France driver Sébastien Bourdais, won this Saturday’s pole spot in the IMSA US Endurance Championship round which is being contested this weekend in Mid-Ohio.
At the helm of one of Chip Ganassi’s 01 Cadillac DPi, which he shares with Dutchman Ranger van der Zende, the Manceau driver signed for his third season of the season after his first and second appearances at Sebring in Long Beach, in five races. !
The chronological author of 1’10 ”439devotes memory time and leads to more than part twelve Portuguese driver Felipe Albuquerque, who drives one of the two Acura ARX-05, # 10 Wayne Taylor Racing, pushed back to 0.222
Bourdais who demonstrated and explained:
“We had to push very hard the green flag very early because it was raining and I wasn’t sure the thigh would be good enough, but I got good.”
“The boys did a very good job of throwing us fast cars, we put this Cadillac up there. We really look forward to a good start and put Cadillac ahead in every race..
Following the second column, Englishman Oliver Jarvis and Acura ARX-05 second, Meyer Shank Racing number 60, backed by third-placed Tom Blomqvist in 0.352 and another Englishman Alex Lynn, a Bourdais ally in the Chip Ganassi Tournament and running another Cadillac 02 with New Zealand’s Earl Bamber and who is directing. 0.556
Tristan Nunez, who runs with Brazilian Pipo Derani in the Cadillac n ° 31 of the Action Express Tournament, finds himself in 0.614 with Frenchman Tristan Vautier teaming up with Richard Westbrook driving in the Cadillac n ° 5 of JDC-Miller MotorSports accepting 0.644, taking third place .
Oreca 07 two PR1 Mathiasen take first place in the LMP2 category with Patrick Kelly on the n ° 52 wheel 1’14 ”484 sorry and in front of Steven Thomas with a sister car, Oreca 07 n ° 11 of PR1 Mathiasen Motorsports and Henrik Hedman driving Oreca 07 n ° 81 of DragonSpeed US.