Toyota He had no problem pulling out his spine and achieving a double in the 24 Hours of Le Mans, the legendary event that is part of the FIA WEC calendar. The triumph was left for the trio formed by the Spanish Fernando Alonso, the Swiss Sébastien Buemi and the Japanese Kazuki Nakajima. While the second place was for the Argentine Jose Maria Lopez, English Mike conway and the Japanese Kamui Kobayashi.
The official Toyota TS050 HYBRIDs were forceful in the demanding competition since they alternated in front of the race without any other rival could overshadow them.
The victory of Alonso-Buemi-Nakajima allows the Japanese brand to achieve its first success in its twentieth attempt after winning two laps ahead of its teammates.
López also made history as he became the third Argentine to get on the podium at Le Mans after the success of José Froilán González in the 1954 edition and second place in Oscar larrauri in 1986. Pechito completed his three shifts (the last with a top included) and drove a total of almost nine hours. What's more, the one from Río Tercero had the pleasure of dotting for almost 900 kilometers.
The third place in the general was for the Swiss Mathias Beche, the American Gustavo Menezes And French Thomas laurent, who shared a Rebellion Racing Rebellion R13-Gibson and came within 12 laps of the leaders.
In category LMP2 victory has been for the French Andrea Pizzitola y Jean-Éric Vergne and Russian Roman Rusinov, with two laps ahead of his immediate pursuit.