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Le Mans 24 Hours: Hours 4-6

The second Matech Ford went up in smoke – literally – on the Mulsanne with Natacha Gachnang onboard, while the Marc VDS car crashed at the Dunlop Curve and was damaged beyond repair, despite Bas Leinders managing to get the car back to the pits.

The biggest battle on track is in GT2, with the Risi Ferrari going head-to-head on track with the #64 Corvette for the class lead before the deployment of the Safety Car.

The class has lost the Flying Lizards Porsche as an official retirement following mechanical problems after an off, while the BMW 'Art Car' stopped on track with Andy Priaulx at the wheel having endured a difficult race. After lengthy repairs following its collision with the Norma, the Spyker is back in the race.


Tagged as: Peugeot , Audi , Le Mans 24 Hours

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