Rolex 24 at Daytona, 1992.
The moment that time stands still.
The running start of the 24 Hours of Le Mans, 1958.
The fifth round of the 1968 Can-Am series, the Eleventh Annual Los Angeles Times Grand Prix, held at Riverside International Raceway.
The running start of the 24 Heures du Mans in 1968.
The only Jaguar XK140 FHC to ever race at Le Mans was driven by Robert Walshaw and Peter Bolton, though it got disqualified for refuelling to early.
Also seen is the Jaguar D-Type of Mike Hawthorn and Ivor Bueb.
When Ford took France by storm.
Andrew Cowan and Peter Procter’s Ford Mustang that brought them victory in the touring class during the Tour de France, 1964.
The BMW M1 of Diego Montoya being followed by the recent 12 Hours of Sebring winning Porsche 934 of Wayne Baker, here at Laguna Seca, 1983.
José Froilán González and Juan Manuel Fangio get a clean start with their Maserati A6GCM:s at the French Grand Prix in 1953. They would finish third and second, behind Mike Hawthorn.
The #19 Ferrari 250 GTO of Jean Guichet and Pierre Noblet leads the #22 of ‘Eldé’ and Jean ‘Beurlys’ at Le Mans, 1962.
Deutsche Tourenwagen Meisterschaft, 1985.