Farewell to an international behemoth

Farewell to an international behemoth

A long way from the spotlight, an iconic constructor quietly bowed out of world motorsport last weekend in Petit Le Mans, ending an era that has spanned six decades and thousands of cars

Everyone at Petit Le Mans last weekend was talking about the end of an era. The 1000-mile enduro was the final race for the Daytona Prototype class, but there was a much more significant curtain-call that was largely overlooked.

The Road Atlanta event was surely the last appearance for Lola in an international motor race of any importance.

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