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Le Mans 24 Hours – Qualifying times (Wed)

Peugeot holds pole after the opening qualifying session at Le Mans
1. Bourdais/Lamy/Pagenaud Peugeot Sport Total Peugeot 908 HDi 3min 19.711secs LMP1
2. Wurz/Gene/Davidson Team Peugeot Total Peugeot 908 HDi 3min 20.317secs LMP1
3. Minassian/Sarrazin/Montagny Team Peugeot Total Peugeot 908 HDi 3min 20.325secs LMP1
4. Panis/Lapierre/Duval Team ORECA Matmut Peugeot 908 HDi 3min 21.192secs LMP1
5. Rockenfeller/Bernhard/Dumas Audi Sport North America Audi R15 TDI 3min 23.578secs LMP1
6. Lotterer/Fassler/Treluyer Audi Sport Team Joest Audi R15 TDI 3min 24.430secs LMP1
7. Kristensen/Capello/McNish Audi Sport Team Joest Audi R15 TDI 3min 24.688secs LMP1
8. Primat/Mucke/Fernandez Aston Martin Racing Lola-Aston Martin 3min 26.680secs LMP1
9. Turner/Barazi/Hancock Aston Martin Racing Lola-Aston Martin 3min 26.747secs LMP1
10. Ragues/Ickx/Mailleux Signature Plus Lola-Aston Martin 3min 29.774secs LMP1

11. Ayari/Andre/Meyrick Team ORECA Matmut ORECA 01-AIM 3min 30.056secs LMP1
12. Bouchut/Tucker/Rodrigues Kolles Audi R10 TDI 3min 30.907secs LMP1
13. Bakkerud/Albers/Jarvis Kolles Audi R10 TDI 3min 31.661secs LMP1
14. Leventis/Watts/Kane Strakka Racing HPD ARX-01 3min 36.168secs LMP2
15. Drayson/Cocker/Pirro Drayson Racing Lola B09/60-Judd 3min 36.634secs LMP1
16. Mansell/Mansell/Mansell Beechdean Mansell Ginetta-Zytek 09S 3min 36.897secs LMP1
17. Brabham/Franchitti/Werner Highcroft Racing HPD ARX-01c 3min 37.202secs LMP2
18. Amaral/Pla/Hughes Quifel-ASM Ginetta-Zytek 09S 3min 41.968secs LMP2
19. Lahaye/Moreau/Charouz OAK Racing Pescarolo-Judd 3min 42.399secs LMP2
20. Belicchi/Boullion/Smith Rebellion Racing Lola B09/60-Rebellion 3min 44.101secs LMP1

21. Newton/Erdos/Wallace RML Lola-HPD 3min 44.598secs LMP2
22. Pirri/Cioci/Perazzini Racing Box Lola-Judd 3min 51.065secs LMP2
23. Nicolet/Hein/Yvon OAK Racing Pescarolo-Judd 3min 52.730secs LMP2
24. Noda/Kennard/de Pourtales KSM Lola B08/47-Judd 3min 52.972secs LMP2
25. Nygaard/Enge/Kox Young Driver AMR Aston Martin DBR9 3min 55.025secs GT1
26. Ojjeh/Greaves/Chalandon Team Bruichladdich Ginetta-Zytek 09S 3min 55.680secsLMP2
27. Salini/Salini/Gommendy Gerard Welter WR-Zytek 3min 55.818secs LMP2
28. Mutsch/Grosjean/Hirshi Matech Competition Ford GT 3min 57.296secs GT1
29. Jousse/Maassen/Gouselard Luc Alphand Aventures Corvette C6.R 3min 58.810secs GT1
30. Gregoire/Policand/Hart Luc Alphand Aventures Corvette C6.R 3min 58.906secs GT1

31. Melo/Bruni/Kaffer Risi Competizione Ferrari F430 3min 59.233secs GT2
32. Rostan/Meichtry/Bruneau Race Performance PR Radical SR9-Judd 3min 59.361secs LMP2
33. Magnussen/O'Connell/Garcia Corvette Racing Corvette C6 ZR1 4min 00.097secs GT2
34. Leinders/Palttala/de Doncker Marc VDS Racing Ford GT 4min 00.325secs GT1
35. Lewis/Willman/Burgess Autocon Lola B06/10-AER 4min 00.646secs LMP1
36. Gavin/Beretta/Collard Corvette Racing Corvette C6 ZR1 4min 01.012secs GT2
37. Narac/Pilet/Long IMSA Performance Matmut Porsche 997 RSR 4min 01.755secs GT2
38. Lieb/Lietz/Henzler Felbermayr-Proton Porsche 997 RSR 4min 02.001secs GT2
39. Fisichella/Alesi/Vilander AF Corse Ferrari F430 4min 02.492secs GT2
40. Companc/Russo/Salo AF Corse Ferrari F430 4min 02.615secs GT2

41. Berville/Canal/Gardel Larbre Competition Saleen S7R 4min 03.175secs GT1
42. Schell/Da Rocha/Zollinger Pegasus Racing Norma-Judd 4min 03.784secs LMP2
43. Farnbacher/Simonsen/Keen Hankook-Farnbacher Ferrari F430 4min 03.886secs GT2
44. Krohn/Jonsson/van de Poele Risi Competizione Ferrari F430 4min 03.959secs GT2
45. Muller/Farfus/Alzen BMW Motorsport BMW E92 M3 4min 04.986secs GT2
46. Priaulx/Muller/Werner BMW Motorsport BMW E92 M3 4min 05.851secs GT2
47. Holzer/Westbrook/Scheider BMS Scuderia Italia Porsche 997 RSR 4min 06.278secs GT2
48. Bell/Sugden/Miller JMW Motorsport Aston Martin Vantage 4min 06.391secs GT2
49. Coronel/Dumbreck/Bleekemolen Spyker Squadron Spyker C8 Laviolette 4min 06.997secs GT2
50. Neiman/Law/Bergmeister Flying Lizard Porsche 997 RSR 4min 08.315secs GT2

51. Felbermayr/Felbermayr/Konopko Felbermayr-Proton Porsche 997 RSR 4min 10.054secs GT2
52. Gachnang/Frey/Allemann Matech Competition Ford GT 4min 11.566secs GT1
53. Yogo/Yamanishi/Iiri JLOC Lamborghini Murcielago 4min 13.368secs GT1
54. Gentilozzi/Dalziel/Goossens Jaguar RSR Jaguar XKRS 4min 13.537secs GT2
55. Hommerson/Mahiels/van Splunteren Prospeed Competition Porsche 997 RSR 4min 14.578secs GT2
56. Prost/Jani/Andretti Rebellion Racing Lola B09/60-Rebellion No Time LMP1

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Berg Jorgmeister - Unregistered

June 10, 2010 8:24 AM

That's some impressive pace from the Peugeots - and I don't think Audi expected to be as slow. Come the race, they will be far more competitive, but may need rain to challenge. Agree with an earlier post - Audi's recent domination was down to a fast car and no competition - meaning relatively 'easy' wins, if there are such things at Le Mans. It's just history repeating itself - rewind to 25 years when Peugeot ended Audi's WRC dominance.

Just Observing - Unregistered

June 10, 2010 2:53 AM

Go have a read about Porsche's canceled LMP program and you might have a slightly different view of the Audi domination of Le Mans, and also to why Porsche took such an affront when Audi criticized them for going into LMP2 instead of LMP1.. ... and for the first time I agree with the ACO's decision to slow the LMP's down... just don't agree with how they are going to do it... its only the DIESEL cars (in particular the Pugs) that need to be brought back to the pack... they are the ones 10 seconds faster than the ACO's target time of 3:30 average

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