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It was a bit disappointing to see neither car finish but considering many people thought they'd be the 5th and 6th best cars out there they really took the fight to Audi and I think the future looks promising. Their qualifying pace was strong and before they retired the cars were really quick, the hybrid system worked well and although their lead was brief it took a great effort to cut down the gap to the #1 Audi. Had their accidents not happened (get well soon Ant) at least one of them would have been on the podium and leading up to Le Mans they put together a strong driver line-up that in my opinion should be retained for next season. It will be interesting to see if Toyota try different Hybrid systems or a diesel engine for next season but whatever they do, they should come back with 3 cars.