Crash for Alpine at the 24 Hours of Le Mans, which drops back into the standings.

Crash for Alpine at the 24 Hours of Le Mans, which drops back into the standings.


Shortly after 9am on Sunday, Matthieu Vaxivière crashed at the Porsche corner gate while trying to overtake the GT. Meanwhile, the LMP2 was also trying to over-maneuver and the GT spun out, forcing the French driver into the dirt section of the track. He went straight and ended up at the security barriers. He was able to drive the car back to the pits for repairs, but again lost precious minutes as the car launched into mid-LMP2 to close out the top 10. After this incident, it fell back to 29th place.

Up front, the Toyota cars were still quietly at the front on Sunday morning, with the No. 8 of Brendon Hartley in front, one lap ahead of the No. 7 of Jose Maria Lopez. Glickenhaus n°709 is on the temporary Hypercar podium for 5 laps.

In LMP2, #38 JOTA is still in first place, one lap ahead of #9 Prema and two laps ahead of #28 JOA.

Fatal crash of Corvette n°64

Big change in GTE Pro with the fatal crash of Corvette n°64, which was second behind Ferrari n°51. Alexander Sims was beaten by François Perrodo’s LMP2 on the Mulsanne Straight. It’s game over for Chevrolet, which leaves the 488 20 inches ahead of Porsche n°91.

In GTE Am, it’s Aston Martin at the controls, n°33 of TF Sport.