Each week we will bring you 12 press shots that we like from the weekend’s racing action. This week we will be bringing you four of these galleries – one for each of the Le Mans classes after an amazing and historic weekend.
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The JRM HPD has a moment off the track – they would go onto finish 6th in class (PHOTO: MacLean Phtographic)
The Rebellion squad was the first of the petrol cars home and managed to beat one of the Audis to fourth (PHOTO: MacLean Photographic)
The Pescarolo Dome had a difficult race – coming out at the end to take the flag – although they didn’t complete enough laps to be classified (PHOTO: MacLean Phtographic)
The new Toyota had the pace and due to incidents we didn’t really get to see if it had reliability (PHOTO: MacLean Photographic)
The new rivalry – the Audi and Toyota squads gather before the start (PHOTO: Toyota Motorsport)
Running line astern in their return to Le Mans – although the return did not go the way they were hoping (PHOTO: Toyota Motorsport)
The Toyota squad service their car (PHOTO: Toyota Motorsport)
The start of the 80th running of the Le Mans 24 Hour (PHOTO: Rolex / Stephan Cooper)
Driving into the sun – the morning at Le Mans (PHOTO: Rolex / Jad Sherif)
It was a 1-2-3-5 for Audi with the E-Tron Quattro cars taking the first two spots (PHOTO: Rolex / Stephan Cooper)
Prizegiving LM P1 2nd: 2 – AUDI SPORT TEAM JOEST (DEU) 1st: 1 – AUDI SPORT TEAM JOEST (DEU) 3rd: 4 – AUDI SPORT NORTH AMERICA (DEU) (PHOTO: Rolex / Stephan Cooper)
A satisfying day for Audi at Le Mans (PHOTO: Rolex / Stephan Cooper)
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