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Nick Tandy is beginning to gap the chasing pack in the #19 Porsche 919 Hybrid while his team-mate Mark Webber enjoys a strong stint to put his #17 machine back in contention at the 2015 Le Mans 24 Hours.

Porsche has the been handed the potential of a 1-2 finish after smart work from Webber, who got the jump on Rene Rast in the #9 Audi at the safety car restart and was able to pull out a gap to take second place after the pit stops. With Rast down in third, Audi now occupies the 3-4-5 spots in the classification with six hours remaining.

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In LMP2 KCMG has held on to its one lap advantage over #26 G-Drive Racing, while number 38 JOTA Sport has worked its way up through the field and into the final rostrum spot.

The GTE Pro battle also rages on between the #51 AF Corse Ferrari and the #64 Corvette, while Aston Martin heads the GTE Am class by a lap from SMP Racing.

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