From the current Classic & Sportscar September 06 "In 1965 one of the NART entries, the 250 LM Ferrari of Masten Gregory and the young Jochen Rindt, was plagued with electical problems and fell away down the field. The Heinz Pruller's biography of Rindt is that, as the LM lay in the pits during yet another unscheduled stop, Jochen decided it wasn't going to move again, changed out of his overalls and was driving off in his hire car when Gregory stopped him and persuaded him back in to the race. Then, helped by the collapse of the Ford team and the works Ferrari's, they clambered up the field to score Ferrari's final Le Mans win. Ed Hugus always maintained that, when Rindt could not be found during the night, Chinetti told him to put on a crash hat and jump in the car for a two hour stint while they looked for Jochen- so Ed was a Le Mans winner too. His name appears in none of the official results or press reports, and Chinetti was presumably keen to keep it quiet, for they could have been disqualified. But in post race photographs Hugus can be seen riding on the car wit the mechanics. With Ed's passing, all the players who could confirm or deny the story are now gone. But Ed, a modest man wit ha fine race career of his own under his belt, would have no reason to make this up." Does anyone have any opinion/knowledge on this? It wouldn't have been the first time Ferrari or NART have bent the rules! Forza Ferrari!!!!!