VMF64 (LML/50/8 – not pictured) in the hands of George Abecassis and Lance Macklin was 5th overall and 1st in class and also 1st in Index of Performance. VMF63 (LML/50/7) driven by Reg Parnell and Charles Brackenbury was 2nd in class and 6th overall. Unfortunately VMF65 (LML/50/9) crashed on way to the race and sadly didn’t compete.
All three cars were further raced by the Factory Works team throughout 1950 at Silverstone, Dundrod (Ulster TT) and Shelsey Walsh. VMF64 continued to compete by the factory in 1951 with a fantastic 3rd overall at Le Mans (and again 1st in class) and also in the Alpine Rally. In 1952, it also competed on the Mille Miglia (12th overall, 1st in class) and again on the Alpine Rally in where it came in 15th.
All three 1950 Works cars initially had the 3 part grille common to all the early DB2’s; from 1951 they subsequently received the revised horizontal bar type that they still have today.