In the final battle of the mighty Group C cars, the Peugeot 905Bs would face the Toyota TS010s in the ultimate showdown. With driver line-ups boasting the likes of Eddie Irvine, Andy Wallace, Jan Lammers, Geoff Brabham, Philippe Alliot and more, these teams would dominate the '93 race. This was also the first year of the GT class, and British fans had a trio of the awesome Jaguar XJ220s to cheer on. This enthralling review brings you every vital moment from an historic race, with fantastic trackside camerawork, in-car footage and interviews bringing you all the best action as the story unfolds. The 'live' commentary of Radio Le Mans adds to the drama and excitement, recreating the unmistakable atmosphere of this amazing event - it's almost like being there! Mechanical problems and unfortunate incidents dented the Toyota challenge, clearing the way for Peugeot, under the ever-watchful eye of the remarkable Jean Todt, to score a bittersweet 1-2-3 ahead of its Japanese rivals. The last remaining Jaguar, piloted by Le Mans veteran John Nielsen and British stars David Coulthard and David Brabham celebrated a class win - only to be excluded a fortnight later.