The former Formula 1 driver was disappointed after losing out on another podium finish for the second race in a row.
Dolan, Tincknell and Albuquerque bounce back into title contention
Fastest lap by a McLaren driver and first non-Ferrari finisher.
Jan Charouz and Vincent Capillaire has finished in second place the second round of the European Le Mans Series, the 4 Hours of Imola.
The LMGTE and GTC qualifying session started at 09h45, with the prototypes following on track at 10h15. It was an exciting session and has offered an interesting starting grid.
While the UK, Italy, Austria and France welcome back the series for a second successive year, a new country has been added: Portugal.
Jota Sport were left frustrated by Saturday's European Le Mans Series event at Imola (18 May) after an on-track incident cost their pace-setting Zytek-Nissan a shot at victory.
A misfiring problem caused by electronics halted the Ferrari’s engine a couple of times.
Montecalvo leads laps in Italian debut at ex-F1 venue.
Next rendezvous for Team Endurance Challenge will be July 19 and 20 at the Red Bull Ring, site of the third round of the European Le Mans Series.
Driving the ORECA 03 entered by Thiriet by TDS Racing, the two men Pierre Thiriet and Mathias Beche took the 3 Hours of Imola victory.
Brendon Hartley stepped in to the cockpit for the closing stage of the race and was able to push #18 up in to P6.
The performance of the car, drivers and team leaves Greaves Motorsport in an optimistic mood.
The 20-minute qualifying session at Imola took place under blue skies.
Matt Griffin secured the LMGTE pole with the Ferrari 458 Italia, the top spot on GTC class belonged with Peter Kox driving the Lamborghini Gallardo LP600 GT3.