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Ruan Manuel Fangio is an Argentine driver who dominated the car-racing of the 50s. His talent is such as he wins 5 Worldchampion titles with 4 different teams. In 1955, he makes a bracket in his Formula 1 season to participate in LeMans 24 Hours at the wheel of Mercedes-Benz 300SLR. Just running behind Pierre Levegh's carthat is at the origin of the terrible accident which killed 80 people, he narrowly escapes the drama. 

He is represented here in one of his favorite positions which we can observe on numerous original pictures, that is to say, hands on the hips and holding his helmet. We notice details of his watch. 

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