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24 Hours of Le Mans

Date Winners
June 24-25, 1950 Louis Rosier and Jean-Louis Rosier
June 11-12, 1955 Louis Rosier and Jean-Louis Rosier
June 25-26, 1960 Olivier Gendebien and Paul Frère
June 10-11, 1961 Olivier Gendebien and Phil Hill
June 15-16, 1963 Ludovico Scarfiotti and Lorenzo Bandini
June 20-21, 1964 Jean Guichet and Nino Vaccarella
June 19-20, 1965 Jochen Rindt, Masten Gregory and Ed Hugus
June 18-19, 1966 Bruce McLaren and Chris Amon
September 28-29, 1968 Pedro Rodríguez and Lucien Bianchi
June 10-11, 1978 Jean-Pierre Jaussaud and Didier Pironi
June 11-12, 1988 Jan Lammers, Johnny Dumfries, and Andy Wallace
June 10-11, 1989 Jochen Mass, Manuel Reuter and Stanley Dickens
June 15-16, 1996 Davy Jones, Manuel Reuter, and Alexander Wurz
June 13-14, 2009 David Brabham, Marc Gené, and Alexander Wurz

12 Hours of Sebring

Date Winners
March 24, 1956 Eugenio Castellotti and Juan Manuel Fangio
March 21, 1959 Phil Hill, Dan Gurney, Chuck Daigh, and Olivier Gendebien
March 25-26, 1960 Olivier Gendebien and Hans Herrmann
March 24-25, 1961 Phil Hill and Olivier Gendebien
March 23-24, 1962 Lucien Bianchi and Joakim Bonnier
March 22-23, 1963 John Surtees and Ludovico Scarfiotti
March 26, 1966 Ken Miles and Lloyd Ruby
March 23, 1968 Jo Siffert and Hans Herrmann
March 22, 1969 Jacky Ickx and Jackie Oliver
March 21, 1970 Ignazio Giunti, Nino Vaccarella, and Mario Andretti
March 24, 1973 Hurley Haywood, Peter Gregg, and Dave Helmick
March 17-19, 1977 George Dyer and Brad Frisselle
March 17-19, 1979 Bob Akin, Rob McFarlin, and Roy Woods
March 20-22, 1980 John Fitzpatrick and Dick Barbour
March 21, 1981 Bruce Leven, Hurley Haywood, and Al Holbert
March 20, 1982 John Paul Sr. and John Paul Jr.
March 19, 1983 Wayne Baker, Jim Mullen, and Kees Nierop
March 21, 1987 Bobby Rahal and Jochen Mass
March 15-18, 1989 Geoff Brabham, Arie Luyendyk, and Chip Robinson
March 17, 1990 Bob Earl and Derek Daly
March 16, 1991 Derek Daly, Geoff Brabham, and Gary Brabham
March 21, 1992 Juan Manuel Fangio II and Andy Wallace
March 20, 1993 Juan Manuel Fangio II and Andy Wallace
March 19, 2016 Pipo Derani, Scott Sharp, Ed Brown, and Johannes van Overbeek
March 17, 2018 Pipo Derani, Johannes van Overbeek, and Nicolas Lapierre

24 Hours of Daytona

Date Winners
February 4-5, 1967 Lorenzo Bandini and Chris Amon
February 1-2, 1969 Mark Donohue and Chuck Parsons
January 31-February 1, 1970 Pedro Rodríguez, Leo Kinnunen, and Brian Redman
January 30-31, 1971 Pedro Rodríguez and Jackie Oliver
February 6, 1972 Mario Andretti and Jacky Ickx
February 1-2, 1975 Peter Gregg and Hurley Haywood
January 31-February 1, 1976 Peter Gregg, Brian Redman, and John Fitzpatrick
February 5-6, 1977 Hurley Haywood, John Graves and Dave Helmick
February 4-5, 1978 Peter Gregg, Rolf Stommelen, and Toine Hezemans
February 5-6, 1979 Hurley Haywood, Ted Field and Danny Ongais
February 2-3, 1980 Rolf Stommelen, Volkert Merl, and Reinhold Joest
February 4-5, 1984 Sarel van der Merwe, Tony Martin, and Graham Duxbury
February 2-3, 1985 A. J. Foyt, Bob Wollek, Al Unser, and Thierry Boutsen
February 2-3, 1991 Hurley Haywood, John Winter, Frank Jelinski, Henri Pescarolo, and Bob Wollek
January 27-28, 2018 João Barbosa, Filipe Albuquerque, and Christian Fittipaldi
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