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Peugeot is getting increasingly frustrated because they have made a huge investment in the Le Mans programme and keep getting beaten by Audi on a much smaller budget. That's why they resort to these shady tactics of trying to block or run the Audis off the road. Really poor sportsmanship. In particularly, I really don't understand why Anthony Davidson is allowed to race anymore, as every year he makes an a.ss of himself every time he is behind the wheel. Of course, being Peugeot french, the ACO turns a blind eye to all this. Had the roles been reversed and you can bet there'd be penalties raining down. It's unfortunate that Peugeot keeps getting free passes from the ACO, ever since the infamous mickey mouse outfit they ran int he 90's, when they fielded a car that everybody knew couldn't race 12 hours let alone 24, just with the sole purpose of cracking the 400km/h barrier. Laughable.

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