Things remain the same at the front of the field.
The second hour kicked off with a bang as the G-Drive Racing entry crashed out of the lead, giving the SMP guys clear path to steal the LMP2 title away. More on this story can be seen HERE.
The No. 95 Aston suffered a drive through penalty for cutting the circuit at turn two while battling for the lead with its sister No. 99 car as the race restarted.
Issues for Lotus continue as the CLM stopped on the circuit, prompting a local yellow before it returned to the pits and to the care of the crew.
Things remain the same at the front with the No. 20 Porsche not relinquishing its hold of first position overall. Brendon Hartley now pilots the machine, ahead of the No. 1 Audi in second and the No. 8 Toyota in P3.
KCMG holds a two lap cushion over the No. 37 SMP Oreca ... Not the one in contention for the LMP2 title. AF Corse has taken control of GTE Pro with the No. 71 Ferrari, but Aston continues to lead GTE Am with the No. 98.