Robert Savary had accumulated a considerable experience by they time it presented his 1910 biplane. His second powered design -he had two previous failures with gliders-, it was a development and scaled-up version of the first one. Like the latter, it was a sort of Wright Flyer copy. More “Wright”, in fact: his 1910 biplane employed also Wright’s twin propellers driven by a single engine (60 hp ENV) configuration.
The biplane was shown at the 1910 Reims Meeting where it proved to be, like all Savary’s designs, a rather heavy contraction.
Photo take at the Meeting. Three examples were entered, but only the one flown by André Frey appeared, rather poorly. In this cute photo next to a real racehorse: the Blériot XI flown by Alfred Leblanc who took first place in the Gordon Bennett Trophy qualifications.