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Crews are put to the test

Twenty-four hours on the track, under a blazing sun during the day, pushed the motors to the limit and tested the crew’s physical and mental fortitude. The teams opted for a set-up that would shield them from misfortune. No. 35 and no. 36 remained relentless in their pursuit of victory.

Crews are put to the test
Multiple race incidents

Multiple race incidents

Extreme weather conditions caused a number of incidents. No. 36 ran off the track after 21 minutes that led to a transmission problem. The car fell to 58th place twice but still had a chance and continued to go all out for its team, fans and partners.

A race that will go down in history

Mid-morning on Sunday, no. 35 captured third place in the general classification. In the end, no. 35 finished third in its class and fourth overall, while no. 36 was eight in its class.

A race that will go down in history