Find out more about our subscriptions

Audi quickest in second Sebring test

#1 Audi, Sebring testingAudi moved to the front on the second day of testing for the Sebring 12 Hours on Tuesday, although its quickest times in the two one-hour sessions did not quite match the pace set by Peugeot during Monday's opening test day.

The #1 Audi of Timo Bernhard, Romain Dumas and Mike Rockenfeller topped both Tuesday sessions, its morning 1m48.450s a second clear of the opposition, and its 1m49.271s in the second session 0.2s ahead of the two Peugeots.

Audi's #2 car completed the top four, with the Highcroft HPD again the nearest challenger to the diesels, and within a second of the lead pace.

GT remained extremely close with just a few fractions of a second covering the lead group all day. The #04 Corvette was quickest in the first session, before the AF Corse Ferrari nosed ahead later on.

Signature's ORECA-Nissan continued to dominate in LMP2.

The teams now have a day off on Wednesday before official practice commences on Thursday.

  More news  
Read the AUTOSPORT Digital Edition
Visit the shop
See highlights from 60 years of AUTOSPORT
HPD's debut podium stuns drivers
Audi frustrated by incidents
Peugeot satisfied with reliability
ORECA takes surprise Sebring win
Peugeot heads close fight into sunset
#8 Peugeot leads as rivals collide
Peugeot on top after three hours
Peugeot holds early Sebring lead
Peugeot flies to Sebring pole
ORECA quickest in final practice
Peugeot back on top at night
Audi quickest in Sebring practice
Peugeot leads close Sebring test