Le Mans » Gené: Peugeot will learn from 2010 – and return stronger


Along with team-mates Anthony Davidson and Alex Wurz, former Williams and Minardi F1 ace Marc Gené came within barely two hours of pulling off a magnificent recovery drive in the 2010 Le Mans 24 Hours, but the Spaniard insists Peugeot will come back again in 2011 - and come back even stronger

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GP One

July 02, 2010 3:19 AM

I definitely think it's a parts/supplier problem. Very unlikely a 4 year old design cars that never had an engine failure (the other times it was cooling or transmission issue) suddenly all 4 suffers the exact same failure (well 3 because the other 1 was out due to suspension failure, but I'm sure it will suffer the same fate had it not).

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