The 12 Hours of Reims (official name: 12 Heures internationales de Reims) were a sports car endurance racing series held from 1953 to 1967 at the Reims (Gueux) circuit in the Marne district of the Champagne region in north-eastern France. The 1926 Coupe d’Or was the first 12-hour endurance race held at Reims and is considered to be the direct ancestor of the modern endurance series.
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1952 Ferrari 166 millemiglia berlinetta
- Coachbuilder: Carrozzeria Alfredo Vignale & C.
- Chassis n°: 0244M
- Engine n°: no number
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1954 Autobleu 750 Mille Miles
- Coachbuilder: Carrosserie G.T.R.
- Chassis n°: 195475
- Engine n°: 670-01-1692503
1955 MG MGA
- Coachbuilder: MG
- Chassis n°: 10708
- Engine n°: 18SGUH530
1956 Panhard Monopole X86
- Coachbuilder: Monopole
- Chassis n°: 857976
- Engine n°: unknown