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Old 19th June 2007, 19:18   #1
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Default 2007 le mans

In a predictable outcome, Audi once again won the most important race
in the world. Despite a heavy threat from Peugeot and retirement of
a team car, Frank Biela, Emanuele Pirro and Marco Werner drove Audi
#1 the furthest, leading to a wet 24 hour finish.

Big news came from the GT1 class when Aston Martin successfully
dethroned long time winner Corvette. Number 009 placed a remarkable
fifth overall as driven by David Brabham, Rickard Rydell and Darren

To complement LeMans we have a round of Ferrari's Historic Challenge
from Mont Tremblant. Despite an absence of the factory's Corse
Clienti program, our gallery by Richard Owen still features some
remarkable classic Ferraris and the ongoing F430 Challenge.

SUPERCARS.NET - 2007 LeMans 24 Hours

1. Pirro/Biela/Werner Audi Sport North America Audi R10 Tdi 369 laps LMP1
2. Bourdais/Sarrazin/Lamy Team Peugeot Total Peugeot 908 HDi FAP 359 laps LMP1
3. Boullion/Dumas/Collard Pescarolo Sport Pescarolo-Judd 358 laps LMP1
4. Hall/Barbosa/Short Rollcentre Racing Pescarolo-Judd 347 laps LMP1
5. Brabham/Rydell/Turner Aston Martin Racing Aston Martin DBR9 343 laps GT1
6 O'Connell/Magnussen/Fellows Corvette Racing Corvette C6.R 342 laps GT1
7. Elgaard/Gollin/Bouchut Aston Martin Racing Larbre Aston Martin DBR9 341 laps GT1
8. Yoong/Mucke/Charouz Charouz Racing System Lola B07/17-Judd 338 laps LMP1
9. Kox/Herbert/Enge Aston Martin Racing Aston Martin DBR9 337 laps GT1
10. Belloc/Prost/Groppi Team ORECA Saleen S7-R 337 laps GT1

11. Malucelli/Davies/Babini Aston Martin Racing BMS Aston Martin DBR9 336 laps GT1
12. Policand/Goueslard/Alphand Luc Alphand Aventures Corvette C6.R 327 laps GT1
13. Tinseau/Treluyer/Primat Pescarolo Sport Pescarolo-Judd 325 laps LMP1
14. Vasiliev/Kostka/Persl Convers Menx Team Ferrari 550 Maranello 322 laps GT1
15. Narac/Lietz/Long IMSA Performance Matmut Porsche 911 GT3 RSR 320 laps GT2
16. Ortelli/Ayari/Lapierre Team ORECA Saleen S7-R 318 laps GT1
17. Menten/Garcia/Fittipaldi Team Modena Aston Martin DBR9 318 laps GT1
18. Buncombe/Timpany/Binnie Binnie Motorsports Lola B05/40-Zytek 318 laps LMP2
19. Krohn/Jonsson/Braun Risi Competizione Ferrari F430 GT 314 laps GT2
20. Berridge/Evans/Owen Chamberlain Synergy Lola B06/10-AER 310 laps LMP1

21. Simonsen/Nielsen/Ehret Autorlando Sport Porsche 911 GT3 RSR 309 laps GT2
22. Macari/Aucott/Newey AF Corse Ferrari F430 GT 308 laps GT2
23. Tomlinson/Dean/Bell Team LNT Panoz Esperante GTLM 308 laps GT2
24. Andre/Vosse/Blanchemain Luc Alphand Aventures Corvette C5-R 306 laps GT1
25. Lammers/Hart/Bleekemolen Racing For Holland Dome S101.5-Judd 305 laps LMP1
26. Cochet/Frei/Besson Courage Competition Courage LC70-AER 305 laps LMP1
27. Kerr/Kurosawa/Fernandez Barazi Epsilon Zytek 07S/2 301 laps LMP2
28. Hallyday/Gosselin/Peter PSI Experience Corvette C6.R 289 laps GT1
29. Fisken/Berville/Bornhauser Aston Martin Racing Larbre Aston Martin DBR9 272 laps GT1
SportsCarForums.com - View Single Post - 2007 24 Heures du Mans

this wasnt the year for saleen or c6r come guys come out with newer versions.

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Old 19th June 2007, 20:07   #2
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Why do you say it wasnt the year of the C6R?? According to rules whoever wins gets a weight penalty, for soo many times C6R has been winning hence been slapped with weight penalty and more..

Finally this penalty would catch up to the corvette racing team, as for aston, in the mean time while c6r has been racing they have been perfecting their reliability which was poor to begin with, now they can run better and longer with less issues, so this day was to come, but now the next time aston will be or atleast should be slapped with penalty and the race would take another turn, not a big deal, I didnt see the race end but i was told that the safety car was brought into the last laps because of the weather, if it wasnt the case this aston martin vicotry wouldnt have been possible..either way I love Aston too, so no griefs there, always the better car wins in the end of the race which happened to be the DBR9..we will wait and see for the next time..

Also for better competition C6R and DBR9 should drop out of the GT1 class and join the GT2 where the other famous teams run, ferrari, porsche etc..

BTW I think Audi is just phenomenal when it comes to this...

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Aston win was not expected by many people waiting for the next year and hoping for live coverage but will have to wait for it to come on the internet so i can see it the safety car did come out at the end but also wasn't satisfied with saleen result i thought this would be the year of saleen.

audi has done really well also so has Pescarolo.

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