Friday, June 10, 2011

24 Hours of Le Mans: Audi says the front row

The fight for the 24 Hours of Le Mans, the infinite duel between Audi and Peugeot, has just begun and so far sees slight advantage in the German cars that have won the first row with the crews Fassler-Lotterer and Treluyer-Bernhard-Rockenfeller -Dumas, in first and second position. It seems that the R18 TDI is faster over one lap of the Peugeot 908 HDi, but the gaps are minimal and can not give any indication of a race so grueling and unpredictable.

In fact, among the first of the first of Peugeot and Audi, to Pagenaud-Bourdais-Lamy, who will start at second row with the sister car driven by Sarrazin-Minassian-Montagny, dancing about 3 / 10, confirming the overall balance between forces in the field. As a result, will be racing situations and reliability to make a difference under the checkered flag.

Pro-GTE in category reserved for the coaches, the BMW M3 GT-Farfus Jor Muller-Werner will fire ahead of the Ferrari 458 Fisichella of Italy-Bruni-Vilander Bavarian coupe and the other headed by Priaulx, Dirk Muller-Hand. Now that the grid has been started which is not prepared to live this automotive marathon all in one go.

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