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The #19 Porsche continues to lead the 2015 Le Mans 24 Hours, with Earl Bamber holding station ahead of the chasing #7 and #9 Audis.

Following a strong stint from Nick Tandy, who managed to eke the Porsche's advantage out, Bamber has stepped into the car and is continuing to keep his rivals at bay, even if diverse strategies continue to see the lead change hands through pit windows.

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As it stands at the end of the 13th hour, the #19 Porsche holds the lead from the #7 Audi, which is now being driven by Benoit Treluyer after replacing Andre Lotterer, while the #9 Audi is now a fairly distant third in the hands of Filip Albuquerque.

Nissan's painful return to Le Mans continued, with the #22 and #23 cars spending prolonged stints in the garage. Though both made it out, the #23 GT-R LM NISMO has been forced back into the pit lane with more issues.

In LMP2, KCMG maintains the lead it has held for almost the entire race, while the GT classes are still proving closely fought at the top.

In the Pro class, Richie Stanaway holds the lead in the #99 Aston Martin, but there is an ebb and flow to his battle with the #64 Corvette, the pair changing positions when they stop for fuel and tyres.

Similarly, the #98 Aston Martin remains in front in the GTE Am class, but the SMP Ferrari has popped ahead more than once during the pit windows. The pair a lap clear of the opposition now.

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