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Ferrari 166 MM (1949) Ferrari's first entry at the first post-war running of the 24 Hours also provided its first win. In 1949, the pretty little V12 overcame bigger-engined pre-war opposition, with Luigi Chinetti driving for 22 hours alongside entrant Lord Selsdon. Post-war technology had arrived.

Ferrari 166 MM (1949) Ferrari's first entry at the first post-war running of the 24 Hours also provided its first win. In 1949, the pretty little V12 overcame bigger-engined pre-war opposition, with Luigi Chinetti driving for 22 hours alongside entrant Lord Selsdon. Post-war technology had arrived.

sports racing le-mans 1970 | Jacky Ickx (Works Ferrari #5) ahead of the "hippie" Porsche of ...

sports racing le-mans 1970 | Jacky Ickx (Works Ferrari #5) ahead of the "hippie" Porsche of ...

1972 Le Mans WINNER  Graham Hill / Henri Pescarolo

1972 Le Mans WINNER Graham Hill / Henri Pescarolo

Alfa 8C 2300  The Earl Howe/Tim Birkin victory in 1931, after overcoming the Mercedes of three times its capacity, heralded the first of four consecutive wins for the iconic 2.3. The narrow Tazio Nuvolari/Raymond Sommer win in 1933 was perhaps the car's greatest.

Alfa 8C 2300 The Earl Howe/Tim Birkin victory in 1931, after overcoming the Mercedes of three times its capacity, heralded the first of four consecutive wins for the iconic 2.3. The narrow Tazio Nuvolari/Raymond Sommer win in 1933 was perhaps the car's greatest.

Ferrari 512S (de Fierlandt/Walker) Le Mans 1970

Ferrari 512S (de Fierlandt/Walker) Le Mans 1970

Rondeau M379 B 003, Le Mans 24 Hours, 1980. - Engine: 2993cc Ford Cosworth DFV / N/A V8/90° 4V DOHC, Heini Mader Racing Components. Drivers: Jean Rondeau / Jean-Pierre Jaussaud (winner).

Rondeau M379 B 003, Le Mans 24 Hours, 1980. - Engine: 2993cc Ford Cosworth DFV / N/A V8/90° 4V DOHC, Heini Mader Racing Components. Drivers: Jean Rondeau / Jean-Pierre Jaussaud (winner).

Ickx/Redman Ferrari 312PB, 24 heures du Mans 1973

Ickx/Redman Ferrari 312PB, 24 heures du Mans 1973

Ferrari 250 GT (1959-61)  A car that appeared in various forms, the 250 GT was a stalwart of the GT classes in the late 1950s and early 1960s. It was reliable too. Versions took a hat-trick of GT wins between 1959-1961, as well as two fine third places overall

Ferrari 250 GT (1959-61) A car that appeared in various forms, the 250 GT was a stalwart of the GT classes in the late 1950s and early 1960s. It was reliable too. Versions took a hat-trick of GT wins between 1959-1961, as well as two fine third places overall

Ferrari 512  The Scuderia's wailing five-litre V12 512S prototype was built to take on Porsche's 917 in 1970 - and later modified to M-spec. The car won at Sebring, but could only manage fourth at Le Mans. Vanquished by Porsche on track, its sublime looks and starring role in Steve McQueen's epic Le Mans warrant its inclusion here

Ferrari 512 The Scuderia's wailing five-litre V12 512S prototype was built to take on Porsche's 917 in 1970 - and later modified to M-spec. The car won at Sebring, but could only manage fourth at Le Mans. Vanquished by Porsche on track, its sublime looks and starring role in Steve McQueen's epic Le Mans warrant its inclusion here

1972 Le Mans. #14 Matra-Simca MS670 driven by François Cevert & Howden Ganley finished in second place after 333 laps.

1972 Le Mans. #14 Matra-Simca MS670 driven by François Cevert & Howden Ganley finished in second place after 333 laps.

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