The Rebellion #13 lost his podium all in Le Mans


The 85th edition of the 24 Hours of Le Mans never ceases to offer surprises, even with the race already finished. However, Oreca 07-Gibson #13 Rebellion Racing have been disqualified after finding the Commissioners Technical irregularity in the chassis in the scrutineering post-race. In this way, Rebellion lost the third place all harvested in The Sarthe, and the second position in the class LMP2. As a result of this disqualification, the team Jackie Chan, DC Racing finished with two cars on the podium all and sign a one-two finish in LMP2 at all unexpected.

Nelson Piquet Jr, David Heinemeier Hansson and Mathias Beche had completed about 24 Hours of Le Mans too strong in which it was filmed is always among the top teams in LMP2, which even allowed them to lead the category for several stages of the race. In fact, both the Rebellion #13 as the Rebellion #31 were fighting against the two prototypes of Jackie Chan DC Racing up the drive of Nico Prost, Julien Canal and Bruno Senna had problems in their mechanics. However, the great work of the pilots of the Rebellion has not had prize, much go up to the podium.

Bernard Ollivier, Deputy Director of Alpine, has been the one who has revealed on social networks the disqualification of the Rebellion #13, something understandable because the Signatech Alpine #35 of Ragues, Negrao and Panciatici is the LMP2 inherited the third position in the category after the two prototypes of Jackie Chan DC Racing. As explained Ollivier, Oreca 07-Gibson #13 had a hole in the chassis that had been done by the mechanics for repair of a quicker way to mechanical breakdown. A procedure that violates the technical regulation of LMP2 and has resulted in the immediate disqualification.