24 Hours of Le Mans

Manthey EMA Claims Historic First-Ever LMGT3 Win at Le Mans
24 Hours of Le Mans

Manthey EMA Claims Historic First-Ever LMGT3 Win at Le Mans

By Score More In a thrilling and historic race, Manthey EMA has made its mark by claiming the first-ever LMGT3 class victory at the 24 Hours of Le Mans. The trio of Yasser Shahin, Morris Schuring, and Richard Lietz piloted the No. 91 Porsche 911 GT3 R to a triumphant finish, outpacing the No. 31 BMW M4 GT3 from Team WRT. The No. 91 Porsche, expertly driven by the Manthey EMA team, crossed the finish line a full lap ahead of the BMW M4 GT3, shared by Darren Leung, Sean Gelael, and Augusto Farfus. Proton Competition also celebrated a successful debut for the Ford Mustang GT3, securing third place with drivers Giorgio Roda, Mikkel Pedersen, and Dennis Olsen. The race, marking the 92nd running of the French endurance classic, saw early dominance from the Manthey-entered Po...
Ferrari Triumphs in Thrilling 24 Hours of Le Mans Finish
24 Hours of Le Mans

Ferrari Triumphs in Thrilling 24 Hours of Le Mans Finish

By Score More Le Mans, France - In a thrilling conclusion to the 24 Hours of Le Mans, Ferrari's #50 499P, driven by Antonio Fuoco, Miguel Molina, and Nicklas Nielsen, triumphed over Toyota's #7 car in a nail-biting finish, marking Ferrari's second consecutive win at the prestigious endurance race. The final hours saw an intense battle as Nielsen, behind the wheel of the #50 Ferrari, had to save fuel due to an unscheduled pit stop caused by a door malfunction. This forced Nielsen to conserve while Toyota's Jose Maria Lopez and Ferrari's Alessandro Pier Guidi in the #51 car drove aggressively after delaying their final pit stops. Despite these challenges, Nielsen managed to stretch his fuel and energy from his final stop with 50 minutes remaining, securing a landmark victory for...
24 Hours of Le Mans Friday Notebook: Scrutineering, Driver Updates, and Team Preparations
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24 Hours of Le Mans Friday Notebook: Scrutineering, Driver Updates, and Team Preparations

By Score More Scrutineering Progress: On Friday, 37 of the 62 cars entered in this year’s 24 Hours of Le Mans completed scrutineering at the Place de la Republique in downtown Le Mans. The remaining 25 cars are scheduled to undergo checks on Saturday. Notable Hypercar teams that passed scrutineering include BMW M Team WRT, Hertz Team JOTA, Lamborghini Iron Lynx, Isotta Fraschini Duqueine, Alpine, Cadillac (both Chip Ganassi Racing and Action Express Racing), and Peugeot. Driver Updates and Team Adjustments: Jordan Pepper was officially confirmed as Lamborghini Iron Lynx’s reserve driver. The South African driver is expected to get seat time in both Lamborghini SC63s during Sunday’s test day. Peugeot reserve driver Malthe Jakobsen will focus on his duties with th...