In LM P2, the race was being dominated by Oreca with a trio of cars in the firs
Their advantage was however a slim one with less than a lap separating the first
class, the #49 Ligier spun at Arnage with John Pew at the wheel.
Ford were enjoying the early stages of their Le Mans comeback, with two cars i
in the LM GTE Pro class. Conversely, the start had been somewhat tougher for Fe
#51 had a problem that kept it in the pits.
The #78 and #88 Porsches were still in control of the LM GTE Am class.