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24 Hours of Le Mans

June 14-15, at LeMans, France

Officially the Le Mans Grand Prix d'Endurance and first held in 1923. Contested over the 8.451-mile Circuit de la Sarthe in Le Mans, France. Listed are drivers, countries, car, and laps completed.

  • 1 (1) Michele Alboreto (ITA), Stefan Johansson (SWE), Tom Kristensen (DEN); TWR Porsche; 361 laps (3050.726 miles) at 126.876 mph
  • 2 (19) Jean-Marc Gounon (FRA), Anders Olofsson (SWE), Pierre-Henri Raphanel (FRA); McLaren F1 GTR; 360 laps.
  • 3 (16) Eric Helary (FRA), Peter Kox (NET), Roberto Ravaglia (ITA); McLaren BMW F1 GTR; 358 laps.
  • 4 (13) Didier Cottaz (FRA), Mark Goossens (BEL), Jerome Policand (FRA); Courage C41; 336 laps.
  • 5 (12) Patrice Gouseland (FRA), Armin Hahne (GER), Pedro Lamy (POR); Porsche 911 GT1; 331 laps.
  • Fastest lap: Tom Kristensen, (lap #210) TWR Porsche; 135.170 mph. Top qualifier: Michele Alboreto, TWR Porsche, 137.297 mph (3:41.581).
  • Weather: overcast, dry. Attendance: 174,000 (est.).

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