The No.51 Ferrari 458 Italia of Gianmaria Bruni and Toni Vilander dominated the race after the first 40 laps!
Aston Martin Racing will announce its 2014 works team programme in the early part of next year.
The team, which goes into the final round as leaders of the LMGTE Manufacturers’ World Cup, needs to score maximum points in tomorrow’s race in order to emerge as world champion.
Audi once again headed the time sheets overall, while LMGTE Pro category continued to provide excitement and close competition between the three luxury car manufacturers.
With just two rounds of the 2013 championship remaining, Aston Martin Racing is in second place in the WEC Manufacturers’ Championship.
The team, which has run five cars since the start of the season, will drop a car at the sixth round of the eight-round championship in Fuji.
Aston Martin #96 Vantage GTE triumphed in the GTE Am class.
The overall pole battle between Audi and Toyota ended with both Audi R18s on the front row in Brazil.
The driver line-up for Le Mans will remain the same as at Spa except for Richie Stanaway who will be replaced in France by American Le Mans Series racer, Bill Auberlen, who celebrated victory at Long Beach last week.
Aston Martin win in the GT Pro category and in the GT Am class.
The Le Mans winner and LMGTE Am championship team celebrates 25 years in racing. They will field a Corvette C6 R for the full World Endurance Championship season with Patrick Bornhauser, Julien Canal as the main drivers.