has sealed a front row lock-out for for the 24 Hours of Le Mans after improving on his provisional pole-time set yesterday.



Nakajima’s 3:15.337 improved by nearly 2 seconds to put the number 8 TS050 on pole with and Sebastien Buemi – 2 seconds ahead of the sister car of Kamui Kobayashi. Rebellion Racing was the best of the non-hybrid teams with Bruno Senna 4 seconds off the ultimate pace.


Rebellion team-mate Thomas Laurent ran provisionally quicker in the number 3 Rebellion R13 Gibson was penalised for not stopping at the scrutineering light.

In LMP2, Paul-Loup Chatin took pole for  IDEC Sport with a 3:24.842. The number 48 Oreca 07 Gibson along with Memo Rojas and Paul Lafargue. As was the case with Rebellion, Loic Duval had recorded a provisional pole time for TDS Racing but had his time deleted for track infringements.

DragonSpeed finished 2nd in LMP2 ahead of the number 26 G-Drive Racing Oreca of Jean-Eric Vergne


Fred Makowiecki performed immaculately to put the number 91 Porsche on GTE Pro pole with just two laps in the bank ahead of the number 92 ‘Pink Pig’ sister car, while the number 66 Ford Chip Ganassi entry took 3rd.


In GTE Am, Dempsey Proton Racing once again stole the show with the number 88 entry taking pole ahead of the Guld Racing Porsche steered by Ben Barker and the number 77 sister Dempsey Proton entry – which again received a 1000 Euro penalty for not stopping at the scrutineering light.


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