In a first, intense day, Porsche has set the standard
in the first two free of the 6 Hours of Nürburgring, fourth event of the
World of Resistance. The two Porsche 919 Hybrid have been alternated to the front
the classification during the day of Friday, to launch a notice to
navigators. Despite this, the Audi R18 e-tron quattro have been gotten dry
a large part of their disadvantage during the afternoon session, while the Toyota
TS050 Hybrid seem a step behind. Great equality in LMP2 and domain
alternate between Ferrari and Aston Martin in GTE-Pro, with Ford somewhat overshadowed.
The Porsche 919 Hybrid have shown great consistency
during the two sessions of free, amen of a great evolution between the two
sessions. This has resulted in the best time of the day has been marked
Mark Webber with the 919 Hybrid #1 in the early minutes of FP2, but this
great work has been overshadowed in part by the little touch cons
barriers that has suffered the Porsche 919 Hybrid #2 with Romain Dumas at the wheel.
This mishap by a problem in the brake left has allowed that the two
Audi R18 e-tron quattro is colasen second and third.
Discreet start of the Toyota TS050 Hybrid at the Nürburgring, every time that the japanese model has shown the brilliant performance he had in Le Mans. The kit high downforce can have a lot to do in this step back of the japanese firm, although the brand still has time to cut their disadvantage in comparison with Porsche and Audi. For the moment, the Toyota TS050 Hybrid #6 of Stéphane Sarrazin, Kamui Kobayashi and Mike Conway has been the closer, he has shot times head, although with a disadvantage of eight tenths. For its part, the Rebellion R-One #13 has set the standard among the LMP1 private.
The category LMP2 has broken with his usual equality during the two sessions of free. The best
time the category has gone to the Oreca 05-Nissan #26 G-Drive Racing
in the competing Roman Rusinov, René Rast and Alex Brundle, being the great
favorites to victory. While the debutante Brundle marked the time of
reference in the first session, René Rast put that plus extra for the FP2.
In regards to the unique car with Spanish presence, Manor #45
Roberto Merhi finished third, while 1.2 second of the
Finally, in the category GTE-Pro, the tension remains
patent. Although the Ford GT have had a day’s discreet dam ‘BoP’
introduced at the last minute in Le Mans, the category is established in the
shifting sands of what is considered a lack of repute of the mark.
In any case, the best time of the day in GTE-Pro has been to the
Aston Martin Vantage #97 of Darren Turner, Richie Stanaway. While in
GTE-Pro Aston Martin and Ferrari have shown a performance very even,
GTE-Am Ferrari F458 Italia #83 has set the standard in both free.