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#3 Peugeot wins bizarre Spa 1000kms

The Peugeot of Simon Pagenaud, Sebastien Bourdais and Pedro Lamy survived a first lap spin, an unprecedented red flag and ensuing confusion, a late-race rain storm and a trip across the gravel in the final hour, to win the most chaotic race in the history of the Le Mans Series at Spa

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