UK: MG back at Le Mans in Rover race for recovery
MG returns to the Le Mans 24-hour race next year for the first time since 1965 as part of a recovery drive by its British carmaker parent Rover. The last time the legendary British sports car name took to the famous northern France track, British racing supremo Paddy Hopkirk's MGB took second place in his class with an average 98.2 miles per hour.
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