McLaren - in the late stages, on slicks, the #7 Peugeot made up a second or two every lap on the Audi - it wasn't that bad, just very slippery into the PS chicanes. As for the stops, they couldn't have done less - it's not choice. They finished on the same lap only very late in the race, after the Aston slowed down. By the same token, the #7 Peugeot managed to finish on the same lap... Aston won, and that's good. These three were absolute rubbish. The Euskadi, I don't see what people see in them - they may be beautiful, but they're bricks compared to the top cars. As for the Tokai, it's a disgrace - their qualifying lap was slower than LMGT1 cars, and their race-pace was worse than what the LMGT2 cars managed. And by not spending four minutes in the gravel waiting for a tow... Or by having absolutely zero problems during a whole race. For this, I give the three drivers of the #2 Audi incredible respect - they managed to drive without a single real error, and the car had zero mechanical problems.