I was out of the loop as well this year. Followed several hours, and then at the end noticed the #7 had dropped back.
It still remains curious how Toyota, with a seemingly comfortable advantage, cannot get both its cars reliable. It was the same in the last two years.
Perhaps they completely halted development, or they weren't comfortable, as in other WEC races, they weren't that dominant, but I don't really get it. With other big manufacturers in the game, and therefore having to push a bit more, they would still face an uphill struggle I think.
Anyway, congrats to all! I guess it's not definitely time to look ahead to a different set of regulations.