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The #19 Porsche has maintained its lead in the 2015 Le Mans 24 Hours as the race entered its 15th hour, with Earl Bamber keeping it tidy out front.

Having taken over from Nick Tandy, Bamber has maintained a strong pace in the 919 Hybrid, with Benoit Treluyer trailing in second place in the #7 Audi, just under 10secs behind before his most recent stop dropped him almost a minute adrift at the turn of the hour.

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Filip Albuquerque remains in range, but now almost 2mins adrift, in the #9 Audi after being forced to pit to check bodywork having made contact with GT Porsche, with the #17 Porsche closing on him now too.

In the LMP2 class, KCMG picked up another boost after its closest rival, the #46 Thiriet by TDS Oreca lost time after being tagged into a spin by the #99 Aston Martin of Fernando Rees. With Tristan Gommendy unable to get going and slipping down the order, the G-Drive Ligier is now up to second place, but is more than a lap behind.

In the GT class, Corvette is back in front as a result of the #99 Aston Martin being forced to pit to repair the damage to the front-left of the Vantage.

In the GT Am class, the SMP Ferrari has also moved ahead of the #98 V8 Vantage.

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