Scoreboard: Who Won Jul. 3, 1964

> France's Jean Guichet and Italy's Nino Vaccarella: the Twenty-Four Hours of Le Mans, pushing their bloodred, 320-h.p. Ferrari prototype 2,915.8 miles at an average speed of 121.49 m.p.h. over the 8.3-mile circuit southwest of Paris. The much-touted duel between Ferrari and Ford turned out to be a bust when none of the three new Ford racers—first team entry by a major U.S. manufacturer at Le Mans since 1928—managed to finish. California's Dan Gurney and Bob Bondurant saved a scrap of prestige for the U.S., placing fourth overall and winning the...

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