RACE OF ICONIC CITROEN 2CVS SHOWS' TIN SNAILS' ARE FASTER THAN THEY LOOK

Snetterton, an English race track accustomed to hosting the elite of British motorsport, welcomed a collection of one of France's most iconic vehicles for the annual 24-Hour Citroen 2CV race.

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