These are the most popular Le Mans titles from our back catalogue.
Jaguar at Le Mans 1954-58
This magnificent collection charts the story of the iconic D-Type Jaguar at the world's greatest endurance race from 1954 to 1958. Created by Random Film Productions on behalf of the marque, this is an important and evocative record of some of the most memorable Le Mans races ever seen.
Wonderfully filmed in full colour, and with commentary from such luminaries as Raymond Baxter and Nevil Lloyd, these films feature pre-event build-up and highlights from the 24-hour races, featuring on-track action, rare off-track sequences and, most importantly, the fabulous sights and sounds of Jaguars, Ferraris, Maseratis, Aston Martins, Mercedes and more tackling the Circuit de la Sarthe.
Le Mans 1999
Le Mans saw the overdue demise of the GT1 class in 1999, with cars like Toyota’s GT-One TS020 now more appropriately categorised as prototypes.
Newcomers Audi entered two works supported teams in the form of Audi Sport Team Joest and Audi Sport UK – the start of a long and fruitful association with the race for the German manufacturer.
As one German sportscar manufacturer arrived another departed: Porsche followed up their 1998 triumph by taking a break from Le Mans which was to last until 2014.
Le Mans 2003
Le Mans 2003. The greatest endurance race in the world. The scene is set, with crowds larger than for a World Cup match, among them 50,000 fans from the UK. They’ve motored down to the Circuit de la Sarthe in the Loire Valley on a mission: to witness the Bentley Boys bring home the bacon after a gap of 73 years. They are not to be disappointed. Three years of painstaking preparation by the Bentley team is rewarded with a magnificent 1-2. The sheer consistency of the No. 7 and 8 Bentleys grinds out their domination over the Audi R8s, unbeatable over the previous 5 years.