After an early challenge from Toyota, Audi's R18 e-tron quattros continued to run 1-2-3 in the ninth hour at Le Mans.
Andre Lotterer continued to lead the way in the #1 machine, although his advantage was slashed after he lost time in the first sector 10 minutes before the turn of the hour.
Warren Hughes led LMP2 in the Murphy Prototypes ORECA-Nissan
In GTE Pro, the Ferrari 458's ability to run longer between fuel stops enabled Gianmaria Bruni to stay in touch with class leader Tommy Milner's Corvette. Antonio Garcia was third, a lap behind the class leaders but with over 40s in hand over Frederic Makowiecki.
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