. Chrysler had first entered in 1925, and after 41 years it was the first win for an American car. We all wanted Ken to win Le Mans after his successes at Daytona and Sebring because he would have been the first to win all three of those races in one year. Formerly the object of laughter, it had become a crowd favourite running like clockwork. 12. An open-cockpit variant was given to the North American Racing Team (NART) for Pedro Rodriguez/Richie Ginther. The Ford-Ferrari war pivoted on how these men operated and thought, and they made that story what it was." Ferrari seems to abruptly show Ken Miles' deadly car crash. Two cars were entered, one by ASA and one by NART. As the damage was being cleared, Scarfiotti crashed his P3 into the Matra and all four cars were wrecked, although only Scarfiotti was taken to hospital, with minor bruising. [36][8], At 8pm, only the Miles and Gurney Fords and Rodiguez's Ferrari were on the lead lap (#64). Driving into the late afternoon or early morning sun is a bloody nuisance; you can’t see anything, it absolutely blinds you.”. The FIA mandated minimum annual production runs of 500 cars for Group 3 (up from 100 previously[5][6]) and 50 for Group 4,[6] which also had a maximum engine capacity of 5000cc. The new A210 had a 1.3L Gordini-Renault engine with a Porsche gearbox making it more durable if only a little faster at 245 kp/h (150 mph). Following team orders (featured), Dan Gurney leads Ken Miles out of the Mulsanne Hairpin during the early part of the race. Baime titled "Go Like Hell"—the words shouted by Bruce McLaren to Chris Amon as they drove to their famous victory. When the car came in for its final stop, Ken got back into the car and refused to participate in the prescribed finish. It had taken three attempts for Ford to win Indianapolis and the NASCAR Championship, and now it added the Le Mans 24 Hours. II sits abandoned at the finish line as the victory celebration continues in the background. With the new regulations this year the ACO received a huge 103 entry requests. 24h le mans. [12] One of the big improvements Holman & Moody brought with them was a quick-change brakepad system to save time in the pits. Directed by James Mangold, starring Matt Damon and Christian Bale in the roles of Carroll Shelby and Ken Miles, respectively. Nino Vaccarella, race winner in 1964, was furious when he found out he was ‘demoted’ to drive the Dino rather than the P3 and threatened to walk out, but did, in the end run the car. Carroll Smith – Shelby American Race Team Manager: “I could tell that something was up regarding the finish but I wasn’t advised of what that decision was. The third was a quiet though significant entry: Jacques Dewes, ever the pioneering privateer, brought the first Porsche 911 to Le Mans. Three days earlier Marcos-boss Harold Dermott had made a deal to buy the car with the intention to restore it and put on museum display. [15][19] At the end of the first lap Ford's cars led – Hill ahead of Gurney then Bucknum, Parkes in the Ferrari, followed by Whitmore's Ford, the Chaparral, then the GT40s of Scott and Rindt. This still posed a problem for Ford as they were lacking spare drivers, with injuries with A.J. As before, the Groups were split up in classes based on engine size, there was a sliding scale of a minimum weight based on the increasing engine size (from 450 to 1000 kg for 500 to 7000cc) as was fuel-tank capacity (60 to 160 litres). The other Porsches came in 4th to 7th led by Siffert/Davis, who also claimed the Index of Performance. He was a lap ahead and Passino and Cowley went down and took the lap away. But had they really won? [39], What could have been a procession was anything but for Ford. [7][8][9][10] The big 7-litre engine now put out 475 bhp. Two legends come together. Few rivalries are as famous or as delightfully petty as the one between Ford and … [18] Holqvist spun off with heavy damage, while Thompson was able to get back to the pits. 14. Both New Zealanders who now reside in England, it was the most important victory yet for the two youngsters. Finally, in August 1966, Shelby American resumed testing and development work with Miles se… His birth name is Kenneth Henry Miles. Without a doubt, the most famous version of the Ford GT40 Mk II was the one piloted by Ken Miles at the 24 Hours of Le Mans in 1966. Directed by James Mangold. We led most of the race, at record speed, until we retired with an overheating engine at the end of the 17th hour.”, Charlie Agapiou – Crew Chief: “There was some talk in the pits that Ford thought that Ken did not follow team orders and pushed Gurney to the point of breaking. I leaned over and told him ‘I don’t know what they told you, but you won’t be fired for winning Le Mans.’ He would never talk about it after the race was over and we were the best of friends.”, John Collins – Shelby Team Mechanic: “After Carroll talked to Ken during the final pit stop, I heard Ken say, in a loud voice, ‘So ends my contribution to this bloody motor race,’’ and he threw his sunglasses across the pit.”. We called Ken in and slowed him down so that Bruce and Chris would win. There were times when I was runnin’ down the Mulsanne, in the rain, at night, at over 200 mph, where I thought what the fuck am I doing here.”. Each of the eight cars was painted in a colour from the Mustang road-car range. But Beebe pushed on with his plan anyway. "[51], Rumors of a movie adaptation of the book, an Amazon best seller,[52] circulated from 2013 to 2015. Jochen Rindt, the previous year's winner, had moved across from Ferrari to Ford, in the new Canadian Comstock Racing Team. This time six were built and prepared by Shelby American. [25][6] the car eventually came home at an incredible 15th overall. After returning to the race, he had to go like hell in order to get back in second place behind Gurney. Ken Miles heads for the victory stand, with Denny Hulme sitting on the deck lid waving to the crowd. "[46] Beebe also later admitted he had been annoyed with Miles racing Gurney, disregarding team orders by potentially risking the cars' endurance. [20] A major accident occurred when Jean-Claude Ogier's CD got loose on spilt oil at the Mulsanne kink and was hit hard side-on by François Pasquier in the NART ASA. le mans 66 – six snippets on ken miles and carroll shelby. Width in 18 20 21.97 23.98 25.99. [17][6] Driven by Phil Hill and Jo Bonnier, they made a big impact winning the Nürburgring round just two weeks earlier. However it was a new design that was entered. Driven by Ken Miles and Denny Hulme, this is the car that would have won but for the Ford decision to stage a photofinish with three cars crossing the finish line simultaneously. [19][20], Chevrolet was the other player in the over 2-litre class. Then Schlesser's Matra ran into the CD of Georges Heligouin avoiding the accident. [26], Charles Deutsch (CD) brought his new aerodynamic SP66. [1][2] It was also the seventh round of the 1966 World Sportscar Championship season. The Fords were further delayed as a number chose to change brake pads early. Holman & Moody, the successful Ford NASCAR race team was brought on board to race another trio – for Mark Donohue/Paul Hawkins, Ronnie Bucknum/Dick Hutcherson, and Lucien Bianchi/Mario Andretti. Several people searched for the car ever since, but it was only found back in December 2016 in Portugal by Dutchman Jeroen Booij. During the next pit stop, Ken’s co-driver was told to slow down and let the others catch up and Denny did as he was told. According to the official Shelby American race report, Dan Gurney was instructed to lead the race and break the Ferraris. Ken Miles was in one and Dick Hutcherson and Bruce McLaren were in the others. But that makes sense: Both Le Mans and international motorsport are different now, tamer and less raw. [37] At dusk it started to drizzle, reducing the power advantage of the big Fords, and allowing the Ferraris to keep in touch. Bruce McLaren drives to the victory stand with Chris Amon sitting on the deck lid. For Le Mans, we decided to set a pace for ourselves. McLaren was being delayed by his tyres going off, so the team quietly changed from Firestones to Goodyears. After the death of Walt Hansgen in a J-car Ford while testing at Le Mans in April, the decision was made to shelve the J-car and focus on the proven Mk IIs, and little development was done for the rest of the 1966 World Sports Car Championshipseason. And in 1969, a fourth. Ken Miles was born on Friday, November 1, 1918 (age 47 years; at the time of death)in Sutton Coldfield, England. Ford v Ferrari: the real story of Le Mans '66 and Ken Miles Ford v Ferrari The Ford v Ferrari battle at the Le Mans 24 Hours race of 1966 was a personal feud between Henry Ford II and Enzo Ferrari that played… : “I wanted Ford to win. Shelby ran three cars himself for Americans Dan Gurney and Jerry Grant, Miles was now paired with New Zealander Denny Hulme after Ruby had been injured in a plane crash a month earlier. Charlie Agapiou: “Ford didn’t want Ken to win at Le Mans. Ken Miles and long time friend and crew chief Charlie Agapiou confer during a late-race pit stop. [14][11][20], A notable absentee at the test weekend was the Ferrari works team. Extensive work was done in the wind tunnel, and improving the brakes, handling and engine – not least improving the fuel economy. [15] There had been instant excitement when Edgar Berney spun his Bizzarrini on the start-line amongst the crowd of departing cars. This strategy fell apart when our tires started losing treads early in the race and we lost considerable time. Just before 4pm, it started to drizzle again. Le Mans 1966 would be one of Miles’ final races. The race became the subject of a 2009 book, detailing the race and the famous background rivalry between Enzo Ferrari and Henry Ford II, by A.J. That’s where he was told to be and that’s where he was.”. [18] In the end Australian Brian Muir, who was in England was flown over to France. Two new classes for Sports Cars were Group 4 and Group 5 for 'Special Sports Cars' (Group 1 and 2 covered Touring Cars, Group 7 led to the Can-Am series, with Group 8 and 9 for single-seaters). And once again there was tragedy with a fatal accident. It shows the cars leaving the grid at the start. In 1966 there wasn’t any guardrails or nothin’, just trees, which people used to hit rather regularly, linin’ the racetrack. He was instructed to lap at between 3:37.0 and 3:38.0. The whole thing really seemed to be so simple.”. American car designer Carroll Shelby and driver Ken Miles battle corporate interference and the laws of physics to build a revolutionary race car for Ford in order to defeat Ferrari at the 24 Hours of Le Mans in 1966. The French officials stopped us and said that we didn’t belong there, that we’d finished second. He was supported by Huschke von Hanstein who was prepared to withdraw the Porsche team as well. While repairing the damage, officials told the team that they were disqualified for Thompson leaving the scene of a major accident. Defending class-champions Austin-Healey had two works entries. Over the test weekend, Mauro Bianchi had surprised many in the 1-litre Alpine, going as fast as the 1959 Ferrari Testa Rossas. Ford vs Ferrari. Ken Miles Le Mans 1966 Winner GT40 T-Shirt Men & Women Race Car T-Shirt Unisex. #1 is the car driven by Miles and Denny Hulme that was supposed to win the race. [21], Porsche came with a new model – the 906 designed by the team led by Ferdinand Piëch. [31], Finally, in a subcompetition of its own, there was the tire race between Firestone, Dunlop, and Goodyear. [28], The new Group 4 category started attracting interest as the earlier prototypes were meeting the homologation and production requirements. [25] But the Mini Marcos would become the 'darling of the crowds' later on in the race. [53][54] The book attained a "4.5 star" rating by book review website Yet during raceweek, with news that new FIAT chairman Gianni Agnelli would be at the race, Dragoni changed the plan, putting Scarfiotti (Agnelli's nephew) in first. A close examination of the official ACO scoring records of the Miles / Hulme car, of which I have copies, does not indicate that any lap was ever deleted from the final tally of laps run during the race. Since McLaren and Amon had started 60 feet behind Miles and Hulme, they were declared the winners. Ferrari. Ken Miles' death in Ford v Ferrari isn't too far off from what really happened - though the movie changes some details for storytelling purposes. I found a photo which graphically shows why Ken Miles did not win the 1966 24 Hours of Le Mans. All three cars went over the finish in formation, but any chance for a dead heat disappeared when officials discovered a rule that in case of a tie, the car that had started further down the grid had travelled the farther distance. That’s why its distinct livery is imitated on so many kit cars, as well as quite a few modern Ford GTs.We saw a very nice replica of it in the 2019 film Ford v Ferrari, which has helped educate more of the general public. That was my fuck up, I take full responsibility for it, and I’m very sorry for it because, as you know, Ken was killed at Riverside two months later. [8][15] Also pitting on the first lap was Paul Hawkins whose Ford broke a halfshaft going down the Mulsanne Straight lurching him sideways at nearly 350 km/h. At the 92nd Academy Awards, the film received four nominations, including Best Picture and Best Sound Mixing, and won for Best Sound Editing and Best Film Editing. Ginther's NART Ferrari was leading from Parkes, chased by the Fords of Miles and Gurney on the same lap, McLaren a lap behind then Bandini and Andretti two laps back. Fourth, 20 seconds further back, was the first NART Ferrari, of Rodriguez. Porsche also ran three regular 906s in the Sports category, two works entries as well as one for their Paris importer Toto Veuillet. [28][27][38], After 6 hours, heavy rain was pouring down. There was a bit of history to that. With the bitter failure of Ferrari's 330 P3 mirroring the failure of the Ford prototypes the previous year (and with salt rubbed into the wound with Ford's formation finish), the "Ford-Ferrari War" moved into its climactic phase. When the NART P3 retired from 4th with a broken gearbox at 3am, and the Filipinetti car of Mairesse/Müller from 5th an hour later, the Ferrari challenge was spent – there would be no privateer-saviours for the marque this year. The ostensible villain of the first half of Ford v Ferrari: the Scuderia Ferrari … The following year, they won again. [22] It was race-proven too, after winning the Targa Florio the month before. Phil Hill, in the Chaparral, broke up the Ford-Ferrari procession in 10th. When I was called in to change tires, I think Bruce's frustration had reached boiling point, he put his head through the car door and said 'Go like hell!'." 6. So is the automobile itself. Ex-Ferrari engineer Giotto Bizzarrini had fallen out with Renzo Rivolta and with his own company brought his new design, the P538, but still using the 5.3L Chevrolet engine. Taken with critical injuries to the American military hospital at Orléans, he died five days later. Results taken from Quentin Spurring's book, officially licensed by the ACO[61] Class Winners are in Bold text. Pretend to be Christian Bale pretending to be Ken Miles by buying this Superformance GT40 MKII pretending to be a Le Mans race car. Ken Miles takes his Ford through the Mulsanne Hairpin. [4], As Group 7 were ineligible for FIA events, the Automobile Club de l'Ouest (ACO) opened its entry list to Group 3, 4 and 6. Ken was a lap ahead at the finish, that’s true, that’s absolutely, totally, true. All of those guys were real racers. Carroll Shelby: “In 1966, Ford didn’t cost Ken Miles the race at Le Mans, I did, and I regret it to this day. 5. [6] But come race-week it was Gurney who put in the fastest qualifying lap of 3:30.6, a second faster than his stablemates Miles, Gardner and McLaren. And most of all, in 2016, there is no Henry the Deuce, no world-altering grudge match, no Enzo, no Carroll. Alpine, after its poor showing in the previous year, returned with 6 cars. Ford told their cars to drop to 4-minute laps, but Gurney and Miles kept racing hard for the lead. The other Chevy was in Texan Jim Hall's Chaparral 2D. As a result, when I went to Daytona for the 24 hours, paired with Bruce, I suggested to Bruce that we set a fairly conservative pace for the race, and whilst we might be running out of the top three in the early stages, we might be the only one there at the end. 24/10/2019 - 17:01 Unfortunately, their records are lost and they have both passed away. ShareFacebook, Twitter, Google Plus, Pinterest, Email. Racing is no longer a brutally dangerous pastime or the kind of thing that puts whole countries on the edge of their seats. Ford GT40 (Ken Miles) 1966 - 24 Hours of Le Mans 427 Powered GT40 MK II Total Victory at Le Mans , Shelby American Collection Event Poster and the Ford 1966 GT40 SWEEP 1,2,3 Poster of the 24hrs Le Mans Finish. It was during this time that Passino sent John Cowley down to the scorer’s and timer’s tower and told them that we had miscredited a lap on Ken’s car and to take a lap away from that car. Bob Negstad – Senior Project Engineer, Ford Motor Company: “At Le Mans, I was the guy that Jacque Passino sent over to Ken Miles to tell him to back off and let the other guys catch up. The only other source that might have revealed any possibility of an irregularity in the scoring would have been the official Shelby American scorers. Charlie Agapiou: “We thought we had won and we attempted to push the car to the victory stand. The resulting warpath employed everyone from Bruce McLaren to Carroll Shelby and Indy 500 legend A.J. At the finish: "the idea was that the leading GT40s would cross the line together, but in practice, it wasn't possible to have a dead heat. [7], Once again there was rain at the April testing weekend. [26][20] It came after years of struggle, more than a few public failures, and enough burnt cash to refloat the Titanic. Guichet had just spun his Ferrari in the rain and got away when Buchet arrived and crashed his Porsche. The Ford J-car was intended to be the successor to the all-conquering Ford GT40 Mk.II and, despite reliability problems, showed potential in the springtime Le Mans trials. With Matt Damon, Christian Bale, Jon Bernthal, Caitriona Balfe. They ran a good race and did what we had told them to do.”. He was also still recovering from a big accident the previous year and would hand over to Scarfiotti if he got overly tired. Size Chart S M L XL 2XL. Length in 28.51 29.49 30.52 31.5 32.52. Ferrari never won Le Mans again, but Ford wouldn't go back until 2016. It was the final minutes of the 1966 24 Hours of Le Mans, and the race was Ford's to lose.After a long, difficult development and a year's worth of … Production of what would become the ubiquitous Le Mans car had started in late 1964 and the new 911 S model had its ‘boxer’ 6-cylinder engine tuned to 160 bhp. I looked at Leo Beebe and said ‘What do you think ought to happen Leo?’ He said ‘ I don’t know, I’d kind of like to see all three of them cross the finish line together.’, Leo Beebe did not tell me what to say or do so I said: ‘Oh hell, let’s do it that way then,’ not knowing that the French would interpret the rules the way that they did. Remarkably, given British dominance of the race barely a decade earlier, there were only three British cars in this year's race. "I'm disappointed, of course, but what are you going to do about it. 8. British-born Ken Miles was a gifted race car engineer and driver. [6] But the new year started with promise with Ken Miles and Lloyd Ruby winning both the inaugural 24 Hours of Daytona and then 12 Hours of Sebring. Bruce McLaren leads Ken Miles and Dick Hutcherson across the finish line in one of the most controversial finishes in the history of Le Mans. [23], Alfa Romeo, and its works team Autodelta, had withdrawn from racing for a year to prepare a new car for 1967. Bruce McLaren: “When Chris and I first saw our car in the garage, we both immediately agreed that we’d never seen a better-prepared car. I recall it was damp and we were running on intermediate Firestone tires and at 210–220 mph [355 kmh] on the Mulsanne Straight, the tires were shedding tread. We weren't sure who had won initially. Ford v Ferrari (known as Le Mans '66 in the UK and other territories) is a sports drama film distributed by 20th Century Fox, based on the rivalry between Ford and Ferrari for dominance at Le Mans. The piece below is a look back piece from Dave Friedman on the finish of the race which saw controversy surrounding the two Ford GTs gunning for the win, featuring fabulous shots and direct quotes from the key personalities involved. [58] The production was well received critically, attaining a "100%" rating on review aggregate website Rotten Tomatoes.[59]. Ford v. Ferrari tells the story of Carroll Shelby, Ken Miles and their work to help Ford win Le Mans. The Bucknum / Hutcherson Holman & Moody entered Ford moved from ninth starting position to third position at the end of the first hour, and that’s where they eventually finished. These and other questions have been hotly debated by the Shelby American crew, journalists and historians who were at Le Mans in 1966 – for over 40 years now. Surtees was furious and stormed off to Maranello to argue his case with Enzo Ferrari. [14][41][47], In a race of attrition it was fortunate the big teams brought such quantity – only 3 of the 13 Fords finished and only the two GTs finished from the 14 Ferraris entered. They absolutely stole that race from Ken and it’s about time that the truth is told, Ken’s memory deserves that.”. Meanwhile, Miles had been putting in extremely fast laps, breaking the lap record and getting back up to 5th place. Ken Miles, right, and Carroll Shelby deep in conversation at the 1966 Le Mans event Credit: Getty - Contributor “He was a promoter, the one who … On his out-lap Spoerry lost traction and spun at the Esses wrecking the car. Baime[48][49] titled "Go Like Hell"—the words shouted by Bruce McLaren to Chris Amon as they drove to their famous victory. 1966 saw the advent of a completely new set of regulations from the CSI (Commission Sportive Internationale – the FIA's regulations body) – the FIA Appendix J, redefining the categories of motorsport in a numerical list. [8] Copying Ferrari's tactic of overwhelming numbers, they put in fifteen Mark II entrants; eight were accepted by the ACO. I am sure that, after looking at the pictures and reading the quotes by those who were involved with the Ford effort that day, the debate will carry on for another 40 plus years. Victory in the 1966 24 hours of Le Mans should have gone to Ken Miles and Denny Hulme, driving the Ford GT40 Mk II that carried chassis number P/1015. When Dearborn won last year, the world went less than nuts. [13], The British team Alan Mann Racing had two cars prepared by Ford Advanced Vehicles, for Graham Hill/Dick Thompson and John Whitmore/Frank Gardner. We figured that in order to ensure a Ford win and keep those three guys from racing each other to the end, that we would have a dead heat finish. Ferrari didn't insult Ford. It was rumoured that Miles, upset about the team orders, lifted off to allow McLaren to finish a length ahead. The race became the subject of a 2009 book, detailing the race and the famous background rivalry between Enzo Ferrari and Henry Ford II, by A.J. When Ferrari was able to enter a homologated car for 1970, the class they competed in was dominated by the Porsche 917. "What happened to the movie adaptation of "Go Like Hell? Ken Miles is besieged by spectators seeking autographs, and press and photographers wanting to know what happened at the finish. His zodiac sign is Scorpio. But their race preparation had been limited by strike action in Italy. Ken Miles, a racer who at the 1966 Le Mans 24 Hour had already won the 12 Hours of Sebring and the 24 Hours of Daytona, was driving a Ford GT40 MkII alongside Denny Hulme. He aimed for the escape road at the end of the straight, not realising it was blocked by a sandbank, which he hit at about 190 km/h (120 mph). A decision was made in the Ford pits to have the cars finish side by side in what hopefully would be considered a dead heat. Through his work for Carroll Shelby, Miles got involved in Ford's GT racing program. The three cars were driven by up and coming young French single-seater drivers Jean-Pierre Beltoise/Johnny Servoz-Gavin, Jean-Pierre Jaussaud/Henri Pescarolo and Jo Schlesser with Welshman Alan Rees.[24]. [14][41][42][43][44], At their last pitstop, the 7th-placed Porsche of Peter Gregg and Sten Axelsson was stopped by engine problems. [16][8][17], NART also entered a long-tailed P2, rebodied by Piero Drogo and driven by last year's winner Masten Gregory with Bob Bondurant. 2. Porsches now held the next five places and the two Ferrari GTs were 9th and 10th chased by the Alpines. Such was the interest in Group 6 there were 43 prototypes on the starting grid and only 3 GT cars: After 2 years of its 3-year program, Ford had very little to show for its immense investment. 13. At 8 am, a pit-stop for the Filipinetti Ford running 5th spilled petrol on a rear tyre. GT cars were now Group 3 and Prototypes were now Group 6. [14][15], Ferrari's response to the Mk II was the new Ferrari 330 P3. [16][18] Fighting on two fronts, the company also took on Porsche in the 2-litre class with its Dino 206 S with a pair from NART and another for Maranello.

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