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
Jochen Mass and Klaus Ludwigs #86 Porsche 962 at the 24 Hours of Daytona in 1987. They did not finish.
The winning Porsche 956 B at Le Mans, 1985. The winning trio was Klaus Ludwig, Paolo Barilla and Louis Krages ‘John Winter’.
The finish of the 24 Heures du Mans in 1973. In first, Henri Pescarolo and Gérard Larrouse’s Matra-Simca MS670B, in third, Jean-Pierre Jaussaud and Jean-Pierre Jabouille’s Matra-Simca MS670B and in fourth, Herbert Müller and Gijs van Lennep’s Porsche 911 Carrera
McLaren F1 GTR action at the 1995 24 Heures du Mans.
Porsche 911 S:s at Targa Florio, 1970.
A mixture of everyday European cars, big American cars, small sports cars and powerful GT cars line up for the 1958 Gran Premio de Cuba. The race will always be remembered as the time Fidel Castro had Juan Manuel Fangio
The winning Porsche 911 Carrera RSR of Peter Gregg, Hurley Haywood and Dave Helmick at the 12 Hours of Sebring, 1973.
Billy Coleman and Ronan Morgan in their Porsche 911 SC RS at the Circuit of Ireland during the Irish Rally Championship in 1985.
A Porsche 908/03, driven by Leo Kinnunen and Pedro Rodríguez during the World Sportscar Championship at Targa Florio, 1970. They finished second overall.