Starting grid and combined qualifying times

After eight hours of qualifying, spread over Wednesday and Thursday evening, the grid for the 68th Le Mans 24 Hours has been locked in

Starting grid and combined qualifying times



9, Laurent Aiello, Allan McNish, Stephane Ortelli, Audi R8 3:36.124
8, Frank Biela, Tom Kristensen, Emanuele Pirro, Audi R8, 3:36.650
7, Michele Alboreto, Christian Abt, Rinaldo Capello, Audi R8, 3:37.086
11, David Brabham, Jan Magnussen, Mario Andretti, Panoz Spyder LMP, 3:39.156
21, Mimmo Schiattarella, Didier de Radiguez, Emanuele Naspetti, Lola-Judd B2K, 3:39.651
17. Phillipe Gache Gary Formato, Didier Cottaz, Courage Judd, 3:39, 917
24, Stefan Johansson, Jim Matthews, Guy Smith, Reynard 2KQ, 3:40.124
12, Hiroki Katoh, Johnny O'Connell, Pierre-Henri Rapanel, Panoz Spyder LMP, 3:41.359
3, Eric Bernard, Emmanule Collard, Frank Montagny, DAMS Cadillac, 3:42.616
20, Jan Lammers, Peter Kox, Tom Coronel, Lola-Ford B2K, 3:43.188
1, Franck Lagorce, Butch Leitzinger, Andy Wallace, Cadillac, 3:43.598
23, Takaji Suzuki, Masahiko Kageyama, Masami Kageyama, Panoz Spyder LMP, 3:44.599
22, Takeshi Tsuchiya, Masahiko Kondoh, Akira Iida, Panoz Roadster S, 3:44.627
5, Yannick Dalmas, Nicholas Minassian, Jean-Phillipe Belloc, Reynard Mopar, 3:44.807
10, John Nielsen, Klaus Graf, Mauro Baldi, Panoz Spyder, 3:44.964
2, Max Angelelli, Wayne Tayor, Eric Van de Poele, Cadillac, 3:45.655
16, Stephan Bourdais, Olivier Grouillard, Emmanule Clerico, Courage Peugeot, 3:45.771
34, Jean-Christophe Boullion, Jordi Gene, Gerome Policand, Reynard Volkswagen, 3:46.202
33, Jean Denis Deletraz, Ralf Kelleners, David Terrien, Reynard Volkswagen, 3:46.319
4, Marc Goossens, Christophe Tinseau, Kristian Kolby, DAMS Cadillac, 3:47.056
15, Thomas Bscher, Geoff Lees, Jean-Marc Gounon, Bscher BMW, 3:47.493
6, Didier Theys, Jeffrey van Hooydonk, Didier André, Oreca Reynard 2KQ, 3:56.102
35, Stéphane Daoudi, Xavier Pompidou, Jean Bernard Bouvet WR Peugeot, 3:52.645
51, Olivier Beretta, Karl Wendlinger, Dominique Dupuy, Oreca Viper (GTS), 3:56.327
63, Ron Fellows, Chris Kneifel, Justin Bell, Corvette C5-R (GTS), 3:57.933
64, Andy Pilgrim, Kelly Collins, Franck Freon, Corvette C5-R (GTS), 3:58.615
52, Marc Duez, Patrick Huisman, Tommy Archer, Oreca Viper (GTS), 3:59.199
53, Ni Amorim, David Donohue, Anthony Beltoise, Oreca Viper (GTS), 4:02.837
32, Scott Maxwell, John Graham, Greg Wilkins, Multimatic Motorsport Lola, 4:03.184
59, Wolfgang Kaufmann, Yukihiro Hane, Katsunori Iketani, Freisinger Motorsport Porsche (GTS), 4:03.825
56, Toni Seiler, Walter Brun, Christian Glasel, Team Goh Viper (GTS), 4:04.058
54, Boris Derichebourg, Guy Martinolle, Jean-Claude Lagniez, Paul Belmondo Racing Viper (GTS), 4:04.312
36, Sylvain Boulay, Yojiro Terada, Richard Balandras, WR Peugeot, 4:04.777
57, Mike Hezemans, David Hart, Hans Hugenholtz, Carsport Holland Viper (GTS), 4:05.643
60, Tom Kendall, Charlie Slater, Jurgen von Gartzen, Konrad Motorsport Porsche (GTS), 4:08.706
30, Patrick Lemarie, Jean-Francois Yvon, Yann Goudy, Didier Bonnet Debora, BMW, 4:08.935
77, Christophe Bouchut, Patrice Goueslard, Jean-Luc Chereau, Larbre Porsche 911 (GT), 4:09.712
83, Dirk Müller, Lucas Luhr, Bob Wollek, Dick Barbour Racing Porsche 911 (GT), 4:10.008
76, Michel Neugarten, Tony Burgess, Max Cohen-Olivar, Seikel Motorsport Porsche 911 (GT), 4:15.170
71, Shane Lewis, Cort Wagner, Bob Mazzuoccola, Michael Colucci Porsche 911 (GT), 4:15.652
81, Michel Ligonnet, Gabrio Rosa, Franco Babini, Haberthur Racing Porsche 911
(GT), 4:17.442
82, David Murry, Johnny Mowlem, Sascha Maassen, Skea Racing Porsche 911 (GT), 4:19.234
72, Tomas Saldana, Giovanni Lavaggi, Jesus Diez Villaroel, Racing Engineering Porsche 911 (GT), 4:19.329
79, Thierry Perrier, Jean-Louis Ricci, Romano Ricci, Perspective Racing Porsche 911 (GT), 4:20.046
73, Atsushi Yogo, Hideo Fukuyama, Bruno Lambert, Team Taisan Advan Porsche 911 (GT), 4:21.040
80, Philip Verellen, Rudi Penders, Kent Dujardyn, Renstal Excelsior Porsche 911 (GT) 4:21.320
75, Michael Lauer, Michael Brockman, Gunnar Jeannette, Manthey-Gunnar Racing Porsche 911 (GT), 4:22.981
78, Jean-Luc Maury Laribière, Angelo Zadra, Bernard Chauvin, Maury Laribière Porsche 911 (GT), 4:25.078

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