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Well, that’s the 87th 24 Hours of Le Mans consigned to the history books.
Congratulations to all the class winners, and commiserations to those...
#8 Toyota win LMP1, and win outright!
#36 Signatech Alpine win LMP2!
#51 AF Corse win GTE Pro!
#85 Keating Motorsports win GTE Am!
Which may be less come the finish, if only for a possible “photo finish”.
Last 15 minutes.
Last time by, #8 did 3:24.0.
#7 did 3:19.7! Lopez is on a mission.
No final break damn it Kirby! :irked:
It’s leaving a long 11 out of Arnage, and pretty much everywhere else on the way to the pits.
#8 takes the lead! What a turnaround! :eek:
Just one hour left on the clock.
#7 Toyota going slow. Sounds like the hybrid system’s gone...
Looks like he spun the tyres again serving the stop-and-go...
#56 Porsche is lapping around 4 seconds faster than the #85 Ford. The gap is currently 44 seconds.
A fight for GTE Am honours might well be on...
Funny how FCY was made available to avoid what happened last year with the #92 Porsche, only for it to effectively happen again this year with the...
Lucky boy. :scared:
Edit: actually scratch that he hit the wall after spinning.
It looked like de Vries had a small moment going through the kink, and simply ran out of road trying to shave off the speed – the prototypes don’t...
#29 Jumbo’s gone off at Indianapolis hard.
Yet another safety car period as it limps back to the garage.
Hmm. Seems the #32 dropped something...
Heading into the final quarter, it doesn’t feel like we’ve already done 18 hours of racing.
#3 Rebellion’s binned it at Porsche Curves.