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June 13th, 2010
Audi claimed a shock 1-2-3 victory in this year’s Le Mans 24 Hours after Peugeot suffered a catastrophic collapse from the stronghold it enjoyed early in the race. Peugeot was cruising, with the #2 car in particular looking almost certain for victory, but reliability woes plagued the 908s throughout the race and each of its cars ground to a halt before the end. That left the race to fall into the laps of the unfancied Audi R15s, which had been unable to compete with the raw pace of the Peugeots all week long.
June 13th, 2010
Peugeot still leads the Le Mans 24 Hours after 13 hours although several of its cars have encountered reliability problems. Nicolas Minassian took over the leading #2 Peugeot from Stephane Sarrazin and maintained a consistently quick pace in front, stretching away from the #8 Audi R15 Plus in second. The #8 Audi made an unscheduled stop for new tyres just one lap after Andre Lotterer had pitted.
June 12th, 2010
Audi’s 2010 Le Mans challenge has been hit by a crash for Tom Kristensen in the #7 car. Kristensen, who had been around two minutes behind the leading Peugeot, came across the BMW M3 of Andy Priaulx at the Porsche Curves. The BMW was struggling with a front-left puncture and a suspected broken wheel and caught Kristensen out as it crossed the track
June 11th, 2010
Audi says it had ‘no option’ to build a closed-top car for this year’s Le Mans 24 Hours, despite main rival Peugeot’s design appearing to have the edge once more at the Circuit de la Sarthe. Audi Sport technical director Ralf Juttner said the marque had originally planned to run its R15 for two years so could not make radical design departures with its R15 plus for this season. He said Audi had lost the biggest advantage of its open-top design thanks to rule changes made by Le Mans organiser, the ACO, ahead of last season’s Le Mans Series
June 10th, 2010
Peugeot hammered home its advantage over Audi in final qualifying for this weekend’s Le Mans 24 Hours by cementing its sweep of the first two rows of the grid in final qualifying. Le Mans born Sebastien Bourdais was the man to clinch pole position, with his 3m19.711s effort on Wednesday proving good enough to grasp the top spot.
June 9th, 2010
The three works Peugeot 908s and the factory-supported ORECA entry held the top four positions at the end of the opening practice session ahead of this weekend’s Le Mans 24 Hours. Audi’s R15 Plus is a clear improvement over last year’s car but it has yet to equal the Peugeots’ pace around the Circuit de la Sarthe, with the Tom Kristensen, Dindo Capello, Allan McNish car best of the rest in fifth
May 9th, 2010
Timo Bernhard built his sportscar reputation with Porsche, where he won two LMP2 class titles in the American Le Mans Series. But he is now part of former arch-rival Audi’s LMP1 line-up, and is racing the R15 Plus for the first time at Spa this weekend.
April 11th, 2010
The new Audi R15 plus claimed a dominant victory on its debut in the Paul Ricard 8 Hours. Audi drivers Allan McNish and Rinaldo Capello led all but two and half laps of the opening round of the Le Mans Series on the way to a four-lap victory over the Aston Martin Racing Lola driven by Stefan Mucke, Adrian Fernandez and Harold Primat.
April 11th, 2010
The factory Audi R15 plus driven by Allan McNish and Rinaldo Capello dominated the first half of the Paul Ricard 8 Hours. The solo Audi entered for the Le Mans Series opener held a lead of more than two laps over the Aston Martin Racing coupe at the four-hour mark. The Joest-run R15 plus gained a clear lead when the factory-asssisted ORECA Peugeot lost time when the rear airjack failed at its first pitstop at the end of the first hour.
April 10th, 2010
The ORECA Peugeot team beat the factory Audi to pole position for tomorrow’s Paul Ricard 8 Hours. Nicolas Lapierre set a best time of 1m41.195s in the factory-assisted Peugeot 908 HDi, which was just under half a second quicker than Dindo Capello aboard the new Audi R15 plus
April 9th, 2010
Tom Kristensen will sit out this weekend’s Le Mans Series opener at Paul Ricard as he has not completely recovered from a torn heel tendon he sustained when playing badminton in January. The Dane had been set to share the new Audi R15 Plus with Allan McNish and Dindo Capello, but although he fared well in his first test since the injury at Monza on Wednesday, he decided in consultation with the team’s medics that it would be better not to race on Sunday