Neil Jani and Nick Tandy brought the Porsche pole position in the race “6 hours of Austin”, ahead of the 0.2 seconds teammates Timo Bernhard and Earl Bamber.
After the first series of laps in the fastest time of 1.44,656 have been on account of Jani. His fellow crew Tandy showed almost identical results 1.44,659, however, lost this time due to violations of the boundaries of the track in the 19th turn. Your second round the Briton drove slower, showing 1.44,827, but it was enough to average racers Porsche #1 was the best.
Bernhard from the second Porsche crew lost only a few thousandths of seconds, Jani, but Bamber showed only 1.45,300, which did not allow them to compete for pole position.
Toyota has once again failed to compete with their only rivals in LMP1. Best TS050 HYBRID prototype under the direction of Sebastien Buemi and Kazuki Nakajima was placed on the third line with a delay of 1.6 seconds from the time of pole position, while the second crew lost 2.3 seconds.
In LMP2 pole position was won by the team Signatech Alpine – Nicolas Lapierre and Andrea Negrao 0.2 seconds ahead of Mathias Besha and David Hansson advocating collective Rebellion.
The crew of G-Drive Racing squad of Roman Rusinov, Alex Lynn and Pierre Tire was qualified for fifth place in the class, but the time of the pole they have lost only 0,564 seconds.
In the second GTE Pro pole position in a row after “6 hours of Mexico” was won by the AF Corse Ferrari drivers Davide Rigon and Sam bird, and polulyubitelsky class the best result was shown by Pedro Lamy and Paul dalla Lana in the Aston Martin Vantage GTE.
|1.|| Neal Jani
|Porsche LMP Team||1.44,741|
|2.|| Timo Bernhard
|Porsche LMP Team||1.44,994||+0,253|
|3.|| Sebastien Buemi
|Toyota Gazoo Racing||1.46,400||+1,659|
|4.|| Mike Conway
Jose Maria Lopez
|Toyota Gazoo Racing||1.47,098||+2,357|
|5.|| Nicolas Lapierre
|Matmut Signatech Alpine||1.54,024||+9,283|
Nelson Piquet Jr.
|7.|| Ho-Pin Tung
|Jackie Chan DC Racing||1.54,315||+9,574|
|8.|| Gulben Canal
|9.|| Roman Rusinov
|10.|| Matt RAO
|CEFC Manor TRS Racing||1.55,186||+10,445|
|11.|| David Chan
|Jackie Chan DC Racing||1.55,550||+10,809|
|12.|| François Perrodo
|13.|| Davide Rigon
|14.|| Andy Priaulx
|Ford Chip Ganassi Team UK||2.03,256||+18,515|
|15.|| Niki Tim
|Aston Martin Racing||2.03,308||+18,567|
|16.|| James Calado
|17.|| Stefan Mücke
|Ford Chip Ganassi Team UK||2.03,750||+19,009|
|18.|| Darren Turner
|Aston Martin Racing||2.04,051||+19,310|
|19.|| Persons Richard
|Porsche GT Team||2.04,323||+19,582|
|20.|| Michael Christensen
|Porsche GT Team||2.04,386||+19,645|
|21.|| Paul Dalla Lana
|Aston Martin Racing||2.06,031||+21,290|
|22.|| Thomas Fler
|Spirit of Race||2.07,203||+22,462|
|23.|| IOC Veins Sun
|24.|| Christian Reid
|25.|| Michael Wainwright
|26.|| Roberto Gonzalez
|CEFC Manor TRS Racing|
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