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Last weekend, the 89th running of the famed 24 Hours of Le Mans took place in France and a pair of Ferraris dominated the GTE classes for the AF Corse team. One of those vehicles, the No. 51 Ferrari 488 GTE sped to victory riding on wheels from U.S.-based Rotiform, a company that enjoys a technical partnership with Ferrari GT Racing.

Alessandro Pier Guidi, James Calado, and Côme Ledogar led the team to victory in its final hours in the LMGTE PRO class.

AF Corse’s No. 83 Ferrari 488 GTE also visited the winner’s circle after drivers François Perrodo, Nicklas Nielsen, and Alessio Rovera led the charge in the LMGTE AM category.

Of course, you don’t have to drive a Ferrari to snag a set of Rotiform wheels. A full range can be seen at Wheel Pros.

You could also check out my dismal performance behind the wheel of a Ferrari F430 below…

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