Conway’s Cadillac DPi-VR lapped the course in 1’36.225 seconds, setting the fastest first sector. Meanwhile, due to Montoya’s best efforts at the # 60 Acura ARX-05, he set the fastest time in the third sector.
Scott Dixon is Cadillac Chip Ganassi Racing’s fastest driver, only a quarter second behind a similar AXR car, and IndyCar’s ace Alexander Rossi is the fastest 4 of Wayne Taylor Racing’s Acura drivers. It was a place.
Loic Duval of JDC Mirror Motorsport lapped less than 0.6 seconds slower than the fastest time and faster than Mazda of Harry Tinknell.
Jimmie Johnson was impressed by the # 48 AXR car, which was 1 minute 37.061 seconds behind his teammate Conway, just 0.836 seconds behind.
In LMP2, Guido van der Gard topped the racing team Nederland with a lap of 1’37.991 seconds. This was slightly faster than the best effort at Mikkel Jensen’s PR1 / Matthias Motorsport entry. Matthieu Vaxiviere was nearly 0.5 seconds down Tower Motorsports in a Starkworks car.
Moritz Kranz kept Muellner Motorsport Duquene at the top of the LMP3 category, with former P1 ace Joan Barbosa rising second in Sean Creech Motorsport Ligier and 0.5 seconds in Oliver Ascue’s Riley Motorsport entry.
Tommy Milner has pushed the # 4 Corvette C8.R to the top of the GT Le Mans Time. This is the fastest BMW M8, just 0.045 seconds ahead of Augusto Farfus. This pair was only 0.5 seconds behind Kranz’s top LMP3 time, ahead of all other prototypes in the slowest category.
The Ferrari 488 of the Scuderia Corsa, driven by Marcos Gomez, broke through GT Daytona with a lap of 1’46.731 seconds. Philip Ellis was second in the Mercedes-Benz AMG GT3 at Winward Racing, and Mikaël Grenier was third in a car similar to the San Energy 1.
Albert Costa’s Grasser Racing Team Lamborghini was fourth.
Saturday’s action begins at 10:30 am local time (eastern).
Conway tops Montoya in second session
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