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Barrier repairs were required after contact between the #28 TDS ORECA of Matthieu Vaxiviere and the Risi Compeitizione Ferrari 488 GTE of Pierre Kaffer pitched the GTE car into the guardrail at the first chicane on the Mulsanne Straight, and during that time the leading cars concertinaed together.
The #7 Toyota’s advantage has now been cut to 26 seconds by the leading Porsche of Andre Lotterer, who in turn has been caught dramatically by Kazuki Nakajima in the second Toyota, which is now just five seconds further back.
The third Toyota is still losing time after its pitstop to close an ajar door in the previous hour put it in an unfortunate position during the slow zone and dropped it almost a whole lap behind Sarrazin up front.
Each year, the 24 Hours of Le Mans offers some of the most intense and exciting action motorsports have to offer, and this year should be no different. Already, the Toyota TS050 Hybrid has set a new record lap time at Circuit de la Sarthe, turning in a time of 3:14.791 with driver Kamui Kobayashi behind the wheel. Porsche will keep things interesting with its 919 Hybrid race car, as it looks to defend last year’s victory.
The race will be covered on Fox Sports 1 and Fox Sports 2 in the U.S., but if you want to catch all the action in its entirety, than Fox Sports GO is your best bet. The entire race will be available on Fox Sports GO. This year’s race will start at 6:00 AM Pacific / 9:00 AM Eastern on June 17, and coverage will be available on Fox Sports 1 from 5:30 AM Pacific / 8:30 AM Eastern to 7:00 AM Pacific / 10:00 AM Eastern. Fox Sports 2 will take over from 10:00 AM Pacific / 1:00 PM Eastern to 10:00 PM Pacific / 1:00 AM Eastern. From there, Fox Sports 1 will have coverage from 10:00 PM Pacific / 1:00 AM Eastern to 6:30 AM Pacific / 9:30 AM Eastern.
You can also tune into RadioLeMans for coverage of the race once it starts at 6:00 AM Pacific / 9:00 AM Eastern. There will also be broadcasts on XM channel 201 and Sirius channel 138 for those with satellite radio access.
You can also follow along as AutoGuide.com‘s own Dan Ilika tries his best to stay away during the entire 24-hour race.