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Nick Tandy ran a blistering stint to stretch out Porsche's lead in the 2015 Le Mans 24 Hours ahead of the two chasing Audis.

The Brit consistently lapped in the 3m 20s zone to pull out a small but significant advantage on the #7 Audi driven by Andre Lotterer and the #9 Audi of Marco Bonanomi. The gap enabled the Porsche 919 Hybrid to pit and remain in front of its rivals, which brought an end to the frequent changeover of the lead.

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At the hour mark Tandy leads Lotterer by over 16 seconds as the teams carve through the night session.

Tandy's sister car, the #18 Porsche, suffered an off at Mulsanne and despite being able to return the race after being picked out of the gravel trap by a recovery vehicle, it dropped down to sixth behind the number eight Audi.

In LMP2 KCMG continued to dominate by holding its lap advantage over the Thiriet by Tds Racing squad.

Fernando Rees has started to pull out a lead on his GTE Pro competitors in his #99 Aston Martin and holds a one minute advantage over the #64 Corvette Racing driven by Oliver Gavin, while Aston Martin also maintained a strong lead in the GTE Am after a fast stint by Paul Dalla Lana.

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