Aston Martin leads both classes at Le Mans

At the halfway mark of the 24 Hours of Le Mans, Aston Martin Racing is leading both GTE classes. While the #99 Hanergy-liveried Vantage GTE is locked in an exhilarating wheel-to-wheel battle with the #64 Corvette at the front of the GTE PRO class, the #98 Gulf-liveried car leads the GTE AM class with a comfortable one-minute gap. The #95 Vantage GTE is sixth in GTE PRO, after spending some time in the pits early on, and #96 Vantage GTE lost time due to an incident and is 12th in GTE AM.

Disappointment came for the #97 Vantage GTE when an engine issue caused by damage forced retirement for the team that was running in second place in GTE PRO.

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Driver line-ups
#99 – Fernando Rees, Alex MacDowall, Richie Stanaway
#98 – Pedro Lamy, Paul Dalla Lana, Mathias Lauda
#97 – Darren Turner, Stefan Mücke, Rob Bell
#96 – Stuart Hall, Francesco Castellacci, Roald Goethe
#95 – Marco Sørensen, Nicki Thiim, Christoffer Nygaard

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