Hope their new project, that they announced for 2021 will be better, better enough to score at least.
From what I understand, pit's were open, just that the red light was on at the end of the pit lane, so the #7 and one the AM Porsches had to wait. Unless I missed something I'm not sure.
This is from Hindaugh:
The pit exit is standard procedure until the next safety car train passes, not sure I've seen the entry closed before (especially since the incident was nowhere near).
I've got through the full compliment of commentators now, this year's winner is the world feed. McNish is a great commentator, enthusiastic and knowledgeable, he and Graham Goodwin do a good job of keeping Martin Haven in check too.
Radio Le Mans are a solid 2nd choice, great passion for endurance racing but they still miss too much by having everybody focused on the timing screens. Eurosport are having a shocker, the lead commentator sounds happy to be there though, so that is nice.
#7 Toyota in the pits with a turbo issue, could be a while...👎
Exhaust headers are being replaced on the right side of the #7 Toyota engine.
They are putting a new turbo in it, and Kamui is getting back into the car.
At least it gave the Rebellions a chance to catch up and make the race at the top a bit more interesting, instead of it being a two donkey race.
Only Finn in the race and this happens.
Poor Vilander the #63 have had their issues so far unfortunately, far from smooth running. It's making its way back, but a rear right puncture has started to shred the bodywork to add insult to injury. All from an incident that wasn't of their making it seemed.