Racing in the 20s

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"Commercial considerations are fundamentally incompatible with revolutionary ideas" - Gabriel Voisin (1880-1973)

Gabriel Voisin became known in the aviation industry as a manufacturer of Europa's first motorized and controllable aircraft. After the First World War, Voisin diversified into the automotive industry and built top-performing passenger cars during the 20s and 30s. 

Voisin won the "Grand Prix de Tourisme" in 1922 in Lyon with a C3 touring road car. The organizers felt offended by Voisin's somewhat liberal interpretation of the race's regulations and banned him from participating in the competition the following year. Voisin responded by designing an even faster, more superior car that came to be called the Voisin C6 Laboratoire and whose instrument panel can be seen in this photo. 

Photographer: Unknown | Created: 1920th Century | Copyright: CC-PDM

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