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 added the FIA World Endurance crown to the 24 Heures du Mans title. Allan McNish, Tom Kristensen and Loic Duval earned the Drivers' championship.
The No.51 Ferrari 458 Italia of Gianmaria Bruni and Toni Vilander dominated the race after the first 40 laps!
Giancarlo Fisichella and Gianmaria Bruni, in their Ferrari 458 #51, are on top of the GTE Pro Drivers on 108 points.
Aston Martin Racing’s No.97 Vantage V8 of Darren Turner, Stefan Mücke and Frédéric Makowiecki which was classified as the winner.
8 Star Motorsports Ferrari placed second in the GTE Am
After 60-minutes of track action the #1 Audi was top of the time sheets with Marcel Fassler setting the best time of the weekend so far.
Giancarlo Fisichella and Gianmaria Bruni won in the GTE Pro in their Ferrari 458 Italia GT2. Enzo Potolicchio, Rui Aguas and Matteo Malucelli first in the GTE Am with 8Star Motorsports Ferrari 458 Italia GT2.
The Aston Martin works driver, who shared the cockpit of the Vantage GTE with Darren Turner and Peter Dumbreck, finished fourth on the Ardennes course.
It was a fine race for GT cars and the perfect dress rehearsal for the next round of the 2013 FIA World Endurance Championship and the biggest sportscar race in the world – the 24 Hours of Le Mans.
The Aston Martin Vantage achieved an average of 2:21.265, just three hundredths of a second ahead of the 8Star Motorsports Ferrari 458 Italia of Matteo Malucelli and Rui Aguas.
The surprise of the session was the No.12 Rebellion Racing Lola-Toyota of Neel Jani, Nick Heidfeld and Nicolas Prost which was 4th fastest, 1.029s behind the lead Audi but ahead of both works Toyotas.
Former Sauber F1 driver Kamui Kobayashi, driving the N°71 AF Corse Ferrari 458 Italia GT2, had a successful debut on WEC.