LeMans Hour 3: Audi leads, Toyota 2-3 Benoit Treluyer took over from Andre Lotterer and kept the #1 Audi R18 e-tron quattro at the head of the 2012 Le Mans 24 Hours after three hours but trouble hit the other Audis and Nicolas Lapierre drove the #7 Toyota TS 030 into second. Lapierre had been shadowing Duval.
And to make matters worse for Audi, Sebastien moved the second Toyota up so the Japanese rival currently hold second and third positions.
Corvette, Aston Martin and Ferrari's lead cars ran together covered by less than two seconds in the GTE Pro series. Tommy Milner in the #74 Corvette and Darren Turner in the #97 Vantage traded top spot several times.
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