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Stanley Dickens


Stanley Dickens

Stanley Dickens (born 7 May 1952 in Färila) is a Swedish race car driver who won the Le Mans 24 hours in 1989 driving a Sauber C9-Mercedes.[1][2]


  1. ^ Schweizer glänzt bei 24 Stunden von Le Mans - News Sport: Weitere Sportarten -
  2. ^ Swedish GT Series

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Sporting positions
Preceded by
Jan Lammers
Johnny Dumfries
Andy Wallace
Winner of the 24 Hours of Le Mans
1989 with:
Jochen Mass
Manuel Reuter
Succeeded by
John Nielsen
Price Cobb
Martin Brundle

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