Nielsen Dominates Through Rain and Rivalry at Le Mans

Nielsen Dominates Through Rain and Rivalry at Le Mans

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After two hours of exhilarating green flag running at the 92nd edition of the 24 Hours of Le Mans, #50 Ferrari 499P driver Nicklas Nielsen held the lead at the front. Heading into the second hour, Neel Jani pitted his #99 Proton Competition 963 for a second five-minute affair in the garage before he returned […]

During the second hour at Le Mans, Neel Jani took his Proton Competition 963 for a quick garage stop due to a suspected door catch issue, which had occurred previously at Spa-Francorchamps. Two cars, Paul di Resta in the Peugeot 9X8 and Edoardo Mortara in the Lamborghini SC63, were investigated for contact at the second chicane. Charles Milesi in the Alpine A424 fought fiercely for position with Sebastien Bourdais before a mishap at the Dunlop chicane. The Ferrari AF Corse team came under scrutiny for various issues, including a stop-and-go penalty and suspected oil leakage. As the rain intensified at the Porsche Curves, a thrilling battle unfolded between the leading Ferraris of Robert Kubica and Nicklas Nielsen. In the LMP2 class, Malthe Jakobsen impressed with strong overtakes, while drama unfolded for Naveen Rao’s Cool Racing Oreca and Thomas Flohr’s AF Corse Ferrari. The race leaders shuffled as the conditions changed, with Patrick Pilet’s Vector Sport’s Oreca holding the lead ahead of other competitive entries. Satoshi Hoshino received a penalty, and many teams navigated the changing track conditions on slick tires.rélevant du spectaculaire duel des leaders de la course.

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