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After Mickel Jensen made contact with the LMP3 car on Turn 3, he spun the PR1 / Matthias Motorsport Oreca LMP2, which shook the order with the seventh full-course warning of the race at the start of the 14th hour.

It urged Taylor’s # 10 Acura ARX-05 (taken over from Philippeal Bukerk at the beginning of the previous time) to change the brakes, took the car off the order and advertised the # 48 Action Express Cadillac Mike・ For the lead of Rockenfeller.

However, WTR Acura quickly regained the order, and by the start of the 15th hour, Mike Conway of # 31 AXR Cadillac led Scott Dixon in Ganasshikar and Taylor, and Rockenfeller was back like him. Stint was wearing it.

When Dixon and Taylor both passed through a car sponsored by Wellen Engineering of Conway, which appeared to be suffering from wrapping traffic, and Dixon handed it over to Rengar Van der Zande at the next stop, Taylor I was promoted to the top.

Another attention was raised when Kevin Estre spun the Weathertech Racing Porsche and pulled the debris onto the track, driving the top five DPis into all pits.

Van der Zande, who had passed Kamui Kobayashi at # 48 Cadillac just before the pit stop, returned to the top after the stop, and AJ Allmendinger jumped to second place in Meyer Shank Racing Acura using only fuel.

Conway was third in the # 48 car, followed by Kobayashi and WTR Acura, just before Elio Castroneves took command and was warned that action would resume. Oliver Jarvis drove Mazda and continued to circulate two laps in 6th place.

LMP2: Tower Motorsport inherits big lead

LMP2 has the advantage of Starworks Oreca’s Tower Motorsport (now Gabriel Aubry holding the steering wheel) orbiting the field due to an unknown issue that pushed Setilla Dallara behind the wall in the 15th hour. did.

Paul-Loup Chatin was trapped in the battle with Devlin De Francesco at Era Motorsport Oreca’s second and only Dragon Speed ​​Oreca remaining under warning.

The # 75 Riley Motorsport Ligier has been manipulating the Spencer Pigot and continues to lead the LMP3 in five laps. Currently recovering, Sean Kulich Motorsport Ligier is the closest rival following the Mürner Motorsport Duquene problem.

GTLM: BMW pays attention to steal lead from Corvette

BMW took the lead in the GT Le Mans class thanks to 15 hours of attention. This allowed the # 25 car driven by Connor de Filippi to be ahead of both Corvettes.

Nicky Catsburg took care to temporarily put a # 3 Corvette in front of his sister’s # 4 car early 15 hours to negate the advantage of about 5 seconds for Alexander Sims, but lead. The Dutch driver’s spell has been proven short-lived.

After The Sims returned, Catsburg continued to stick to the English tail, with two Corvettes running in tandem until the eighth warning.

De Filippi was only five seconds from the lead at the time, but at 15 hours he was up to second, shortly after passing Antonio Garcia and now in # 3 Corvette.

Tommy Milner ran third in the # 4 Corvette ahead of James Calado’s Risicon Pezizione Ferrari, and Marco Wittmann’s second BMW was careful to return to the lead lap.

In GT Daytona, Philip Ellis’ HTP Winward Motorsport Mercedes-AMG GT3 had a narrower advantage than Rafael Marcello’s similar Sun Energy 1 racing machine.

AF Corse Ferrari 488 GT3, which had been leading the class before the warning by Nicklas Nielsen, was in 3rd place, with Matteo Cressoni taking over from Nielsen.

Lamborghini Huracán GT3, which was delayed by Paul Mirror Racing, returned to the lead lap thanks to Yellow, and was in 4th place with Corey Lewis ahead of Jan Heilen of Light Motorsport Porsche 911 GT3 R and Zachary Robition of Puff Motorsport Porsche. I ran.

– Motorsports

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