Le Mans » Montagny called up by OAK

Sportscar veteran Franck Montagny will replace the injured Guillaume Moreau at the Le Mans 24 Hours.

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June 09, 2012 1:19 PM

"Montagny, a rolling chicane" - aaaa that Montany, I thought I've have heard that name before, but couldn't remember when. I'm also very dissapointed by Peugeout last year (also some Ferraris - what were they fighting for, I don't know), I must admit - these thinhgs are just stupid, aren't they? But at the end the truth came up - AUDI got top podium spot.


June 09, 2012 5:00 PM


Franck Montagny repeatedly brake checked and chopped off the nose of Allan McNish from the very start of last years event and repeatedly did it for seven laps. Once past, McNish dropped him easily. Common sense should dictate that the race is not decided with 23 hours remaining, let the faster car by.

His teammate, Mark Gene, was the idiot, late in the race, ignoring the blue flags, refusing to let the leader past, even forcing the leader from the road, despite being four laps down and 16 seconds a lap slower than the front running Audi.

The entire Peugeot team conducted themselves like a bunch of classless and second rate amateurs during the entire event.

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