24 Hours of Le Mans – Follow Free Practice and Qualifying Session 1 LIVE!
Tune in tomorrow evening for the second and third qualifying sessions.
Q2 will run from 19:00 to 21:00, and Q3 froom 22:00 to midnight.
We'll be back with another live text to see who will be in pole position for the 87th Le Mans 24 Hours on Saturday.
Here are the provisional standings at the end of Qualifying 1
1. #7 Toyota TS050 Hybrid, Toyota Gazoo Racing: 3:17.161
2. #17 BR Engineering BR1-AER, SMP Racing: 3:17.633
3. #3 Rebellion R13-Gibson, Rebellion Racing: 3:19.603
1. #31 Oreca 07-Gibson, DragonSpeed: 3:26.804
2. #36 Alpine A470-Gibso, Signatech Alpine Matmut: 3:26.935
3. #22 Ligier JSP2017-Gibson, United Autosports: 3.27.338
1. #67 Ford GT, Ford Chip Ganassi Team UK: 3:49.530
2. #93 Porsche 911 RSR, Porsche GT Team: 3:49.558
3. #97 Aston Martin Vantage, Aston Martin Racing: 3:50.037
1. #88 Porsche 911 RSR, Dempsey Proton Racing: 3:52.454
2. #56 Porsche 911 RSR, Team Project 1: 3:52.750
3. #77 Porsche 911 RSR, Dempsey Proton Racing: 3:53.408
Ho-Pin Tung has improved the time of the #38 Jackie Chan DC Racing entry on the final lap, moving up to sixth in class (3:28.738).
Another late mover was Julien Andlauer in the #77 Porsche fielded by Dempsey Proton Racing, up to third in LMGTE Am in a time of 3:53.408.
Chequered flag is out but several cars are still on flying laps.
Harry Tincknell in the #67 Ford GT takes advantage of Corvette's reprimand to clock the fastest GTE Pro time in 3:49.530, while Nick Tandy in the #93 Porsche 911 RSR moves to second on the time sheet with a 3:49.558 lap.
Antonio Garcia's fastest LMGTE Pro time has been wiped out by the officials for speeding under yellow flag. The #63 Corvette drops back to 10th in class.
Fifteen minutes to go in this first qualifying session. Will we see Fernando Alonso make a statement in the #8 Toyota (currently in 6th)?
BREAKING NEWS: THE 24 HOURS OF LE MANS POSTPONED TO 19–20 SEPTEMBER 2020