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Nico Hulkenberg has held on to a promising lead at the front of the 2015 Le Mans 24 Hour ahead of the number 9 Audi in a largely uneventful hour.

The leaders traded pit stops but maintained a similar gap between one another until a safety car period briefly halted the race.

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The #96 Aston Martin driven by Roald Goethe suffered a heavy shunt at Porsche curves after seemingly being kissed by Hulkenberg's leading Porsche as it came through to lap him. Spewing debris across the track, race direction deemed dangerous enough for the need of a safety car stint, while the man himself has been taken to the medical centre for checks

In LMP2 Richard Bradley maintained KCMG's one lap lead over the #26 G-Drive Racing, while the Corvette jumped to the front of the GTE Pro class but has pitted fewer times than previous leader the #51 AF Corse Ferrari.

The GTE Am running remains unchanged with Paul Dalla Lana in the driving seat of the lead Aston Martin, ahead of Andrea Bertolini in the #72 SMP Racing Ferrari.

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