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Peugeot stars on Le Mans

Peugeot enjoyed a hugely successful run in the Le Mans 24 Hours, with David Brabham, Alex Wurz and Marc Gene leading a 1-2 finish at the wheel of the #9 car.

Team spirit played a key role in the success as Peugeot finally ended Audi's winning run in the event.

That team spirit can be seen in this video, filmed prior to the Le Mans 24 Hours, where the drivers were quizzed on a range of things, including what would they do if they weren't racers, what Le Man means – and who did they think would win at La Sarthe.

Obviously, it was Brabham, Wurz and Gene that emerged victorious, but which drivers believed that would be the case prior to the race.

Follow the link below to find out…

Please note, this video is multi-lingual



Tagged as: Wurz , Le Mans , Gene , Brabham

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