Think Le Mans 1990, and what springs to mind?
A Silk Cut Jaguar one-two after Martin Brundle switched cars, for sure. Maybe Jesus Pareja collapsing into the arms of his team down at the old signalling pits after his Porsche lost second place with 15 minutes to go. And almost certainly Mark Blundell's big-boost pole lap for Nissan.
What you probably don't recall is that this was a race that the Japanese manufacturer could - and arguably should - have won.