Let's say you're a rich, Le Mans-obsessed car owner in Japan. What do you drive on the weekends, a Toyota Crown Comfort? Of course not. You drive your Porsche 962C. Naturally, you also have a friend whose track-day car is a Mazda 767B.
Though some of the younger whippersnappers among us may not remember it, the Porsche 962C was one of the winningest race cars in all of the 1980s. It absolutely dominated. And with this beautiful picture of what appears to be a modified version of the Rothmans livery, it can dominate your heart as well.
Who among us is living the dream like that Japanese man who drives a Porsche 962C? He fell in love with the car watching endurance racing in the 1980s, and when he got the chance to actually own one later in life, he went for it. And he doesn't just keep it sequestered in a garage, either — he drives it all over Japan.
Even though Audi has been the dominant name at Le Mans for the last decade, the undisputed king is still Porsche with 16 overall wins.