The Toyota with the number eight Sebastien Buemi, Fernando Alonso and Kazuki Nakajima behind the wheel starts from pole position at the 24 hours of Le Mans.
It was Fernando Alonso that the fastest time had achieved during the second qualifying session, but none of the Toyota’s improved his time compared to Wednesday. The Spaniard started the session and managed to do eight laps to go that bright have been disturbed by incidents caused by the LMP2 and GTE cars.
That meant that Alonso only two free rounds could complete it with a time of 3:18.021 seconds as a result. His team-mate Kazuki Nakajima had on Wednesday about eight tenths of a second is less of a need for a lap on the Circuit de la Sarthe.
Sebastien Buemi continued near the time of Alonso and José Maria Lopez did the same with the Toyota number seven, which in the hands of Mike Conway two times of the job went.
The session was half an hour shortened after a heavy crash of Giorgio Sernagiotto in the first chicane, the Italian escaped without a scratch from.
During the third qualifying session came the pole for the Toyota number eight is no longer in danger. At the beginning of the session put Kazuki Nakajima in a strong time and that proved enough for pole when it began to rain for the rest of the session. Alonso took advantage of the rain to gain experience in the car and become familiar with the rain tires.
The 24 hours of Le Mans is Saturday afternoon start.
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