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24 Hours of Virtual Le Mans: Esteban Guerrieri and Agustín Canapino on the podium

The Argentines were great protagonists of this competition that brought together 200 pilots, between professionals and simracers.

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"I'm exhausted". Those simple words of Agustin Canapino serve to graph the requirement of the 24 Hours of Virtual Le Mans, a competition that tried to replicate the world's largest endurance race in a virtual environment. For the Titan the effort was worth it since he finished third in the general with the car he shared with the English Jack aitken and the simracers alex arana, from Spain; Y Michael romanidis, from Greece. The quartet completed the 1-3 of Rebellion Williams Esport, who won this unique test from the hand of the Swiss louis deletraz, the Italian Raffaele marciello and the poles Nikodem Wisniewski y Cuba Brzezinski.

Agustín Canapino was a great protagonist He came to lead and climbed to the third step of the podium with Jack Aitken and simracers Alex Arana and Michael Romanidis.

The competition had the Argentines as great protagonists. In addition to Canapino, who came to lead the general classification on several occasions, he also stood out Stephen Guerrieri, which took the car of the ByKolles Burst Esport What did he share with the French? Tom dillmann, Slovenian Jernej simoncic and the Danish Jesper Pedersen.

During the first hours it also shone Jose Maria Lopez, who after starting from 18th place came to the front of the pack. Unfortunately, what was done by the Cordovan in his first turn was of little use since he finished 14th with his teammates in the Toyota GAZOO Racing, English Mike conway, the Japanese Kamui Kobayashi And French Maxime Brient.

Le Mans Race 4 Winners
Louis Deletraz, Raffaele Marciello, Nikodem Wisniewski and Kuba Brzezinski gave the victory to Rebellion Williams Esports.

As for the rest of the compatriots who competed, Franco Colapinto finished tenth as a team member IDEC Sport Racing which also had French as pilots Paul-Loup Chatin, English Richard Bradley and the German Mike Hoyer.

Those who could not reach the end were Sasha fenestraz, which ran in the Veloce Esports 3 next to the american Ryan Twitter, English James Baldwin And French Tom lartilleuxand Julian Santero, who represented the Toyota GAZOO Racing Argentina next to the brazilian Nelson Picket Jr., and the Italians Fabrizio Gobbi and Moreno Sirica. In the case of the Argentine team, an accident at midnight prevented it from continuing in competition.

Fernando Alonso was one of those who had technical failures with the game ...

The 24 Hours of Virtual Le Mans brought together 50 teams with a total of 200 drivers, among professionals and simracers scattered throughout the world. Some of the highest level like Spanish Fernando Alonso and Brazilian Rubens Barrichello, who shared equipment; The dutch Max Verstappen and the Monegasque Charles Leclerc.

Alonso and Verstappen, who aspired to victory, suffered technical failures with the platform that took them out of the fight. In fact, in a couple of opportunities the race was stopped with a red flag to restart the servers.

Beyond that, the experience fulfilled its objective: to add adrenaline to the weekend in which the 2020 edition of the 24 Hours of Le Mans was originally due to take place, which were rescheduled for the 19 and September 20 by the coronavirus.


TOTAL IN THE 24 HOURS OF LE MANS VIRTUALES

As it happens in the World Endurance, Total He was also present in this unique virtual test as a sponsor of the event and the teams Panis Racing Triple A, Signatech Alpine ElfCool racing y Aston Martin Racing.

24 Hours of Virtual Le Mans

In addition, the lubricants brand had a presence in the safety car, the virtual version of the prototype Mission H24 with “fuel cell” technology (creates electricity from an electrophysical reaction between hydrogen and air).

 

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