WEC: Ferrari 1-2 in thrilling Le Mans qualifying practice

Sport news Fuoco’s time was just 0.199s ahead of sister Ferrari driven by Alessandro Pier Guidi. The reigning LMGTE champion briefly had the top lap but was immediately beaten by his countryman Fuoco. Toyota Gazoo Racing placed third and fourth with #7 car, outpacing its sister machine as Kamui Kobayashi and Brendon Hartley set times respectively. The session was red-flagged on two occasions. The first stoppage resulted from a collision between Filipe Albuquerque in #22 United Autosports LMP2 car and #36 Alpine ELF Team car driven by Matthieu Vaxiviere. The second red flag was flown for an accident at the Indianapolis corner involving the #37 Cool Racing Oreca-Gibson of Malte Jakobsen. In addition to the top four, #5 and #75 Porsche Penskes cars and #3 and #2 Cadillac Racing entries made it to the Hyperpole session. #38 Jota Porsche 963 stopped on the circuit in the early part of the one-hour session and the car returned to the pits for repairs on the hybrid system before it went out again only for the issue to reoccur. The fastest non-Hybrid Hypercars was the #708 Glickenhaus 007LMH.       . More to follow… World Endurance Championship 24 Hours of Le Mans WEC Endurance WEC SEASON 2023 Sport Circuit 1SportWorld Endurance ChampionshipCircuitWECSEASON 202324 Hours of Le MansWECEndurance01 Wednesday, June 7, 2023 - 8:55pm Wednesday, June 7, 2023 - 8:55pm

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