LMC - 28/09/2017 - Sophie LIGER
Picture © Jakob Ebrey Photography
DKR Engineering (Norma M30 n°3), Jean Glorieux and Alex Toril won the race and also the Team and Driver titles and are now crowned Michelin Le Mans Cup 2017 champions.
Alex Toril was the quickest of the weekend with a top speed of 273.6km/h reached during the race, 25km/h quicker than in Le Castellet.
The 18 entries of the race did 818 laps during the 2 hours of the race which is equivalent to 5729km.
In order to refuel, change the tyres or the drivers the teams did 20 pitstops during the race.
The next and final stop of the 2017 Michelin Le Mans Cup will be in Portimão, Portugal on the 22nd of October and we will then know who will be the next GT3 champions of the Le Mans Cup.
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