Defining the most beautiful car is impossible, so it must be searched in a "historical" way through the knowledge of the Championships and the drivers who drove these beasts. First and foremost is the Beta Montecarlo of the Valle family, a car in which Gilles Villeneuve participated in the Giro d'Italia in 1979 and it is said that he was disqualified because he used the highway in a transfer.

Behind each car is a story, such as the Peugeot 905 Evo 1 Bis representing the French manufacturer's transition from the rally world to the endurance world, the Bentley Speed 8 in which Dindo Capello won the 24H of Le Mans in 2003. However, the paddock is full of drivers and personalities, starting with Zak Brown patron of Mc Laren, Emmanuel Collard and many others, but the cars make history, the Maserati MC12s that have won everything at every latitude, a pity not to have seen them at Le Mans, the Ford GT 40, developed by Carrol Shelby together with Ken Miles, a test driver who contributed heavily to the car's development.

Also on the track were the Jaguar JXR 10 in Castrol livery that competed in the IMSA championship in America, the JXR 9s in Silk Cut by TWR livery, the car that brought victory at the 24H of Le Mans back to the British manufacturer after 31 years.