Dunlop is at the forefront of competitive tire design, with its victories in the FIA World Endurance Championship and the 24 Hours of Le Mans 2018, but the tire company also recognizes the importance of the legacy of motorsport. Dunlop’s first victory at Le Mans was in 1924 and his tires have been used to win major races every decade since then. Far from being resigned to museums and private collections, a growing number of these important historical cars are back on the tracks. To address this growth of historic car competitions, Dunlop has highlighted its commitment to the sector by increasing the range of its historic tires by more than 50% since 2017. Dunlop now has 55 different tires in its historical catalog, covering a wide range of racing cars that goes from the 20s to the early 70s, but with additional specifications for new cars.