Can an purely open sourced racing team compete at the highest level of sports car racing?
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BMW came, saw, conquered and left. Others weren't so lucky.
Thirteen wins in 16 tries doesn't happen by accident
Audi once again, claiming a 13th victory, thanks to drivers Tréluyer, Fässler and Lotterer (third success for this trio at Le Mans), part of a 1-2 finish this year.
Audi has done it again.
The race was won overall by the No. 2 Audi prototype driven by Marcel Fassler, Andre Lotterer and Benoit Treluyer.
This historic meeting also attracts the top drivers who take part in the modern event, seven of whom have won it !
Two legends in the world of international motor sport will meet for the first time on 5th July.
What's next for 16-year-old?
Helps give Porsche its best GTE-Am results
Position six of the GTE Pro Class in the end in the Aston Martin Vantage.
Irish Racing Team line up for the 24 Hours of Le Mans, consisted of Le Mans veteran, Karun Chandhok, and the two Le Mans rookies, Rodolfo Gonzalez and Nathanaël Berthon.
Teams running the ORECA chassis were able to pull out good results, notably with Signatech-Alpine.
Ferrari President Luca di Montezemolo: “Extremely satisfying”
The Swiss team equalled its best result at the 24 Hours of Le Mans !
The G-Drive Racing by OAK Racing Ligier JS P2 fought hard at the start, survived the downpour that hit in the 2nd hour, and did not leave the track once in the entire race.