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.
The outcome of the greatest endurance event in the world is never a foregone conclusion!
Who will take all the glory at Le Mans? Audi, Porsche, or Toyota?
The 56-car field includes 13 cars with at least one of 23 regular 2014 IMSA drivers.
Receives prestigious honor from Le Mans governing body
Team's Porsche RSR hoping to make the 45-minute warmup Saturday
The team was able to secure another car overnight.
Hanergy, a Beijing-based, global clean energy company, is at the forefront of global solar technologies and is the largest thin-film solar panel company in the world.
Dempsey credited his TUDOR Championship participation for making a significant contribution to his Le Mans preparation.
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 hits just keep on coming at Le Mans.
The German sports car pilot Stefan Mücke qualified in the Aston Martin Vantage GTE on starting position two.
Over the last two weeks the huge TV Compound has gone up inside the Le Mans 24-Hours circuit with its outside broadcast units, studios and its cabins for commentators.
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.
The driver of the car, Fernando Rees (BR), was taken to the medical centre following the incident at Porsche Curves.
IMSA driver Matt McMurry, 16, this weekend will become the youngest competitor ever in the prestigious 24 Hours of Le Mans sports car race.
Jordan Taylor posted a best time of 3 minutes, 58.136 seconds around the 8.469-mile Circuit de la Sarthe, placing him third on the GTE Pro class time sheet.