Starting grid

1995 24 HOURS OF LE MANS June 17-18, Le Mans, France STARTING ORDER Ps.Cl.No.Driver; Entrant; Chassis-Engine (size, T=Turbo) 1 P2 9 William David, Jean Bernard Bouvet, Richard Ballendras (F); Welter Racing; WR LM94-Peugeot ...

Starting grid

1995 24 HOURS OF LE MANS June 17-18, Le Mans, France

STARTING ORDER

Ps.Cl.No.Driver; Entrant; Chassis-Engine (size, T=Turbo)

1 P2 9 William David, Jean Bernard Bouvet, Richard Ballendras (F); Welter Racing; WR LM94-Peugeot 2.0l-T

2 P2 8 Patrick Gonin, Pierre Petit, Marc Rostan (F); Welter Racing; WR LM94-Peugeot 2.0l-T

3 WS 13 Bob Wollek (F), Mario Andretti (USA), Eric Helary (F); Courage Competition; Courage C34-Porsche 3.0l-T

4 WS 11 Henri Pescarolo, Franck Lagorce, Eric Bernard (F); Courage Competition; Courage C41-Chevrolet 5.0l

5 WS 4 Hans Stuck (D), Thierry Boutsen (B), Christophe Bouchut (F); Gulf Racing; McLaren F1 GTR-BMW 6.0l

6 G1 41 Fabio Mancini, Massimo Monti (I), Gary Ayles (GB); Ennea S.R.L.; Ferrari F40GTE-Ferrari 3.0l-T

7 G1 34 Michel Ferte, Oliver Thevenin (F), Carlos Palau (SP); Pilot Aldix Racing; Ferrari F40 LM-Ferrari 3.0lT

8 G1 40 Luciano Della Noce (I), Anders Olofsson (S), Tetsuya Ota (J); Ennea S.R.L.; Ferrari F40GTE-Ferrari 3.0l-T

9 G1 59 Yannick Dalmas (F), JJ Lehto (SF), Masanori Sekiya (J); Kokusai Aihatsu Racing; McLaren F1 GTR-BMW 6.0l

10 G1 44 Jean-Marc Gounon, Paul Belmondo, Arnaud Trevisol (F); Societe Venturisa; Venturi 600SLM-Venturi 3.0l-T

11 G1 24 Ray Bellm (GB), Maurizio Sala (Br), Mark Blundell (GB); Kremer Racing; Kremer K8-Porsche 3.0l-T

12 G1 49 John Nielsen (DK), Thomas Bscher, Jochen Mass (D); West Competition; McLaren F1 GTR-BMW 6.0l

13 G1 51 Andy Wallace, Justin Bell, Derek Bell (GB); Mach One Racing; McLaren F1 GTR-BMW 6.0l

14 G1 25 L.Owen-Jones (GB), Pierre Raphanel, Philippe Alliot (F); Gulf Racing; McLaren F1 GTR-BMW 6.0l

15 G1 50 Fabien Giroix, Olivier Grouillard (F), Jean Denis Deletraz(CH); Giroix Racing Team; McLaren F1 GTR-BMW 6.0l

16 WS 3 Jurgen Laessig (D), Franz Konrad (A), Antonino Hermann de Azevedo (Br); Kremer Racing; Kremer K8-Porsche 3.0l-T

17 WS 1 Rene Arnou (F), Jay Cochran (USA), Massimo Sigala (I); Euromotorsports; Ferrari 333SP 4.0l

18 G1 37 Dominique Dupuy, Emmanuel Collard, Stephane Ortelli (F); STE Competition; Porsche RSR-Porsche 3.6l-T

 19 WS 5 Yojiro Terada (J), Jim Downing (USA), Franck Freon (F); D.T.R/Mazdaspeed; Kudzu DG3-Mazda 3.0l 

20 G1 42 J.Maury-Laribiere, Marc Sourd, Herve Poulain, (F); STE BBA Competition; McLaren F1 GTR-BMW 6.0l

22 G1 36 Jean Pierre Jarier, Erik Comas (F), Jesus Pareja (SP); STE Competition; Porsche RSR-Porsche 3.6l-T

23 G1 57 Richard Piper, Tiff Needell, James Weaver (GB); P.C. Automotive Jaguar; Jaguar XJ220-Jaguar 3.5l-T

24 G2 76 Almo Coppelli (I), Thorkild Thyrring (DK), Patrick Bourdais (F); Agusta Racing Team; Callaway GT2-Chevrolet 6.2l

25 G1 52 Geoff Lees, Rupert Keegan, Dominic Chappell (GB); Lister Cars Ltd; Lister Storm-Jaguar 7.0l

26 G1 58 Winn Percy (GB), Olindo Iacobelli (USA), Bernard Thuner (CH); P.C. Automotive Jaguar; Jaguar XJ220-Jaguar 3.5l-T

27 G1 23 Kazuyoshi Hoshino, Toshio Suzuki, Masahiko Kageyama (J); NISMO; NISMO GT-R LM-Nissan 2.6l-T

28 G1 54 Wolfgang Kaufmann (D), Yukihiro Hane (J), Michel Ligonnet (F); Freisinger Motorsport; Porsche RSR-Porsche 3.8l-T

29 G1 47 Bertrand Gachot (F), Armin Hahne (D), Ivan Capelli (I); Honda Motor Co.; Honda NSX GTI-Honda 3.0l-T

30 G1 43 Emmanuel Clerico, Bernard Chauvin, Laurent Lecuyer (F); BBA Competition; Venturi 600LM-Venturi 3.0l-T

31 G1 27 Jeff Krosnoff (USA), Mauro Martini, Marco Apicella (I); Sard Co. Ltd; Toyota GT LM-Toyota 2.1l-T

33 G2 79 Enzo Calderari, Lilian Bryner (CH), Andreas Fuchs (D); Stadler Motorsport; Porsche 911-Porsche 3.6l-T

34 G1 55 Pierre Yver, Jean-Luc Chereau, Jack Leconte (F); J. Claude Miloe; Porsche RSR-Porsche 3.2l-T

35 G1 22 Hideo Fukayama, Toshio Suzuki, Shunji Kasuya (J); NISMO; NISMO GT-R LM-Nissan 2.6l-T

36 G1 45 Eric Graham, Francois Birbeau, Ferdinand De Lesseps (F); (N/A); Venturi 600LM-Venturi 3.0l-T

37 G2 84 Kunimitsu Takahashi; Keiichi Tsuchiya, Akira Iida (J); Team Kunimistu; Honda NSX-Honda 3.0l

38 G2 73 Johnny Unser (USA); Frank Jelinsky (D), Enrico Bertaggia (I); Callaway Competition; Callaway GT2-Chevrolet 6.2l

39 P2 14 Patrice Roussel, Eduard Sezionale (F); Bernard Santal (CH), Didier Bonnet; Debora-Ford 2.0l-T

40 G2 75 Riccardo Agusta (I); Eugene O'Brien, Robin Donovan (GB); Agusta Racing Team; Callaway GT2-Chevrolet 6.2l

41 G2 91 Tomas Saldana, Alfonso De Orleans, Michael De Castro (SP); Heico Motorsport; Porsche 911-Porsche 3.6l-T

42 G2 82 Charles Margueron, Philippe Siffert (CH), Pierre De Thoisy (F); ELF Haberthur Racing; Porsche 911-Porsche 3.6l-T

43 G2 70 Chris Hodgetts (GB), Cor Euser (NL), Thomas Erdos (BR); Team Marcos; Marcos LM500-Chevrolet 6.0l

44 G2 71 Chris Marsh, David Leslie (GB), Francois Migault (F); Team Marcos; Marcos LM500-Chevrolet 6.0l

45 G1 46 Phillippe Farve (CH), Hideki Okada, Naoki Hattori (J); Honda Motor Co.; Honda NSX GTI-Honda 3.0l-T

46 G2 81 Richard Jones, Nick Adams, Gerard MacQuillan (GB); Richard Jones; Porsche 911-Porsche 3.6l-T

47 G2 77 Guy Kuster (F), Karel Dolesi (CZ), Peter Seikel (D); Seikel Motorsport; Porsche 911-Porsche 3.6l-T

49 G2 78 Eric Van de Vyver, Didier Ortion, Jean Francois Veroux (F); Jean Francois Veroux; Porsche 911-Porsche 3.6l-T

50 G1 30 John Paul Jr., James Mero (USA), Chris McDougall (CDN); ZR1 Corvette Team; Corvette ZR-1-Chevrolet 6.3l

 ----------------- ----------------- -------------------- P2 = Le Mans Prototype-2 WS = World Sports Car G1 = Le Mans GT-1 G2 = Le Mans GT-2 ----------------- ----------------- -------------------- 

Notes: Several cars did not start for one reason or another. The above lineup is missing the 21st and 48th qualifyers.... The #12 WSC Courage-Chevy of Eric Van de Pole, Olivier Berreta and M. Tomlje, was disqualified following Friday's final qualifying session for being under minimum weight.... Unfortunately, final qualifying times are not available at this time. :(

-Robert

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