ORECA 07 pole for the Portuguese Algarve team in Portimão

Pole position for the Oreca 07, number 25 for the home team, the Portuguese team Algarve Pro Racing which will therefore start at the head of the 4 Hours of Algarve, the fifth and final round of the 2023 calendar of the ELMS European Endurance Season (European Le Mans Series). Which has an exceptional two races this weekend!

It was Australian driver James Allen who set the reference time on the track, which was described as difficult after rain.

Allen is the author of Chrono 1’48. 674directed by 0.881Eureka 07 No. 43 for the Polish Inter Europol team, driven by Ollie Caldwell, his second 1’49.555

Third place went to the young German Lorentz Hoare, riding the No. 28 IDEC Sport Oreca car, with 1’49.886to 1’222.

He is followed in the standings by Dutchman Joop van Uetert, who drives the Panis Racing Oreca 07, and is ranked fourth with… 1’50.159to 1,485then the No. 30 Team Duqueine tri-color Oreca, the No. 22 Team United 51. and the No. 47 Team COOL Racing, respectively with 1’50.311, 1’50.634 And 1’51.793to 1,637, 1,960 And 3’119

In the LMP2 Pro Am class, first place was taken by Aleksander Machul with the #19 Oreca 07 for Team Virage which 1’55.426, Salih Yuluk in the #34 Oreca 07 car of Team Turkey is denied fifth place as he was only second in this timed session with 1’56.472 Rodrigo’s third time selling with N°24 Nielsen Racing Oreca with 1’56,792.

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The LMP3 pole was eventually located to track conditions due to heavy rainfall.

As a result, in the lottery, Virage’s No. 8 Ligier was driven by Manuel Espírito Santo who finished first with 1’56.029

The Portuguese leads Oscar Tongo and Rinaldi Racing’s WTM N°12 Duqueine M30 in second place with 1’56.255 and Markus Seibert driving the N°17 COOL Racing Ligier, current leader of the LMP3 Championship and third with 1’57,727

Finally first place ever for the #72 TF Sport Aston Martin Vantage driven by young Le Mans driver Arnold Rubin, who shares the wheel with his brother Maxime, and Valentin Haas-Clota, who 2’01.872 Ahead of the No. 50 Formula 1 Ferrari 488, in second place B 2’02.830

The first of two races of the 2023 ELMS Final will take place in Portimão on Friday afternoon

Gilles Guigneault

Photos: Elms

Starting grid for the first race on Friday, October 20, 2023

1 – Simpson Allen Lane (Oreca 07-Gibson) Algarve Pro – 1’48″674

2 – Andrade-Caldwell-Aberdeen (Eureka 07-Gibson) Inter Europol – 1’49″555

3 – Lafarge-Chatin-Hur (Eureka 07-Gibson) Idec 1’49″896

4 – Van Uetert-Maldonado-Van der Helm (Eureka 07-Gibson) Panis – 1,50″159

5 – Benno-Bender-Jagne (Eureka 07-Gibson) Duquesne – 1’50″311

6 – Sato-Hanson-Jarvis (Eureka 07-Gibson) United – 1.50″634

7 – Lomco-De Gerros-Lopez (Eureka 07-Gibson) Great – 1.51″793

8 – Machul-Rodriguez-Calderon (Eureka 07-Gibson) Turn – 1’55″426

9 – Espirito Santo Adcock Jensen (Ligier JSP3 – Nissan) Lap – 1′ 56″029

10 – Kratz-Weiss Tongo (Duquesque M30 – Nissan) WTM Rinaldi – 1’56″255

11 – Eulock-Eastwood-Deletraz (Eureka 07-Gibson) RT Turkey – 1’56″472

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12 – Sales – Hanley Beachey (Eureka 07-Gibson) Nielsen – 1’56″792

13 – Rhoda-Red-Fiscal (Eureka 07-Gibson) Proton – 1’57″371

14 – Van Rompuy Alvarez Berthon (Eureka 07 – Gibson) Danish – 1’57″585

15 – Chila-Siebert-Garcia (Liger JSB 3-Nissan) Superb – 1,57″,727

16 – Bel Ali (Liger GSP3 – Nissan) Euro International – 1:57 inches 932

17 – Bukhantsov-Welslaw-Perino (Duquesne M30-Nissan) DKR – 1’57″950 18-

Wheels-Harper Elam (Liger JSP3 – Nissan) Nielsen – 1.58″ 067

19 – Cristovao-Aski-Brisacek (Ligier GSP3 – Nissan) Inter Europol – 1’58’182

20 – Wolf-Duquesne-Faubert (Liger GSP3 – Nissan) Spirit of LeMans – 1,58″,312

21 – Felbermaier Julian Kaprzyk (Liger JSP3 – Nissan) RLR – 1’58″489

22 – Trouille-M.Hague-JP.Hague (Liger JSB 3-Nissan) Ultimate – 1’58″578″

23 – Dyson-Eriksen-Manchester (Legire JSP3 – Nissan) RLR – 1’58″702

24 – Perrodeau-Facsivière-Barnicott (Eureka 07-Gibson) AF Corsi – 1’59″912

25 – Bordad-Vautier-Hawxworth (Eureka 07-Gibson) Algarve Pro – 2’01″126

26 – Hedman-S.Montoya-JP.Montoya (Eureka 07-Gibson) Dragonspeed – 2’01″698

27 – A. Robin-M. Robin-Haas Klot (Aston Martin Vantage AMR) TF Sport – 2’01 “872”

28 – Quigne Jacobsen Lapierre (Eureka 07 – Gibson) Great – 2’02″705

29 – J. Laursen-C. Laursen-Nielsen (Ferrari F488 GTE EVO) Formula – 2’02″830

30 – Muller-Birch-Thieme (Aston Martin Vantage AMR) GMB – 2’03″142

31 – Red-Livorato-Andlauer (Porsche 911 RSR) Proton – 2’04″008

32 – Cameron Beryl Griffin (Ferrari F488 GTE EVO) Spirit of Racing – 2’04″618 33

– Hardwick-Robichon-Piccarello (Porsche 911 RSR) Proton – 2.05 inches 864

34 – Sneijder Merek Pique (Eureka 07 – Gibson) United – 2’07″ 825 35

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– Lintodis-Aguas-de-Pauw (Ferrari F488 GTE EVO) AF Corse – 2’08″059 36

– Kimura-Halfker-Serra (Ferrari F488 GTE EVO) Kessel – 2’08″779

37 – Perry-Hannafin-Lancaster (Ferrari F488 GTE EVO) GMW – 2’09″468

38 – Hartshorn-Tuck-Adam (Aston Martin Vantage AMR) TF Sport – 2’10″582

39 – Schiavone-Cresoni-Cairoli (Porsche 911 RSR) Iron Lynx – 2’11″288

40 – Fassbinder-Ramp-Litz (Porsche 911 RSR) Proton – No time

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