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This year's Le Mans 24 Hours was always going to standout in the history books as the one without the fans and the festival atmosphere, but running it in the first place was vital for both the present and the future
It turned out to be a race to endure rather than enjoy, though I didn't head out to the Le Mans 24 Hours last week with that mentality. I was actually relishing the prospect of another close battle between two Toyotas unencumbered by the success handicaps that have made a mockery of this season's World Endurance Championship, and perhaps a challenge from Rebellion Racing.
A cracking race at the sharp end of the field would have lifted the mood of the endurance racing community in these difficult times. We didn't get it and had to make do with some decent action in and among the classes.
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