Other LGHA vehicle highlights included the dominant 1927 Delage 15 S-8 grand prix racer, plus the 1927 Voisin Montlhery record-breaking car, as well as the Sebring 12 Hours-winning Jaguar D-Type, the extraordinary ex-Le Mans 1966 CD-Peugeot LM66, plus a strong selection of Group B rally cars, plenty of Ferraris, Formule France single-seaters, and a wide cross-section of competition cars and motorcycles from all ages and motorsport disciplines.
Away from the historic competition machines at the LGHA, a large display of vehicles from many classic car and bike clubs were also in attendance, supported by a special supercar and performance GT display, plus a dedicated area for new cars and motorcycle manufacturers.
Local Paris-based auction house Maison Aguttes held its inaugural LGHA historic vehicle auction in the heart of the Autodrome, with mixed results, selling the 2003 Maserati 4200 Trofeo Light ‘Spirit of Houston’ competition racer for £242,000, almost £80,000 over its top estimate. A sticking 1958 Lotus Eleven S2 sold for £116,000, with a competition Lancia-Autobianchi Y10 Turbo making just under £16,000! The LGHA also added a new-for-2017 autojumble, with numerous elusive parts to be found.