At the end of Le Mans, McQueen gestures to a competing driver with two fingers showing outwards. This particular expression originates from ancient war tactics between the French and English. The French were know to cut off the trigger fingers of the English archers, rendering their skill useless. As an act of defiance, whenever English archers had the opportunity, they’d flaunt their two trigger fingers to the French like McQueen did in Le Mans. McQueen didn’t even need to say a word to etch another notch in his lore.