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Le Mans 2010: Peugeot grabs first four grid spots, Corvette on GT2 pole

Peugeot 908 HDi subordinate for Le Mans 2010
Qualifying for a 24 Hours of Le Mans is getting utterly predictable, with a big subject being that of a Peugeot 908s will come out upon top. After 3 timed sessions over dual days, a No. 3 Peugeot of Pedro Lamy, Sebastien Bourdais as well as Simon Pagenaud came was quickest as a 4 French diesels filled a initial dual rows upon a grid. Right behind them are a 3 bureau Audi R15+ TDIs as well as afterwards a dual Aston Martin-Lolas.

Down a margin in a LMP2 ranks, a Honda powered ARX-01c campaigned by UK-based Strakka racing lapped a eight-mile circuit 1.46 seconds faster than a similar car being run by defending American Le Mans Series champs Highcroft Racing. 2010 is a last year of eligibility for a GT1 category during Le Mans as well as Aston Martin hopes to go out in style. The DBR9 driven by Tomas Enge, Christoph Nygaard as well as Peter Kox edged out a pair of Ford GTs as well as a ex-factory GT1 Corvettes.

In GT2, ALMS regulars ruled a roost. The No.82 Risi Ferrari ran fastest but its time was disallowed since of an different technical infraction. As a result, a dual Corvette C6.Rs will lead a GT2 margin to a immature dwindle with Oliver Gavin, Olivier Beretta as well as Emmanuel Collard upon a pole. Unfortunately for a JaguarRSR team, a cool green-and-black leaping cat clothing has not translated in to much speed with a XKR finishing dead last in qualifying, nearly thirteen seconds slower per path than a lead Vette. The immature dwindle falls during 3PM CET upon Saturday, so stay tuned.

Gallery: Le Mans 2010: Qualifying as well as practice