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Benoit Treluyer continues to keep Earl Bamber honest in the fight for the lead of the 2015 Le Mans 24 Hours, with the pair closely matched when circulating together out of pit sequence.

Though the #19 Porsche continues to lead on the hour due to Audi's current pit strategy, in the handful of laps per hour they share the same track, they remain even on pace.

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As such, though Treluyer ended the hour 50secs behind Bamber, he briefly led in the short gap between Bamber's stop and then his own after the Kiwi lost a few seconds by missed his pit box on his stop.

With little change up and down the order, KCMG still leads LMP2, but the #64 Corvette's hopes of stretching clear in the GT Pro class following damage to the rival #99 Aston Martin were scuppered by a brake change, which has duly allowed the #51 AF Corse Ferrari into the lead for the first time in this race.

Aston Martin still leads the GT Am class with Pedro Lamy, Mathias Lauda and Paul Dalla Lana, but it remains under persistent pressure from the SMP Ferrari.

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