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Wouter Melissen 05-31-2010 04:55 AM

2010 24 Hours of Le Mans (June 12-13)
 
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Le Mans is almost upon us again. As the fight between Audi and Peugeot continues, GT2 looks particularly interesting with more manufacturers than ever before chasing the class win. With the addition of one more pit-box, the race looks set to have 56 starters. One of the support races is dedicated to the Group C era, which will warm up the crowd nicely. We will be at the French track again for some exclusive coverage in the build-up to and after the big race.

Schedule:

Sunday 6 June

14:30 – 19.00 Scrutineering

Monday 7 June

09:30 - 17:30 Scrutineering

Wednesday 9 June

16:00 – 20 :00 Free practice sessions 24 Heures du Mans

20:30 – 21:30 Free practice sessions Porsche Carrera Cup

21:00 - 24:00 Concert

22:00 – 24:00 Qualifying practice sessions 24 Heures du Mans

Thursday 10 June

16:00 – 17;00 Qualifying practice sessions Group C

17:30 – 18:30 Qualifying practice sessions Porsche Carrera Cup

19:00 – 21:00 Qualifying practice sessions 24 Heures du Mans

21:15 – 21:35 Qualifying Practice Sessions GP ELEC

22:00 – 24:00 Qualifying practice sessions 24 Heures du Mans

Friday 11 June

10:00 – 20:00 Pit Walk

18:00 – 19:00 Drivers' parade (City centre)

Saturday 12 June

09.00 - 09:45 Warm-Up 24 Heures du Mans

10:00 – 10:40 Race Porsche Carrera Cup

11:05 – 11:50 Race GP ELEC

14:22 Beginning of starting procedure 24 Heures du Mans

15:00 Start of the 78th race of the 24 Heures du Mans

21 :00 – 00 :00 Concert

Sunday 13 June

15:00 Finish of the 78th of the 24 Heures du Mans

Wouter Melissen 05-31-2010 04:56 AM

Entry list:

[B]LMP1[/B]
1 TEAM PEUGEOT TOTAL (FRA) LMP1 PEUGEOT 908 (5486T) Alexander WURZ Marc GENE Anthony DAVIDSON
2 TEAM PEUGEOT TOTAL (FRA) LMP1 PEUGEOT 908 (5486T) Nicolas MINASSIAN Stéphane SARRAZIN Franck MONTAGNY
3 PEUGEOT SPORT TOTAL (FRA) LMP1 PEUGEOT 908 (5486T) Sébastien BOURDAIS Pedro LAMY Simon PAGENAUD
4 TEAM ORECA MATMUT (FRA) LMP1 PEUGEOT 908 (5486A) Olivier PANIS Nicolas LAPIERRE Loic DUVAL
5 BEECHDEAN MANSELL (GBR) LMP1 GINETTA ZYTEK (4495A) Nigel MANSELL Greg MANSELL Leo MANSELL
6 AIM TEAM ORECA MATMUT (FRA) LMP1 ORECA AIM (5496A) Soheil AYARI Didier ANDRE Andy MEYRICK
7 AUDI SPORT TEAM JOEST (DEU) LMP1 AUDI R15 (5499T) Tom KRISTENSEN Dindo CAPELLO Allan McNISH
8 AUDI SPORT TEAM JOEST (DEU) LMP1 AUDI R15 (5499T) Andre LOTTERER Marcel FASSLER Benoit TRELUYER
9 AUDI SPORT NORTH AMERICA (DEU) LMP1 AUDI R15 (5499T) Mike ROCKENFELLER Timo BERNHARD Romain DUMAS
11 DRAYSON RACING (GBR) LMP1 LOLA JUDD COUPE (5498A) Paul DRAYSON Jonny COCKER Emanuele PIRRO
12 REBELLION RACING (CHE) LMP1 LOLA REBELLION COUPE (5496A) Nicolas PROST Neel JANI Marco ANDRETTI
13 REBELLION RACING (CHE) LMP1 LOLA REBELLION COUPE (5496A) Andrea BELICCHI J.Christophe BOULLION Guy SMITH
14 KOLLES (DEU) LMP1 AUDI R10 (5499T) Christijan ALBERS Scott TUCKER Manuel RODRIGUES
15 KOLLES (DEU) LMP1 AUDI R10 (5499T) Christian BAKKERUD Oliver JARVIS Christophe BOUCHUT
19 MICHAEL LEWIS/AUTOCON (USA) LMP1 LOLA AER (3995T) Michael LEWIS Bryan WILLMAN Tony BURGESS
007 ASTON MARTIN RACING (GBR) LMP1 LOLA ASTON MARTIN (5993A) Harold PRIMAT Stefan MUCKE Adrian FERNANDEZ
008 SIGNATURE PLUS (FRA) LMP1 LOLA ASTON MARTIN (5993A) Pierre RAGUES Vanina ICKX Franck MAILLEUX
009 ASTON MARTIN RACING (GBR) LMP1 LOLA ASTON MARTIN (5993A) Darren TURNER Juan BARAZI Sam HANCOCK

[B]LMP2[/B]
24 OAK RACING (FRA) LMP2 PESCAROLO JUDD (3397A) Jacques NICOLET Richard HEIN Jean-François YVON
25 RML (GBR) LMP2 LOLA HPD COUPE (3398A) Mike NEWTON Thomas ERDOS Andy WALLACE
26 HIGHCROFT RACING (USA) LMP2 HPD ARX.01 (3398A) David BRABHAM Marino FRANCHITTI Marco WERNER
28 RACE PERFORMANCE AG LMP2 RADICAL JUDD SR9 Pierre BRUNEAU Marc ROSTAN Ralph MEICHTRY
29 RACING BOX SRL (ITA) LMP2 LOLA JUDD COUPE (3397A) Luca PIRRI Marco CIOCI Piergiuseppe PERAZZINI
35 OAK RACING (FRA) LMP2 PESCAROLO JUDD (3397A) Matthieu LAHAYE Guillaume MOREAU Jan CHAROUZ
37 GERARD WELTER (FRA) LMP2 WR ZYTEK (3396A) Philippe SALINI Stéphane SALINI Tristan GOMMENDY
38 PEGASUS RACING (FRA) LMP2 NORMA JUDD (3397A) Julien SCHELL Frédéric DA ROCHA David ZOLLINGER
39 KSM (DEU) LMP2 LOLA JUDD (3397A) Jean de POURTALES Hideki NODA Johnathan KENNARD
40 QUIFEL - ASM TEAM (PRT) LMP2 GINETTA ZYTEK 09S (3396A) Miguel AMARAL Olivier PLA Warren HUGHES
41 TEAM BRUICHLADDICH (GBR) LMP2 GINETTA ZYTEK 09S (3396A) Karim OJJEH Tim GREAVES Gary CHALANDON
42 STRAKKA RACING (GBR) LMP2 HPD ARX.01 (3398A) Nick LEVENTIS Danny WATTS Jonny KANE

[B]GT1[/B]
50 LARBRE COMPETITION (FRA) LMGT1 SALEEN S7R (6997A) Roland BERVILLE Julien CANAL Gabriele GARDEL
52 LARBRE COMPETITION (DEU) LMGT1 ASTON MARTIN DBR9 (5993A) Christoffer NYGAARD Tomas ENGE Peter KOX
60 MATECH COMPETITION (CHE) LMGT1 FORD GT (5292A) Thomas MUTSCH Romain GROSJEAN Jonathan HIRSCHI
61 MATECH COMPETITION (CHE) LMGT1 FORD GT (5292A) Natacha GACHNANG Rahel FREY Cyndie ALLEMANN
69 JLOC (JPN) LMGT1 LAMBORGHINI MURCIELAGO (5988A) Atsushi YOGO Koji YAMANISHI Hiroyuki IIRI
70 MARC VDS RACING TEAM (BEL) LMGT1 FORD GT (5292A) Eric DE DONCKER Bas LEINDERS Markus PALTTALA
72 LUC ALPHAND AVENTURES (FRA) LMGT1 CORVETTE C6.R (6993A) Stephan GREGOIRE Jérôme POLICAND David HART
73 LUC ALPHAND AVENTURES (FRA) LMGT1 CORVETTE C6.R (6993A) Julien JOUSSE Xavier MAASSEN Patrice GOUESLARD

[B]GT2[/B]
63 CORVETTE RACING (USA) LMGT2 CHEVROLET CORVETTE C6 ZR1 (5493A) Jan MAGNUSSEN Johnny O'CONNELL Antonio GARCIA
64 CORVETTE RACING (USA) LMGT2 CHEVROLET CORVETTE C6 ZR1 (5493A) Oliver GAVIN Olivier BERETTA Emmanuel COLLARD
75 PROSPEED COMPETITION (BEL) LMGT2 PORSCHE 911 GT3 RSR (997) (3996A) Paul Van SPLUNTEREN Niek HOMMERSON Louis MACHIELS
76 IMSA PERFORMANCE MATMUT (FRA) LMGT2 PORSCHE 911 GT3 RSR (997) (3996A) Raymond NARAC Patrick PILET Patrick LONG
77 TEAM FELBERMAYR-PROTON (DEU) LMGT2 PORSCHE 911 GT3 RSR (997) (3996A) Marc LIEB Richard LIETZ Wolf HENZLER
78 BMW MOTORSPORT (DEU) LMGT2 BMW (3999A) Jörg MULLER Augusto FARFUS Uwe ALZEN
79 BMW MOTORSPORT (DEU) LMGT2 BMW (3999A) Andy PRIAULX Dirk MULLER Dirk WERNER
80 FLYING LIZARD MOTORSPORT (USA) LMGT2 PORSCHE 911 GT3 RSR (997) (3996A) Seth NEIMAN Darren LAW Joerg BERGMEISTER
81 JAGUAR RSR (USA) LMGT2 JAGUAR XKRS (4998A) Paul GENTILOZZI Ryan DALZIEL Marc GOOSSENS
82 RISI COMPETIZIONE (USA) LMGT2 FERRARI F 430 GT (3996A) Jaime MELO Gianmaria BRUNI Pierre KAFFER
83 RISI COMPETIZIONE (USA) LMGT2 FERRARI F 430 GT (3996A) Tracy KROHN Nic JONSSON Eric van de POELE
85 SPYKER SQUADRON (NLD) LMGT2 SPYKER C8 LAVIOLETTE (3990A) Tom CORONEL Peter DUMBRECK Jeroen BLEEKEMOLEN
88 TEAM FELBERMAYR-PROTON (DEU) LMGT2 PORSCHE 911 GT3 RSR (997) (3996A) Horst FELBERMAYR Sen Horst FELBERMAYR Jr Miro KONOPKA
89 HANKOOK - TEAM FARNBACHER (DEU) LMGT2 FERRARI F 430 GT (3996A) Dominik FARNBACHER Allan SIMONSEN Leh KEEN
92 JMW MOTORSPORT (GBR) LMGT2 ASTON MARTIN VANTAGE (4475A) Rob BELL Tim SUGDEN Bryce MILLER
95 AF CORSE SRL (ITA) LMGT2 FERRARI F 430 GT (3996A) Giancarlo FISICHELLA Jean ALESI Toni VILANDER
96 AF CORSE SRL (ITA) LMGT2 FERRARI F 430 GT (3996A) Luis PEREZ COMPANC Matias RUSSO Mika SALO
97 BMS SCUDERIA ITALIA SPA (ITA) LMGT2 PORSCHE 911 GT3 RSR (997) (3996A) Marco HOLZER Richard WESTBROOK Timo SCHEIDER

Chernaudi 05-31-2010 09:54 PM

Thought the RML car had the Acura/HPD 3.4 V8 in it, not the AER 2.0T Rover K-series four banger in it. Who ever published that list needs to check that out, as HPD stands for Honda Perfromance Development, which is the NA arm of Honda Racing that builds the IRL Indy Car engines and the Acura/HPD LMP engines.

Doubt it was a mistake from here, but did the ACO make this list?

Wouter Melissen 05-31-2010 11:31 PM

[quote=Chernaudi;939126]Doubt it was a mistake from here, but did the ACO make this list?[/quote]

It was the ACO list yeah. Thanks for the head's up.

henk4 05-31-2010 11:32 PM

The HPD engine is mentioned for RML, and Honda insists that they are being called HPD, and HPD only, as they don't want to be openly associated with this class of racing. The users of the engine have signed a contract that they will not show the engine openly to public and press. That however did not stop me from shooting the Strakka engine, when the car was in the box, with the engine cover off and nobody around. :)

RacingManiac 06-01-2010 06:38 AM

I just realized over the weekend that I'll be missing the race since I'll be in Montreal for F1....bugger...

Kitdy 06-01-2010 07:12 PM

Why would Honda not want to be associated with this class of racing?

faksta 06-01-2010 10:37 PM

Is it possible to buy grandstand tickets at the track during a racing day? I mean, would there be any yet, does anyone know?

henk4 06-01-2010 11:38 PM

[quote=Kitdy;939273]Why would Honda not want to be associated with this class of racing?[/quote]

honda is going for clean power these days. Although the name is fully shown on Indy cars.

wwgkd 06-01-2010 11:50 PM

[quote=henk4;939308]honda is going for clean power these days. Although the name is fully shown on Indy cars.[/quote]

And developing really effecient engines (which run on E85) for racing doesn't help that pursuit?

henk4 06-02-2010 12:03 AM

[quote=wwgkd;939311]And developing really effecient engines (which run on E85) for racing doesn't help that pursuit?[/quote]

ah yes, those methanol thingies....discussions about the environmental friendliness of E85 are still ongoing, large pieces of agricultural soil is needed to produce fuel.....

Matra et Alpine 06-02-2010 02:37 AM

[quote=faksta;939291]Is it possible to buy grandstand tickets at the track during a racing day? I mean, would there be any yet, does anyone know?[/quote]
There are usually guys selling, yes. No guarantees though.

However, Le Mans is a 24h race and you get much more enjoyment of the race AND the spectacle by walking to all the various locations.

Before the start, EVERYONE can walk the pit lane.

After the start, the stands opposite the grandstand give as good a view ... and with decent lens on camera or binoculors the opportunity to look straight IN to the pit garages.

During the race, busses run between the main spectator points - like Porsche Curves , Arnage, Tertre Rouge :) and also, you can walk the track with the exceptions of the long straights - even their with a bit of "ingenuity" you can get to good less well known spots.

So, before shelling out for a grandstand seat you'll likely only use for the first and last 30 mins then consider [url=http://www.racetours.co.uk/Le%20Mans%20where%20to%20watch.htm]Race Tours - Where to watch at Le Mans[/url] to see how to enjoy it.

faksta 06-02-2010 12:40 PM

Hey, thanks, Matra!

Anyone else planning to go this year?

Matra et Alpine 06-02-2010 12:56 PM

Not this year, Isle of Man TT time :) 50th year celebrations for Suzuki and am taking the same Suzuki I had on the 40th anniversary ride with Chris Walker :) So will see if I can blag a ride with Lorenzo :) :)

faksta 06-02-2010 02:54 PM

Have fun ;)


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