Ferrari marked its victory at the Le Mans 24 Hours with a parade for its victorious team from its factory through its home town Maranello.
Toyota chairman Akio Toyoda criticised changes to the World Endurance Championship’s Balance of Performance before last week’s Le Mans 24 Hours.
Ferrari claimed their first overall Le Mans 24 Hours win in 58 years after rivals Toyota spun into the barriers in the final two hours.
Ferrari lead the Le Mans 24 Hours by a minute over Toyota with a quarter of the race still remaining.
Peugeot held the lead at the 10-hour mark in the Le Mans 24 Hours after the retirement of one Toyota led to another long Safety Car interruption.
Ferrari sit first and second in the Le Mans 24 Hours after six hours with the number 51 car ahead of the number 50.
Ferrari secured a front row lock-out in hyperpole qualifying for the Le Mans 24 Hours, claiming their first pole in the famous race in half a century.