René Arnoux, Justin Bell and Bertrand Balas Dodge Viper RT/10 at full speed next to the pits of Le Mans, 1994. They finished 12th, 71 laps behind the winners.
Gerhard Berger scores his first win, and also Benettons first, by winning the 1986 Mexican Grand Prix with the Benetton B186. His Pirelli tyres lasted the race throughout, compared to the competitors Goodyears, allowing him not to pit and ease in some 25 seconds ahead of Alain Prost.
The Cunningham C-5R of Phil Walters and John Fitch, driving for third at Le Mans in 1953.
The start of the 12 Hours of Sebring, 8th of march, 1952.
The Ford GT40 of Pedro Rodríguez and Lucien Bianchi storms down the Mulsanne straight to win the
24 Heures du Mans in 1968.
Behind are the #57 and #55 Alpine A210:s of A. LeGuellec / A. Serpaggi and J-P. Nicolas / J-C. Andruet, as well as the Porsche 911 T/R of C. Laurent / J-C. Ogier.
Keke Rosberg, Williams FW09, 1984.
Paddy Driver, the South African privateer, finished third in the 500cc Championship behind the mighty MV Agustas in 1965.
Peter Collins with his Ferrari Dino 206 S about to take of before the Sussex Trophy Goodwood, 1958. He would finish second, behind the Aston Martin DBR2 of Stirling Moss.
Jim Clark in a Lotus 33 during the French Grand Prix at Clermont-Ferrand, 1965.
The Toyota Supra GT LM of Masanori Sekiya, Masami Kageyama and Hidetoshi Mitsusada. They participated in the
24 Heures du Mans in 1996 but failed to finish due to an accident.