24h Le Mans
17/06/2019 - 16:01

24 Hours of Le Mans – 2019 race in figures

The 24 Hours of Le Mans culminated yesterday in a second consecutive overall win for Toyota. Here are 24 key figures from the 2019 running of the race.
24 Hours of Le Mans – 2019 race in figures

Fewer laps than 2018

3:17.297 Best in-race lap time and new in-race circuit record for Mike Conway at the wheel of the #7 Toyota TS050 Hybrid in the fourth lap

3:52.567 Best in-race lap and new in-race circuit record in the LMGTE Am class for Matteo Cairoli in Dempsey-Proton Racing’s #88 Porsche 911 RSR in the second lap

Number of leader changes in the LMGTE Am class

Number of previous polemen in the start

Number of leader changes in the LMP2 class

8 Racing number of the winning Toyota

8 Number of safety car interventions for a total of 2 hours 10 minutes

11 Number of official retirements

11 Number of leader changes in the LMP1 class

17 Number of cumulative victories for the 11 previous winners in the start

20 Number of consecutive participations for Corvette Racing (the first in 2000 and first win in 2001)

31 Number of driver nationalities in the start

33 Number of rookies in the start

38 Number of leader changes in the LMGTE Pro class

43 Number of competitors in the start, representing 16 nations

60 Number of years since Aston Martin’s only win

61 Number of cars in the start, one having withdrawn

70 Number of years since Ferrari’s first overall victory

87 This was the 87th running of the 24 Hours of Le Mans

336 Number of laps in the lead for the #7 Toyota TS050 Hybrid, finished second 

385 Number of laps completed by the winners (record set in 2010 at 397)

763 Cumulative number of participations for the 183 drivers in the start

14,500 kg, total weight of the 186 drivers at Scrutineering

 

PHOTO: Kazuki Nakajima stopped just beyond the finish line to let Sébastien Buemi and Fernando Alonso on board that winning Toyota at the 2019 24 Hours of Le Mans.