1966_Prince_R380_I

1966 Prince R380-I Winner of 3rd Japan GP: Having been narrowly defeated by Porsche in the 2nd Japan GP (1964), the Prince Motor Co., Ltd. went full-out to develop Japan?s first real racing car. Since the 1965 Japan GP was cancelled, its debut race was the 3rd Japan GP (Fuji) in 1966. The car shown is Y. Sunako?s No.11 car, which defeated Porsche to win the championships. H. Oishi?s R380 (No. 10) came in 2nd place.
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Klaus Graf

Klaus Graf

Klaus Graf

Klaus Graf

Lucas Luhr

Lucas Luhr

Muscle Milk Pickett Racing

Muscle Milk Pickett Racing

Muscle Milk Pickett Racing

Muscle Milk Pickett Racing

Muscle Milk Pickett Racing

Muscle Milk Pickett Racing

Muscle Milk Pickett Racing

Muscle Milk Pickett Racing

Muscle Milk Pickett Racing

Muscle Milk Pickett Racing

Muscle Milk Pickett Racing

Muscle Milk Pickett Racing

Muscle Milk Pickett Racing

Muscle Milk Pickett Racing

Muscle Milk Pickett Racing

Muscle Milk Pickett Racing

Muscle Milk Pickett Racing

Muscle Milk Pickett Racing

Muscle Milk Pickett Racing

Muscle Milk Pickett Racing

Muscle Milk Pickett Racing

Muscle Milk Pickett Racing

Muscle Milk Pickett Racing

Muscle Milk Pickett Racing

Muscle Milk Pickett Racing

Muscle Milk Pickett Racing

Muscle Milk Pickett Racing

Muscle Milk Pickett Racing

Muscle Milk Pickett Racing

Muscle Milk Pickett Racing

Muscle Milk Pickett Racing

Muscle Milk Pickett Racing

Muscle Milk Pickett Racing

Muscle Milk Pickett Racing

Muscle Milk Pickett Racing

Muscle Milk Pickett Racing

Muscle Milk Pickett Racing

Muscle Milk Pickett Racing

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