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H10: Treluyer leads as race still frozen

Benoit TreluyerBenoit Treluyer now leads the Le Mans 24 Hours after the tenth hour of the race was run almost entirely behind the safety car as extensive repairs were made to the barriers at the scene of Mike Rockenfeller's accident.

The Frenchman took over the car from Andre Lotterer 20 minutes into the hour and led the race back to green flag conditions at the turn of the hour.

The #2 car currently has two thirds of a lap's advantage over its nearest rival - thanks to the safety car stagger - the #8 car driven by Franck Montagny. The two other 908s of Sebastien Bourdais and Alex Wurz remain third and fourth.

ORECA's year-old 908 is still fifth and a lap down, but it has two laps in hand over the leading petrol-powered LMP1. The #16 Pescarolo-Judd driven by Christophe Tinseau is the leading petrol car in sixth.

Alexandre Premat is still driving the LMP2-leading #48 ORECA-Nissan, with a lap in hand over the #41 Greaves Zytek currently driven by Olivier Lombard.

Oliver Gavin remains aboard the GTE Pro-leading #74 Chevrolet Corvette ahead of Marc Goossens in the #75 Porsche.

The leader in GTE Am is still the #70 Porsche - driven by Pascal Gibon.


- Mike Rockenfeller was taken to hospital following a frightening accident that totally destroyed the #1 Audi in the seventh hour of the race. The German had been running third when he made contact with a GTE Ferrari at kink after Mulsanne. Audi confirmed that their driver climbed from the car before medical crews got to him.

- The #3 Audi of Allan McNish crashed out of the race in the first hour having just taken second position. The Scot collected the #58 Luxury Racing Ferrari in the right-hander after the Dunlop Bridge. The heavy impact destroyed the car and McNish was taken to hospital for precautionary checks, but was later released with an all-clear.

- Both Aston Martin AMR Ones ran into trouble on the first lap of the race. Darren Turner spinning with mechanical trouble and Adrian Fernandez stopping out on the Mulsanne. The #007 car of Turner was recovered to the pits where it was discovered an alternator belt tensioner was to blame.


Pos  Car            Team                      Class   Gap
 1.  #2  Audi       Audi Sport Team Joest     (LMP1)  
 2.  #8  Peugeot    Peugeot Sport Total       (LMP1)  +    1 Lap
 3.  #9  Peugeot    Team Peugeot Total        (LMP1)  +    1 Lap
 4.  #7  Peugeot    Peugeot Sport Total       (LMP1)  +    1 Lap
 5.  #10 Peugeot    Team Oreca-Matmut         (LMP1)  +   2 Laps
 6.  #16 Pescarolo  Pescarolo Team            (LMP1)  +   4 Laps
 7.  #12 Lola       Rebellion Racing          (LMP1)  +   4 Laps
 8.  #13 Lola       Rebellion Racing          (LMP1)  +   4 Laps
 9.  #48 Oreca      Team Oreca-Matmut         (LMP2)  +   8 Laps
10.  #22 Lola       Kronos Racing             (LMP1)  +   9 Laps
11.  #41 Zytek      Greaves Motorsport        (LMP2)  +   9 Laps
12.  #39 Lola       PeCom Racing              (LMP2)  +   9 Laps
13.  #42 HPD        Strakka Racing            (LMP2)  +   9 Laps
14.  #33 Lola       Level 5 Motorsports       (LMP2)  +  10 Laps
15.  #26 Oreca      Signatech Nissan          (LMP2)  +  11 Laps
16.  #49 OAK        OAK Racing                (LMP2)  +  11 Laps
17.  #35 OAK        OAK Racing                (LMP2)  +  12 Laps
18.  #74 Corvette   Corvette Racing           (GTEP)  +  13 Laps
19.  #75 Porsche    Prospeed Competition      (GTEP)  +  13 Laps
20.  #51 Ferrari    AF Corse                  (GTEP)  +  14 Laps
21.  #36 HPD        RML                       (LMP2)  +  14 Laps
22.  #59 Ferrari    Luxury Racing             (GTEP)  +  14 Laps
23.  #73 Corvette   Corvette Racing           (GTEP)  +  14 Laps
24.  #80 Porsche    Flying Lizard Motorsports (GTEP)  +  14 Laps
25.  #24 OAK        OAK Racing                (LMP1)  +  15 Laps
26.  #55 BMW        BMW Motorsport            (GTEP)  +  15 Laps
27.  #76 Porsche    IMSA Performance Matmut   (GTEP)  +  15 Laps
28.  #56 BMW        BMW Motorsport            (GTEP)  +  15 Laps
29.  #77 Porsche    Team Felbermayr-Proton    (GTEP)  +  16 Laps
30.  #44 Norma      Extr                      (LMP2)  +  16 Laps
31.  #50 Corvette   Larbre Competition        (GTEA)  +  16 Laps
32.  #57 Ferrari    Krohn Racing              (GTEA)  +  17 Laps
33.  #70 Porsche    Larbre Competition        (GTEA)  +  17 Laps
34.  #81 Porsche    Flying Lizard Motorsports (GTEA)  +  17 Laps
35.  #61 Ferrari    AF Corse                  (GTEA)  +  17 Laps
36.  #71 Ferrari    AF Corse                  (GTEP)  +  18 Laps
37.  #65 Lotus      Lotus Jetalliance         (GTEP)  +  19 Laps
38.  #40 Oreca      Race Performance          (LMP2)  +  19 Laps
39.  #88 Porsche    Team Felbermayr-Proton    (GTEP)  +  20 Laps
40.  #63 Porsche    Proton Competition        (GTEA)  +  21 Laps
41.  #83 Ferrari    JMB Racing                (GTEA)  +  22 Laps
42.  #68 Ford       Robertson Racing          (GTEA)  +  25 Laps
43.  #60 Aston      Gulf AMR Middle East      (GTEA)  +  26 Laps
44.  #89 Ferrari    Hankook Team Farnbacher   (GTEP)  +  29 Laps
45.  #66 Ferrari    JMW Motorsport            (GTEP)  +  29 Laps
46.  #64 Lotus      Lotus Jetalliance         (GTEP)  +  41 Laps
47.  #58 Ferrari    Luxury Racing             (GTEP)  +  50 Laps
48.  #5  Oreca      Hope Racing               (LMP1)  +  58 Laps
49.  #15 OAK        OAK Racing                (LMP1)  +  64 Laps
50.  #1  Audi       Audi Sport Team Joest     (LMP1)  Retired
51.  #62 Ferrari    CRS Racing                (GTEA)  Retired
52.  #79 Aston      Jota                      (GTEP)  Retired
53.  #20 Zytek      Quifel-ASM Team           (LMP1)  Retired
54.  #3  Audi       Audi Sport North America  (LMP1)  Retired
55.  #007  AMR-One  Aston Martin Racing       (LMP1)  Retired
56.  #009  AMR-One  Aston Martin Racing       (LMP1)  Retired
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H22: Lotterer hangs on in the rain
H21: Leader Lotterer hits traffic
H20: Audi leads as showers hit Le Mans
H19: Pagenaud leads, Wurz shunts
H18: Audi-Peugeot duel rumbles on
H17: Peugeot leads under safety car
H16: Lotterer leads for Audi
H15: Fassler fights to keep lead
H14: Pagenaud and Peugeot take lead
H13: Peugeot closes on lead Audi
H11: Bourdais hunting leading Audi
H9: Race remains under yellow
H8: Audi leads behind safety car
H7: #2 Audi still holds the edge
H6: Fassler stretches Audi lead
H5: Davidson takes lead for Peugeot
H4: Fassler keeps #2 Audi on top
H3: Treluyer returns to the front
H2: Audis resume in the lead
H1: McNish crashes out of Le Mans