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Sun 13 Jun 2004
Champion Racing hour nine report

Champion Racing hour nine report

LE MANS, France (June 13, 2004) - Nine hours into the race, Team ADT Champion Racing has found themselves back in the top ten of the remaining 42-car field. In fact, the ...

Davies leads despite incident with MagnussenHeadline

Davies leads despite incident with Magnussen

Jamie Davies had an eventful stint in the early hours for Audi Sport UK Team Veloqx as he served a stop-go penalty for an earlier infringement and then he collided with Jan Magnussen, leading the GTS category, sending the Dane into the tyres....

RML eight hour report

RML eight hour report

RML started this years Le Mans 24 Hours race today with the teams three drivers Mike Newton, Tommy Erdos and Nathan Kinch securing a 7th row grid position with the MG Lola EX257. Tommy took the start of the 24 Hour race and a clean getaway saw...

Petersen/White Lightning eight hour report

Petersen/White Lightning eight hour report

Petersen/White Lightning -- LM GT Class Leader -- Le Mans Eight Hour Report LE MANS, France, June 13, 2004 -- The No. 90 Petersen Motorsports/ White Lightning Racing Porsche 911 GT3 RSR continues to lead the LM GT class of the 72nd Annual 24...

Orbit Racing/BAM! six hour report

Orbit Racing/BAM! six hour report

Saturday 12 June race 6h Orbit Racing, in partnership with BAM! ( British American Motorsport), had a strong start to the 24 Heures du Mans, but encountered trouble in the third hour of the 24-hour race. The team dropped to seventh in the ...

Prodrive Ferrari six hour report

Prodrive Ferrari six hour report

After six hours of running, the Care Racing supported Prodrive Ferrari nr. 66 is well positioned in sixth place overall, second in the GTS class. All three drivers have now completed their first two stints in the car, and there are no problems...

Petersen/White Lightning four hour report

Petersen/White Lightning four hour report

LE MANS, France, June 12, 2004 -- The No. 90 Petersen Motorsports/ White Lightning Racing Porsche 911 GT3 RSR took the French Tri-Color flag at 4 pm this afternoon signaling the start of the 72nd Annual 24 Heures Du Mans. Sascha Maassen (Raeren,...

Audi Le Mans, N?rburgring early notes

Audi Le Mans, N?rburgring early notes

Audi leads Le Mans, weather chaos at Nürburgring The two 24-hour races held simultaneously at Le Mans and at the Nürburgring, started turbulently for the Audi teams. At the beginning of the Le Mans race, all four Audi A4 were leading the race.

Champion Racing early report

Champion Racing early report

Unfortunate Situation For Team ADT Champion Racing Just Two Hours into The Race LE MANS, France (June 12, 2004) - An unforeseen incident on lap 30 caused considerable damage to the left front end of the ...

McNish and Lehto crash during 24H

McNish and Lehto crash during 24H

Allan McNish and J.J. Lehto sensationally spun off the circuit at the same time shortly before the end of the second hour of the 24 Heures du Mans. The Audi drivers, who were running in second and third places at the time, hit a patch of oil at...

Davies pulls away at front of 24HHeadline

Davies pulls away at front of 24H

Jamie Davies pulled out a twenty second-three lead over the first hour of the 24 Heures du Mans. The Audi Sport UK Team Veloqx made a good pit stop and took advantage as Allan McNish in the sister car dropped back by around one to two seconds per...

Davies leads opening laps of 24H for AudiHeadline

Davies leads opening laps of 24H for Audi

Jamie Davies held on to pole position to lead the opening laps of the 24 Heures du Mans 2004. The Audi Sport UK Team Veloqx driver was under immense pressure from the sister car of Allan McNish during the opening lap but put in some fastest laps...