Porsche wins 2017 Le Mans

  • Published By: Droom
  • 22 June 2017

The #2 Porsche crew took the lead only in the last hour in an incident-filled race at the Circuit de la Sarthe, Le Mans, France.

Porsche drivers Timo Bernhard, Earl Bamber and Brendon Hartley took the title after all six LMP1 cars encountered issues during the race. The #2 Porsche crew, in an incident-filled race, claimed the lead only in the final hour, when Bernhard passed LMP2 racer Ho-Pin Tung in the #38 Jackie Chan DC Racing ORECA.

He finished a lap clear of Tung to collect his and Bamber's second Le Mans win, while Hartley collected his first.

Le Mans 24 hours result

1 LMP1 T.Bernhard, E.Bamber, B.Hartley Porsche LMP Team    Porsche     367
2 LMP2 H-Pin Tung, O.Jarvis, T.Laurent    Jackie Chan DC Racing        ORECA/Gibson 366
3 LMP2 N.Piquet Jr., M.Beche, D.H.Hansson Vaillante Rebellion ORECA/Gibson 364
4 LMP2 T.Gommendy, A.Brundle, D.Cheng    Jackie Chan DC Racing ORECA/Gibson 363
5 LMP2 N.Panciatici, A.Negrao, P.Ragues Signatech Alpine Matmut Alpine/Gibson 362
6 LMP2 F.Albuquerque, W.Owen, H.de Sadeleer United Autosports Ligier/Gibson 362
7 LMP2 R.Bradley, J.Allen, F.Matelli Graff  ORECA/Gibson    361
8 LMP2 J-E.Vergne, J.Hirschi, T.Graves CEFC Manor TRS Racing ORECA/Gibson    360
9 LMP1 A.Davidson, S.Buemi, K.Nakajima Toyota Gazoo Racing Toyota    358
10   LMP2   A.Belicchi, R.Lacorte, G.Sernagiotto Cetilar Villorba Corse    Dallara/Gibson 353
11 LMP2 R.Dumas, G.Menezes, M.Rao Signatech Alpine Matmut Alpine/Gibson 351
12 LMP2 N.Moore, K.Chandhok, P.Hanson Tockwith Motorsports Ligier/Gibson 351
13 LMP2 P.Lafargue, P.Lafargue, D.Zollinger Idec Sport Racing Ligier/Gibson 344
14 LMP2 R.Barrichello, J.Lammers, F.van Eerd    Racing Team Nederland Dallara/Gibson 344
15 LMP2 B.Hanley, F.Rosenqvist, H.Hedman Dragonspeed - 10 Star    ORECA/Gibson 343


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