Timo Bernhard leads Porsche to third straight 24 Hours of Le Mans triumph

18 June 2017 @16:56 | The Guardian
• Porsche secure 19th outright win at Circuit de la Sarthe, seeing off Toyota • Number two Porsche surprisingly takes chequered flag Porsche won the Le Mans 24 Hours for the third year in a row after a race of retirements that scuppered Toyota’s bid for a first triumph. The German manufacturer’s 19th outright win at the Circuit de la Sarthe followed a night of drama with Toyota’s top two cars retiring and the number one Porsche also suffering a terminal problem while leading with four hours to go. continue...


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