Sebring: Porsche hour four notes

Maassen/Luhr, Mowlem/Jonsson/Stanton keep Porsches ahead at Sebring - Hour Four --Transmission woes with Bernhard/Bergmeister Porsche relinquishing the lead to teammates Maassen/Luhr, with Petersen Motorsports Porsche second at hour ...

Maassen/Luhr, Mowlem/Jonsson/Stanton keep Porsches ahead at Sebring - Hour Four

--Transmission woes with Bernhard/Bergmeister Porsche relinquishing the lead to teammates Maassen/Luhr, with Petersen Motorsports Porsche second at hour four.

SEBRING, Florida - March 15 - Sascha Maassen and Lucas Luhr, 2002 ALMS co-champions, have moved into the lead in their #23 Alex Job/Racing McKenna Porsche 911 GT3 RS after four hours of the Mobil1 12 Hours of Sebring.

The Bernhard/Bergmeister car came into the pits with a cracked heat exchanger in the transmission, and spent 14 laps in the pits during the repair, putting them back to 18th place in class. The Petersen Motorsports Porsche of Johnny Mowlem/Nic Jonsson/Cra ig Stanton then took over the lead, but Maassen/Luhr took the top spot after the most recent set of pit stops. The Kevin Buckler/Jim Pace/Eliseo Salazar The Racer's Group Porsche has moved up to third, one lap behind the leaders.

Other four-hour notes:

--After getting back on the course after a broken suspensions, the #79 Justin Jackson/David Murry/Brian Cunningham J3 Porsche had a malfunctioning cooling systems and has retired.

--The #60 P.K. Sport Liddell/Warnock/Masarati Porsche had major body damage as the result of a blown tire, and then lost its engine, causing its retirement.

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