1964, 24 Hours of Montjuich (10th edition)

Race report (https://www.facebook.com/Curiositatsdelpassat/videos/1084214708327527/?v=1084214708327527), it is worth appreciating the active safety in action (00m45s and 01m12s), other times...


ROVENA 250cc crewed by Jordi Salas and Josep Raja, qualified in 19th place


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The 1964 edition of the 24 Hours of Montjuich took place on the 11th and 12th of July, organized by Penya Motorista Barcelona and scoring for the FIM Resistance Trophy.


Riders from different countries fought each other to achieve the best result in the prestigious race:


Geral:

1º - Bruno Spaggiari (Italy) / Giuseppe Mandolini (Italy) - DUCATI 285 - 635 voltas - 2.407,062 km

2º - Peter Darvill (United Kingdom) / Norman Price (United Kingdom) - BMW - 630 voltas - 2.389,693 km

3º - Sicari Carlos (Spain) / Pere Millet (Spain) - MONTESA - 629 voltas - 2.384,977 km

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125cc:

1º - J. Tàrrega (Spain) / Japonès II (Spain) - BULTACO - 559 voltas - 2.119,177 km

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250cc:

1º - Sicari Carlos (Spain) / Pere Millet (Spain) - MONTESA - 629 voltas - 2.384,977 km

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Superior:

1º - Bruno Spaggiari (Italy) / Giuseppe Mandolini (Italy) - DUCATI 285 - 635 voltas - 2.407,062 km

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Presentation of the DUCATI 24 Horas, inspired by the winning motorcycle of this edition of the competition and produced in Spain by MOTOTRANS under license from the Italian brand