Sorry to be late and not very long, but i have a lot of work to do after being 5 days in Le Mans Agusta Racing Team as chrono. 1) 36-Dauer-Porsche 962LM, 344 laps(LM-GT1 1st) Dalmas/Haywood/Baldi, 4678,4 km, 195,265kp/h 2) ...
Sorry to be late and not very long, but i have a lot of work to do after being 5 days in Le Mans Agusta Racing Team as chrono.
1) 36-Dauer-Porsche 962LM, 344 laps(LM-GT1 1st) Dalmas/Haywood/Baldi, 4678,4 km, 195,265kp/h 2) 1-Toyota, -1 lap (LM-P1/C90 1st) Irvine/Martini/Krosnoff 3) 35-Dauer-Porsche 962LM, -1 lap (LM-GT1 2nd) Stuck/Sullivan/Boutsen, 4) 4-Toyota, -16 l (LM-P1/C90 2nd) Andskar/Fouche/Rovert, 5) 75-Nissan 300ZX, -27 l (IMSA 1st) Millen/O'Connell/Morton, 6) 5-Kremer-Porsche, -28 l (LM-P1/C90 3rd) D.Bell/Donovan/Lassig, 7) 9-Courage-Porsche C32, -34 l (LMP1/C90 4th) Ricci/Evans/Olczyk, 8) 52-Porsche 911 RSR, -37 l (LM-GT2 1st) Dupoy/Pareja/Mallol, 9) 54-Porsche RSR, -45 l (LM-GT2 2nd) Calderari/Bryner/Mastropietro, 10) 59-Konrad-Porsche RSR, -49 l (LM-GT2 3rd) Husman/Euser/Tomlje, 11) 57-Ferrari 348 LM -68 l (LM-GT2 4th) D'Orleans/Saldana/Vilarino 12) 40-Dodge-Viper -71 l (LM-GT1 3rd) Arnoux/J.Bell/Balas 13) 60-Alpine A 610 -72 l (LM-GT2 5th) /Galmard/Police/Roy 14) 48-Honda NSX -87 l (LM-GT2 6th) Hahne/Gachot/Bouchut 15) 74-Mazda RX7 -94 l (IMSA 2nd) Terada/de Thoisy/Freon 16) 46-Honda NSX -104 l (LM-GT2 7th) Shimiku/Okada/Favre 17) 68-Venturi 400LM -119 l (LM-GT2 8th) Sirera/Camp/Puig 18) 47-Honda NSX -122 l (LM-GT2 9th) Takahashi/Tsuchiya/Iida
23 cars finished, only 18 classified (48 were on the grid) ! I am not sure of the other five but it must be those : 41- Dodge (GT1) Migault/Morin/Gache 30- Venturi 600lm (GT1)? not sure if she passes the finish line, but she was trying (engine failing) ? Maury-Laribiere/Poulain/Chauvin 37- De Tomaso(GT1) Chapell/Baker/Andrews 6- Porsche 962 (LMP1/C90)(japan team) Harada/yoshikawa/Kondo and last one after an engine rebuilt made in about 10 hours ! 65- Venturi 400LM Ratel/Chaufour/Hunkeler
The weather was very nice and sunny.
NEWS NEWS SECRET SECRET ! the ACO is trying to obtain the french GP organisation in 96 or 97, (don't remember, as it was late in the night when I heard it) expecting it for 3 years .