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Nick Tandy has consolidated his place at the front of the 2015 Le Mans 24 Hours race and has kept a safe distance between his #19 Porsche and the two chasing Audis.
In a relatively uneventful stint for the majority of teams, Tandy maintained his lead over the #7 Audi of Andre Lotterer and the #9 Audi of Marco Bonanomi of 15 seconds when the front runners had pitted the same number of times. Nissan's #22 and #23 cars finally returned to the race track after lengthy stoppages.
In LMP2, KCMG held on to its lead but had a sacrifice a considerable chunk of time to fix an issue on the front right of its Oreca 05 – Nissan machine which enabled Thiriet By Tds Racing to close the gap to under a minute.
The feisty GTE Pro battle came to a head when Fernando Rees ran off the track to allow Oliver Gavin to take the lead in the Corvette, but the Brazilian driver was able to fight back after the pit stops to regain P1.
In the GTE Am class Aston Martin's Mathias Lauda retained his Aston Martin team's lap lead on SMP Racing.