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GT1 leader damaged in crash

The class-leading GT1 Ford shared by Thomas Mutsch, Romain Grosjean and Jonathan Hirschi has been badly damaged after contact with an LMP1 car in the 10th hour of the Le Mans 24 Hours.

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