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.
Porsche lapped quicker than both Audi and Toyota and ended free practice two with the fastest time, setting up what should be a thrilling qualifying session.
After Toyota led most of the session, the opening practice at Spa ended with Audi on top.
Anthony Davidson is a difficult man to pin down as he combines his Toyota Racing duties with a role as a commentator and analyst for Sky TV’s F1 programming in the UK.
Richie Stanaway joins Young Driver AMR for second FIA WEC round.
Enzo Potolicchio and the 8Star Motorsports team hope for an upturn in fortunes in Round 2 of the 2014 FIA World Endurance Championship – the 6 Hours of Spa-Francorchamps.
The Belgian enduro will constitute an extended test for the R-Ones rather than a race.
Julien Canal, Olivier Pla and Roman Rusinov will have to cope with the uncertain weather that is an integral of the Spa challenge and beat tough rivals.