Pos N° Cat Team Driver Car T Laps Gap 1 6 P1 Toyota Gazoo Racing SARRAZIN Stéphane Toyota TS050 - Hybrid M 101 - 2 1 P1 Porsche Team BERNHARD Timo Porsche 919 Hybrid M 101 7.361 3 2 P1 Porsche Team JANI Neel Porsche 919 Hybrid M 101 56.472 4 5 P1 Toyota Gazoo Racing NAKAJIMA Kazuki Toyota TS050 - Hybrid M 101 2:06.718 5 8 P1 Audi Sport Team Joest DI GRASSI Lucas Audi R18 M 101 3:01.345 6 13 P1 Rebellion Racing TUSCHER Mathéo Rebellion R-One - AER D 96 5 Laps 7 7 P1 Audi Sport Team Joest LOTTERER André Audi R18 M 95 6 Laps 8 46 P2 Thiriet By Tds Racing HIRAKAWA Ryo Oreca 05 - Nissan D 94 7 Laps 9 36 P2 Signatech Alpine RICHELMI Stéphane Alpine A460 - Nissan D 94 48.877 10 47 P2 KCMG MATSUDA Tsugio Oreca 05 - Nissan D 93 8 Laps 4:06.900#7 had a early problem that required a turbo change, costing them 20 mins
It's the Garage 56 entry btw.fenix4life wrote:SO they just said on Eurosport that he has some kind of airbag-ish shooting chair below him. In case of an issue he could eject himself
The controls he’s using to drive his open-top Morgan-Nissan LMP2 were developed initially to get him back behind the wheel of a road car.
These controls are simple but clever because the system can be removed, allowing his Le Mans teammates—Tinseau and Jean-Bernard Bouvet—to drive the car conventionally. Sausset steers with his prosthetic right arm, plugging it into his own steering wheel. His thighs activate paddles in the seat, applying the brake and accelerator pedals via removable levers.
The concessions to his disability are a full automatic gearbox, turned off for his teammates, and power-assisted ABS brakes.
He overtook on track?Steven wrote:And Davidson takes back the lead for Toyota #5
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