Pierre Veyron

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Pierre Veyron (1 October 1903 – 1970) was a Grand Prix motor racing driver active from 1933 through until 1953. He enrolled at university to study engineering but was convinced to take up racing by a friend; Henri Labataille, a mechanical engineer from Pau, was very active in motor car racing and flying and supported his countrymen. He is best remembered for his 1939 win at the 24 Hours of Le Mans, driving a Bugatti Type 57 with Jean-Pierre Wimille. He died in Èze in 1970.

Today, Bugatti Automobiles SAS' revival of the marque uses Veyron's name on its first car, the Bugatti Veyron.


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