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Porsche has maintained its lead of the 2015 Le Mans 24 Hours with the two Audis in hot pursuit at the end of the tenth hour.

After an thoroughly impressive drive by Formula 1 star Nico Hulkenberg it was the turn of Nick Tandy to lead the Le Mans race after a largely uneventful round of pit stops by the front runners. Andre Lotterer in the #7 Audi sits second around 30 seconds off the Porsche with the #9 Audi completing the top three.

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The #17 Porsche attempted to claw back the time deficit after serving a one minute stop/go penalty but each of the front four cars lapped at similar times to cancel each other out.

Nissan suffered a horrific midnight hour with all three of its GT-R LM NISMO machines needing serious mechanical attention. The #21 with Tsugio Matsuda lost a front right wheel and attempted to limp around the track to get back to the pits but was unable to get his front-wheel drive LMP1 machine home.

In LMP2 it was a case of consolidation for KCMG, who leads the category by well over two minutes from Thiriet By Tds Racing.

The three-way Aston Martin, Corvette and Porsche battled raged on in the GTE Pro class with Richie Stanaway edging it at the hour mark. In GTE Am Aston Martin also lead the way with Paul Dalla Lana a lap up on the SMP Racing of Andrea Bertolini.

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