24 Hours Of Lemans

June 11, 2011 by staff 

24 Hours Of Lemans24 Hours Of Lemans, Audi held the lead after the first pit stop at the 24 Hours of Le Mans, but lost a car when Allan McNish Audi No. 3 in the afternoon collided with a Ferrari on Saturday.

McNish, second, is trying to overtake the slower Ferrari No. 58 driven by Anthony Beltoise – which was a disadvantage of two rounds – the Audi No. 3 hit in the Ferrari before it crashed into a pile of tires and breaking into pieces.

The spectacular crash, just 50 minutes, led to the neutralization of the race behind the safety car so that the remains could be removed.

McNish was unhurt and left the cabin at the foot of the track.

Defending champion Timo Bernhard took advantage of the stops to take the lead in his Audi No. 1.

Audi No. 2, led by Benoit Treluyer pole, was second, followed by three Peugeot cars.

A total of 56 cars started the 79th edition of the French endurance race, which ends on Sunday afternoon.

The team that completes the most laps in 24 hours, up to three drivers alternating wins the race.

Audi took the top three last year. Peugeot could not finish the race.

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