Title: 1993 - 1998
Style: Indie Rock
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The 1993 24 Hours of Le Mans was the 61st Grand Prix of Endurance, and took place on 19 and 20 June 1993. The race was won by Peugeot Talbot Sport, with drivers Geoff Brabham, and Le Mans rookies Éric Hélary and Christophe Bouchut completing 375 laps in their Peugeot 905 Evo 1B. Brabham became just the third Australian to win the French classic after Bernard Rubin in 1928, and Vern Schuppan in 1983.
The 1998 24 Hours of Le Mans was the 66th Grand Prix of Endurance, and took place on 6 and 7 June 1998. 1998 saw a significant increase in manufacturer involvement. Porsche and Mercedes-Benz remained, with upgraded cars in both GT1 and LMP. Toyota sent three of their new, extremely fast GT-One racing cars, while BMW, in association with WilliamsF1, launched the new BMW V12 LM. Nissan sent 4 of their new R390 GT1s.
1. Un Rayo De Sol. 3:13. Tracks 1 to 12 recorded in Madrid between November 1991 and August 1993. Tracks 13 to 20 recorded in San Sebastian in August 1994 at Estudios De Lucas. Other Versions (1 of 1) View All. Cat.
en); 24 Ore di Le Mans 1993 (it); 1993-as Le Mans-i 24 órás verseny (hu); 1993 Le Mans 24 Saat Yarışı (tr) autóverseny (hu); 24-Stunden-Rennen (de); sportseizoen van een (nl). This category has the following 3 subcategories, out of 3 total.
Non championship race. Photos by courtesy of: Jeremy Jackson (42), Jean-Michel Lefebvre (6), Stephane Ragondet Le Mans Motorsport (5), Jean-Charles Colombier (4), Justin Harrington (2) and Maurizio Colella (1). Race added to RSC Photo Gallery: 12/08/2002 Last photo update on this page: 25/05/2012. Sort By: Default Race Numbers Car Names Race Results Grid Positions Qualifying Times Best Lap Times.
Le Mans was a Spanish indie rock band in existence between 1993 and 1998. Having previously toured and released records under the name Aventuras de Kirlian, the group took a new direction as they hired a new member, Gorka Ochoa, to play the drums.
Album, 1985, Columbia Records.
The 1995 24 Hours of Le Mans was the 63rd Grand Prix of Endurance, and took place on June 17 and 18 1995. The 1995 race was won by a McLaren F1 GTR entered in the GT1 category. The car was already well known for dominating the BPR Global GT Series with customer teams, but the car that won was actually the initial GTR prototype that was on loan to Kokusai Kaihatsu Racing. Mario Andretti's Courage finished second, having been the sentimental favourite of many in the run-up to the race
|2||Canción De Puede Ser|
|3||Mi Novela Autobiografica|
|4||Un Rayo De Sol|
|7||Aqui Vivia Yo|
|10||Con Peru En La Playa|
|13||Perezosa Y Tonta|
NotesTracks 1, 3, 7 taken from 'Aquí Vivía Yo'
Tracks 2, 11, 12 taken from 'Saudade'
Tracks 4, 9 taken from 'Le Mans'
Track 5 taken from 'Zerbina '
Track 6 taken from 'Jonathan Jeremiah'
8, 10, 13 taken from 'Entresemana'