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2014 winners leading Total 24 Hours of Spa

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2014 winners leading Total 24 Hours of Spa
Jul 25, 2015, 7:57 PM

Blancpain Endurance Series - Total 24 Hours of Spa - Race update after 4,5 hours

#1 Belgian Audi Club Team WRT Audi R8 LMS: Laurens Vanthoor, René Rast, Markus Winkelhock
#1 Belgian Audi Club Team WRT Audi R8 LMS: Laurens Vanthoor, René Rast, Markus Winkelhock
#7 Bentley Team M-Sport Bentley Continental GT3: Steven Kane, Guy Smith, Andy Meyrick
#58 Von Ryan Racing McLaren 650S: Shane van Gisbergen, Rob Bell, Kevin Estre
#12 TDS Racing BMW Z4: Eric Dermont, Henry Hassid, Franck Perera, Mathias Beche
#45 Marc VDS Racing Team BMW Z4: Maxime Martin, Augusto Farfus, Dirk Werner

The opening hours of the 2015 edition of the Total 24 Hours of Spa are still marked by rain, safety car interventions and full course yellow situations. Last year's leaders Rast-Winkelhock-Vanthoor are in the lead at 9 pm.

Pro Cup

Two new lengthy safety car interventions and a full course yellow situation, both the consequence of the wet conditions at the Francorchamps racetrack, marked the third and fourth hours of the 2015 Total 24 Hours of Spa. Last year's winners Rast-Vanthoor-Winkelhock (#1 Audi Sport Team WRT) were leading at 9pm on Saturday evening, followed by the #8 M-Sport Bentley and the surprisingly consistent #35 Saintéloc Audi. After the rain stopped, some cars betted on slick tyres too early, such as the #46 BMW Sports Trophy Team Marc VDS, and lost a lot of positions.

Pro-Am Cup

The #78 Team Russia by Barwell BMW was inside the top-10 at the 4,5 hour mark, leading the Pro-Am class. One of the outsiders for the class win, the #70 GT Russian Team Mercedes, was involved in an incident at the bottom of Eau Rouge, incurring heavy damage in the impact. Second in class, the #4 Team WRT Audi is just outside the top-10 and just in front of the polesitter, the #11 Kessel Racing Ferrari.

Am Cup

Still going strong in the Am Cup is the#24 Team Parker Racing Audi, but is has lost a bit of its lead, and has the #10 Akka ASP Ferrari sitting at its heels. The #28 Delahaye Racing Team Porsche is still in third, with the #30 Classic & Modern Racing BMW not far behind

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