The 24 Hours of Le Mans, the pinnacle of endurance racing, has seen many legendary manufacturers achieve greatness on its challenging circuit. Here’s a look at the manufacturers with the most wins at Le Mans, ranked in descending order:

Porsche (19 wins)
Porsche leads the pack with a remarkable 19 victories. Their dominance began in 1970 and continued with notable wins in the 1980s, 1990s, and a recent streak in the mid-2010s.

Audi (13 wins)
Audi’s success story at Le Mans is characterized by their innovative use of diesel and hybrid technology. Their first win came in 2000, and they amassed 13 wins by 2014.

Ferrari (9 wins)
Ferrari’s golden era at Le Mans was during the 1950s and 1960s. Their first win was in 1949, with their most recent in 1965.

Jaguar (7 wins)
Jaguar dominated in the 1950s with five wins and added two more in the late 1980s.

Bentley (6 wins)
Bentley’s victories are split between their early dominance in the 1920s and a comeback win in 2003.

Toyota (5 wins)
Toyota has become a modern powerhouse at Le Mans, with consecutive wins from 2018 to 2022.

Alfa Romeo (4 wins)
Alfa Romeo claimed their victories in the early 1930s, marking an era of pre-war dominance.

Ford (4 wins)
Ford’s famous victories came in the late 1960s, breaking Ferrari’s dominance with four consecutive wins from 1966 to 1969.

Matra (3 wins)
Matra achieved a hat-trick of wins from 1972 to 1974, showcasing French engineering prowess.

Peugeot (3 wins)
Peugeot secured their wins in the early 1990s and added another in 2009.

Mercedes-Benz (2 wins)
Mercedes-Benz has two wins, with their notable victories coming in 1952 and 1989.

Bugatti (2 wins)
Bugatti’s wins came in the pre-war era, specifically in 1937 and 1939.

Lagonda (1 win)
Lagonda claimed victory in 1935, marking their place in Le Mans history.

BMW (1 win)
BMW secured a memorable win in 1999.

McLaren (1 win)
McLaren’s sole victory came in 1995 with their F1 GTR.

Aston Martin (1 win)
Aston Martin’s victory in 1959 remains a significant achievement for the brand.

Talbot (1 win)
Talbot won in 1950, marking a historic moment for the manufacturer.

Chenard-Walcker (1 win)
Chenard-Walcker won the inaugural Le Mans in 1923.

Delahaye (1 win)
Delahaye claimed victory in 1938.

Rondeau (1 win)
Rondeau’s victory in 1980 was unique as it was achieved by a privateer team.

These manufacturers have left an indelible mark on the history of the 24 Hours of Le Mans, showcasing engineering excellence, innovation, and the relentless pursuit of victory.

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