My Best looking Le Mans Cars

Taisiya Lavi June 13, 2020

Just a few moments before the world premiere of Le Mans virtual race starts. As you remember the first real Grand Prix of Endurance and Efficiency started in 1923.  Porsche, Audi, and Ferrari are the most impressive leaders in Le Mans. More facts about endurance challenge in Sarte on Everything that you need to know about 24 Hours of Le Mans: winners, cars, traditions, and facts


Today I suggest you please the eyes, let's see the best looking le mans cars. These aren't just the metal with wheels, but alive creatures on wheels. Some of these you've already seen in racing movies, and even not only one time. Do you remember how we saved money for one of these Le Mans cars in Gran Turismo? I gathered all my favorite monsters of endurance' challenge. 


FORD GT40 MKII

The legend! It's debut in 1965 was a disaster, but there was no doubting the speed and  MKII showed its best in La Sarthe the following season, with a 1-2-3. Then Ferrari's run had finally been broken.



photo by Motortrend.com

FORD GT LE MANS 2017

When someone says Ford, then it means a passion to win, a desire to do what you love. This is one of my favorites LeMans cars Ford GT 2017


 PORSCHE 956 (962)

These Le Mans cars 956 and 962 did magic to make Porsche the most successful in Le Mans. No doubts, the history of the 24 Hours would be very different without it.



PORSCHE 911
Another beautiful legend Le Mans car is Porsche  911. The sports car is one of the most recognizable and the most successful Le Mans car of all time. The various versions have made nearly 350 Le Mans starts and scored over 30 class wins from 1966' debut.


By the way, you know that the Porsche 911 is one of the most popular sports car for sale among new drivers?



FERRARI 330 P4
No one can say that P4 was successful, but was a victim of Ford's onslaught cars. But no one can doubt that it's the most beautiful LE Mans car, maybe of all time. In 1967 Ferrari Le Mans car P4  finished second and third. 


AUDI R10 TDI
This Le Man car was the first alternatively-fuelled machine to win and, in its dotage in 2008, starred in one of the greatest Le Mans races ever. What's the movie?

DOME ZERO

Dome means 'child's dream' in Japanese, designed by Minoru Hayashi. This le mans car competed for three years and took its best result in 1980 - in last - but look the unusual look.


I hope you enjoy it, and if not - then write yours in the comments below.
And don't forget, we'll meet this evening at the Le mans virtual Le Mans race.  Stay safe, race at home, watch Le Mans. 

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