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

18 June 2017 @20:54 | The Guardian
• Porsche secure 19th outright win at Circuit de la Sarthe, seeing off Toyota • No2 Porsche surprisingly takes chequered flag So often the stage for dramatic changes in fortune, this year’s Le Mans 24 Hours was, even by the usual standards, a positively operatic theatrical. After act after act of calamity, when the final curtain fell, the form book had been dismissed and the winning No2 Porsche of Timo Bernhard, Earl Bamber and Brendon Hartley had performed a comeback of remarkable proportions that reminded everyone that this race, more than any other, is not over until the clock has counted off the final seconds of motor racing’s longest day. continue...

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