Thats right, good observation. But not exact. I am not sure about static rideheights, I know that had not to be lower than 100mm. The teams did cheat on that back in the day, but thats another thing. I want to write about how rideheights changed dynamically and what did it tell about cars physics/setups. First of all, I suppose there might have been differences between K and LH rideheights, might have had slightly different rakes, or perhaps it also could have been visual illusion due to bodywork, 917K was neutral, but that white LH does look like it might have had little bit rake, with nose slightly lower. But that is not all. First of all, different suspension setup. I think it could be told from this pic that #20 had much softer rear suspension, most likely to maximize rear traction. Well it also obviously accelerates there more aggressively, but it also might do it because it has setup that allows it better comparing to others. The LH looks neutral, but it is hard to tell looking purely from front angle at it. Speed is minimal there, so of course aerodynamics aren't doing anything significant there. There speed is higher, aerodynamics have some effect. But rideheights looks very similar, with K perhaps having a bit higher front. There they are at high speed where aerodynamics are very significant. Obviously K has rearwards aero pressure distribution and LH has rearwards aero distribution. While downforce/lift combination can influence this backwards or forwards pitch, the drag also could influence the pitch, especially for 917K. Aero loads distribution combining with soft suspension creates these effects. This one I included because it gives impression of LH having a bit of rake. Also it shows that #20 and #21 has different amounts of squat, obviously they must have used a bit different stiffness suspension setups. The same can be seen in the movie with Ferraris, one of them had insane amount of rideheight rise in the straight, at least at front end for sure, while others had less. Drivers in the teams simply used slightly different aerodynamic bits and in general - setups. I remember Gurney told in the interview about 1967 GT40MK2, that they would keep on tweaking rear spoiler till they were able to take Muslanne kink flat out. I wish Lemans would have never added chicanes in the straight, it kind of ruined this importance of lowdrag, which has been missign so much in motorsports since. Motorsports are ruled by aerodynamicists. Anyway, sorry to bother you guys. I think it is just some interesting thing to talk about.