Le Mans 24hr: No leadership changes between between 03:00 and 06:00

Le Mans 24hr: No leadership changes between between 03:00 and 06:00

The race was much calmer between 03:00 and 06:00 than it was the three preceding hours, with no leader changes.


LMP1

The #7 Toyota TS050 Hybrid driven by José María López firmly settled into first place overall, with the #8 sister car of Fernando Alonso trailing by two minutes, and the #3 Rebellion R13 of Thomas Laurent in rounding out the podium.

LMP2

The classification also did not change in LMP2, even though the #36 Alpine driven by Nicolas Lapierre slowly made up the two minutes lost earlier during a safety car intervention caused by G-Drive Racing's #26 Aurus. Jackie Chan DC Racing's #38 ORECA of Stéphane Richelmi still rounded out the podium after Pastor Maldonado driving DragonSpeed's #31 ORECA snatched the spot for a brief moment.

 

LMGTE Pro

The Porsches seemed to economise their fuel better than their rivals, but AF Corse's #51 Ferrari led the field, some 20 seconds ahead of the #91 Porsche of Richard Lietz, with one less pit stop. The Italian and German cars were trailed by the one surviving Corvette, the #63 driven by Jan Magnussen, with the #92 Porsche falling to fourth position with an exhaust problem.

LMGTE Am

Keating Motorsports' #85 Ford GT, led by owner Ben Keating, held the lead on Team Project 1's #56 Porsche 911 and TF Sport's #90 Aston Martin. The latter lost its second place spot after a detour into a gravel trap.

 

Toyota TS050 Hybrid,

24 HOURS OF LE MANS – HOUR 15 ROUNDUP
24 HOURS OF LE MANS – HOUR 15 ROUNDUP
The race was much calmer between 03:00 and 06:00 than it was the three preceding hours, with no leader changes.
24 Hours of Le Mans – Hour 15 Roundup
© Arnaud CORNILLEAU (ACO)
LMP1

The #7 Toyota TS050 Hybrid driven by José María López firmly settled into first place overall, with the #8 sister car of Fernando Alonso trailing by two minutes, and the #3 Rebellion R13 of Thomas Laurent in rounding out the podium.

LMP2

The classification also did not change in LMP2, even though the #36 Alpine driven by Nicolas Lapierre slowly made up the two minutes lost earlier during a safety car intervention caused by G-Drive Racing's #26 Aurus. Jackie Chan DC Racing's #38 ORECA of Stéphane Richelmi still rounded out the podium after Pastor Maldonado driving DragonSpeed's #31 ORECA snatched the spot for a brief moment.

 

LMGTE Pro

The Porsches seemed to economise their fuel better than their rivals, but AF Corse's #51 Ferrari led the field, some 20 seconds ahead of the #91 Porsche of Richard Lietz, with one less pit stop. The Italian and German cars were trailed by the one surviving Corvette, the #63 driven by Jan Magnussen, with the #92 Porsche falling to fourth position with an exhaust problem.

LMGTE Am

Keating Motorsports' #85 Ford GT, led by owner Ben Keating, held the lead on Team Project 1's #56 Porsche 911 and TF Sport's #90 Aston Martin. The latter lost its second place spot after a detour into a gravel trap.
 


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