A little bit of history was made in the FIA World Endurance Championship tonight when the 27 competitors took to the track for the second Free Practice Session under fully floodlit conditions.
Behind polesitter Porsche and Toyota.
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.
ACO President Pierre Fillon , and FIA President, Jean Todt, have signed the contract extending the agreement between the ACO and FIA.
Hanergy, a Beijing-based, global clean energy company, is at the forefront of global solar technologies and is the largest thin-film solar panel company in the world.
Porsche is fielding its most innovative prototypes at the 24 hours of Le Mans.
Nissan has revealed plans to launch a two-car assault on Le Mans in 2015.
No other prototype in the WEC starting field has such an efficient and complex hybrid system as the new Porsche 919 Hybrid.
British Racing driver Archie Hamilton will partner Johnny Mowlem and Mark Patterson in the third round of the FIA World Endurance Championship.
Second victory for the team that qualified third in class
In the championship chase Toyota and Antony Davidson, Nicolas Lapierre and Sébastien Buemi will arrive in Le Mans with a certain advantage over their rivals.
As the chequered flag waved, the #95 crossed the GTE Am finish line in second place, leaving the team leading the WEC GTE Am teams and drivers championships.
The Swiss team ended the day on a positive note with both cars taking part in the Qualifying session for tomorrow's 6 Hours of Spa-Francorchamps.
Porsche works drivers Marco Holzer (Germany) and Frédéric Makowiecki (France) posted the third quickest time in the GTE-Pro class.