Dempsey, Foster and Long start seventh in #TeamAmerica Dempsey Racing-Proton Porsche 911 RSR in GTE-AM
Chandhok survives big crash in qualifying.
Alvaro Parente driving the No.52 Ferrari 458 Italia in the GTE professional class went off at the Ford chicane, causing heavy damage to the car.
Driver trio completes required night laps, starts 16th
Nissan-powered entry sets a lap of 3:37.609
Satoshi Motoyama logs fastest ever electric speed at Circuit de la Sarthe
Garcia leads qualifying efforts for the Le Mans debut for C7.Rs
No. 74 team of Oliver Gavin, Tommy Milner and Richard Westbrook had a tougher time on the first day.
Toyota prevailed over all when the checkered flag flew on qualifying Thursday.
Romain Dumas (France) improved the lap time for car no. 14 to 3min 22.708secs and came second.
The second qualifying session at Le Mans is complete.
The German sports car pilot Stefan Mücke qualified in the Aston Martin Vantage GTE on starting position two.
During a shortened first qualifying session, held in the hours of darkness, only four of the six drivers were able to complete the required three flying laps to qualify for the race.
Hartley fastest but says, 'We have a long way to go'
Entries perform well in first day of qualifying
Garcia leads Corvette attack on first day
The No. 20 Porsche on top early in Le Mans qualifying
The team’s decision to end its qualifying session early when the track was at its fastest also undoubtedly contributed to both cars’ grid positions.
Corvette Racing has struggled to match the pace of the front-running LMGTE Pro Aston Martins, Ferraris and Porsches.
Four LM P2 prototypes produced in the French manufacturer’s workshops finished in the top ten of the category.
TeamAmerica ready for podium success in the 90th anniversary running of the classic 24-Hour Race.
Having qualified 8th, Strakka Racing is one of several teams to receive a grid penalty for qualifying outside the 110% rule.
Tracy W. Krohn suffered an accident in Wednesday’s Free Practice.
The French team’s three Morgan-Nissan LM P2s are now fully prepared for the greatest challenge of the year.
All three Jota Sport drivers, Oliver Turvey, Simon Dolan, and Lucas Luhr, performed impeccably in the tricky conditions that caught out a number of their class rivals.