Sometimes it helps to get away from the V8 roar and to remember that there are many different options available for going fast. Sounds like heresy coming from us, we know, but there are all sorts of ways to get your kicks. After watching a Craigslist refugee Saturn sedan lay waste to an autocross weekend, I’m all but certain that there is no wrong way to enjoy the automotive scene. You certainly could do worse than the lineup that we bring to you from the Dix Mille Tours racing weekend held at Circuit Paul Ricard in southeastern France. These are the dream cars for the sports car crowd, the names that are embedded into the annals of automotive legacy for many different reasons, namely as it’s the height of the breed. Alfa Romeos, Bizzarrinis, Jaguars and Porsches dicing it up with Ferraris the likes of which are beyond sought after, they’re almost mythical. Even the one known replica is a rebodied Ferrari and would be worth a mint. You can also see an AC Bristol, the base car that Carroll Shelby dosed with steroids to creat the Cobra with, all making great use of Paul Ricard’s beyond stunning surfaces.