Toyota Gazoo Racing was the fastest team in warm up as well. Car number 8 had the fastest time ahead of the number 7, while Porsche #1 sneaked in ahead of Toyota #9.
ByKolles Racing Team #4 only did four laps, which wasn’t a good sign. They changed the engine yesterday, after getting a new flown in from Nissan, but something on the car was giving them problems, though the team hasn’t informed exactly what.
In LMP2 we still have G-Drive Racing #26 at the front of the field, followed by the two Vaillante Rebellion cars – #31 ahead of #13. There were a lot of LMP2 cars that didn’t set a time during the 45 minutes of running. Graff #39 came crawling around the whole lap, with some kind of technical problem. They didn’t manage to get that one out of the pits again. Idec Sport Racing #17 had a crash at the end of the Porsche Curves, where the front of the car was damaged. After a change of the nose, they were back on track again.
Eurasia Motorsport #33 was back on track again, after their crash earlier in the week. They had to go for a completely new tub, so they team has been busy building a new car. The car ran well and finished in the middle of the LMP2 field.
In GTE Pro we had Ford Chip Ganassi Racing #69 as the quickest car, followed by Porsche #92. Then came the remaining three Fords, ahead of a line of Ferraris. Corvette Racing and Aston Martin Racing were on the track, but didn’t really put in any fast laps.
DH Racing #83 was quickest in GTE Am with Gulf Racing UK #86 in second. Proton Competition #88 was next, followed by Scuderia Corsa #65, which finally has got the car running fine, after a lot of problems earlier in the week.
Now it’s all about waiting until the race start at 15.00 CET.