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The motor race Skarpnäcksloppet in Stockholm in 1952. The cars are lined up at the starting line ready for the race.

Although the cars were not as fast as today's racing cars, they were definitely less safe, which made racing in the 50's an extremely dangerous sport. Poor protective equipment and a car construction with low safety caused several serious accidents.

In 1955 during the world-famous racing competition Le Mans The worst accident ever in the history of motorsport happened when a car flew off the track and crashed into the sea of ​​spectators. After these incidents, safety awareness increased and both the cars, the tracks and the protective equipment improved.

Photography: Svenska Dagbladet, Gunnar Lantz Created1952 | Publisher: Stockholm City Museum | Property ID: SSMSVD034686 | Copyright: CC-BY 

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