Audi made history at the Le Mans 24 hour race, with the R18 car becoming the first hybrid vehicle to win the endurance event.
Three and easy —
Defending champion Andre Lotterer guided the car over the finish line, as Audi completed a clean sweep of the podium places.
Doctor's dominance —
Audi motorsport director Dr. Wolfgang Ullrich, left, celebrates on the podium with his drivers after the team's victory in the 80th edition of the race.
Driving through dusk —
The Audi R18 Etron Quattro speeds around the Circuit de la Sarthe in north-west France as the sun goes down on Saturday.
McNish's mean machine —
The Audi R18 Etron Quattro of Allan McNish, Rinaldo Cappello and Tom Kristensen in action as the race moved into the night.
Pit stop —
Lotterer looks on during one of his breaks from driving in the race, which would end with Audi's 11th win in 13 years.
Disaster for Davidson —
Toyota driver Anthony Davidson, seen here signing autographs pre-race, was involved in a horrific crash during the race. The Briton broke his back, and admitted he felt lucky to be alive after the incident.
Pit crew prepare —
Davidson's Toyota team perform a pit stop. He was one of several ex-Formula One drivers who took part in the race.
Relief for Romain —
Frenchman Romain Dumas, the race winner in 2010, managed to guide his Audi back to the pitlane after surviving a crash. His team finished fifth overall.
Family affair —
Britain's Martin Brundle, who spent 12 years competing in F1, drove the Greaves Motorsports Zytek Nissan as he competed alongside his son Alex on Father's Day.