Pescarolo Sport made it two wins in a row in the Le Mans Series at Spa with drivers Jean-Christophe Boullion and Emmanuel Collard leading home the impressive Swiss Spirit car, competing in only its second ever Le Mans event.

The French duo piloted their Lola C60 Judd to overall victory, with the Swiss outfit, driven by Marcel Fassler and Harold Primat, behind completing 134 laps in the six-hour 1000km race.

Pescarolo's success was made even more impressive as they started from the pit lane at Spa, after their involvement with an accident on Friday practice that heavily damaged one of the Larbe Competition Aston Martins. They also had the same engine in Spa used for victory at Istanbul in the opening round of the season.

Boullion and Collard ended up just one lap ahead of the Swiss Spirit Courage LC 70 Judd, and two laps ahead of third place finishers John Nielsen, Casper Elgaard and Philip Andersen in the Zytek, rounding out the top three overall finishers and LMP1 order.

The Swiss Spirit team left the Belgian circuit delighted at the podium place following retirement last time out in Istanbul and showing speed and consistency to finish in the top three in only the team's second event.

"The result is great for the team and also out attack on the championship," said a delighted Primat. "We are back in contention and it is a big confidence boost for the team - it looks promising for Le Mans even If there is a lot of work ahead for us."

Swiss Spirit team boss Serge Saulnier echoed Primat's confidence with Le Mans just around the corner.

"This result is a great reward for all the members of the team and our technical partners Courage, Judd and Michelin - they are perfect," said Saulnier. "I knew when we started the programme and it was confirmed today. We have five busy weeks ahead of us - Le Mans is the big objective of the year and we will continue to work as hard as we can until 5pm on Sunday 18 June."

All three leading cars avoided a multiple first lap pile-up on a damp track at the notorious Eau Rouge, and had to endure a lengthy safety car period. Following the accident there was particular concern for Kevin McGarrity in the Protran Competition LMP1 machine, he was eventually taken to the medical centre unharmed after fears for the state of his legs.

The race only got going some fifty minutes after the accident, following two safety car periods as the debris was cleared from the circuit.

LMP2 honours went to the Chamberlain Synergy Lola of Miguel Amaral, Miguel Angel de Castro and Miguel Burgumen, who finished fourth closely pursued by the RML MG Lola of Tommy Erdos and Britain's Mike Newton, with the Anglo-American trio of Bill Binnie, Allen Timpany and Sam Hancock in the Binnie Motorsports Lola Zytek.

Team ORECA, which showed good pace and reliability all weekend, taking the honours in the GT1 class and seventh overall with Stephane Ortelli and Soheil Ayari at the helm ahead of the Cirtek Motorsport Aston Martin DBR9 of Richard Lyons and Antonio Garcia.

Marc Leib and Joel Camathias took a solid win in GT2 with the Autorlando Sport Porsche 996 GT3 ahead of the Team LNT Panoz Esperante, driven by the British trio of Lawrence Tomlinson, Richard Dean and Tom Kimber-Smith.