For Audi and the trio Marcel Fässler-André Lotterer-Benoît Tréluyer, victory didn’t come into view until late Sunday morning, against Toyota and Porsche.
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French endurance racer Pierre Ragues has today qualified for an impressive eighth 24 Hours of Le Mans after setting the required night-time laps with the Larbre Competition team in this evening’s qualifying session.
Le Mans 24 Hours: Pierre Ragues and Larbre Competition make most of interrupted opening day of action at Le Mans
French endurance ace Pierre Ragues has made the most of an interrupted day of action at the 13.629km Circuit de la Sarthe on Wednesday, as Larbre Competition began their track preparations for the race.
Audi adds a new victory to its impressive record, and Tom Kristensen scores his 9th victory.
The Dane remains more than ever the victory record holder at Le Mans, while Allan McNish scores his third victory in La Sarthe in fifteen years. Their French team mate Loïc Duval,who took the pole, adds the Le Mans 24 Hours to the Sebring 12 Hours and Tourist Trophy.
Alpine’s return to endurance racing after an absence of 35 years
Following the recent announcement (on March 8) of its entry for both the 2013 Le Mans 24 Hours and this year’s European Le Mans Series (ELMS), Signatech-Alpine today presented the endurance racing prototype that will defend Alpine’s colours this season at L’Atelier Renault in Paris, France.
Larbre Competition climbing the order at Le Mans 24 Hours
Lotus LMP2 Second Day at the 24 Hours of Le Mans
The American Le Mans Series presented by Tequila Patrón continued to represent the Stars and Stripes well in France, as Flying Lizard Motorsports claimed the GTE Am pole for the 80th 24 Hours of Le Mans. The California-based team earned the provisional pole during the first official qualifying session on Wednesday and could not be topped in two subsequent qualifying sessions on Thursday.
The penultimate round of the 2011 Intercontinental Le Mans Cup has been a week full of challenges for OAK Racing
After both the Le Mans-based team’s LMP1 OAK-Pescarolos were involved in major free practice incidents, their mechanics and engineers worked flat-out to ensure that both cars were able to line-up in the best possible condition for the American sportscar classic alongside the sister LMP2 machine.
With two-day test at Bugatti circuit
French endurance racer Pierre Ragues completed a two-day test at the Bugatti Circuit in Le Mans on Tuesday as the OAK Racing team continues to hone the performance of its OAK-Pescarolo LMP1 chassis after a difficult Intercontinental Le Mans Cup campaign so far this season.
Franck Mailleux and Signatech-Nissan battle back to podium contention in LMP2
Pierre Ragues and OAK Racing endure night-time dissappointment at Le Mans
Robertson Racing safely through three-quarters distance at Le Mans