Corvette Racing leads the GTE-Pro with the remaining six hours in the 24 Hours of Le Mans, who are currently in a fight with AF Corse for the class.
Mike Rockenfeller took the top spot shortly before the end of the 18th hour when Daniel Serra transferred No. 51 AF Corse Ferrari 488 GTE Evo to Alessandro Pir Guydi.
Ferrari has a different strategy for the rest of the GTE-Pro frontrunners, and is set to retake the lead when Rockenfeller's next Corvette number C7.R. It was 25 minutes after the clock went six hours.
Porsche has numbers 93 and 91 in third and fourth, and within 24 seconds of the Corvette, in front of the four entrances of Ford Chip Ganassi Racing.
Rebellion Racing faced further failures at its No. 3 R13 Gibson in the 17th and 18th hour, including three minutes of braking and retention and spin.
Gustavo Menezes was forced to sit in pit-lane for three minutes for violating the tire rules by focusing on the illegal use of the Swiss squad of "re-introduced" tires before the new tires of the same compound.
Shortly after returning to the track, Meneze turned in the gravel
The new uprising No. 3 is already on the fourth, six laps off but still two laps ahead of the sister position No. 1.
SMP Racing is the best non-hybrid team with its 11th BR Engineering BR1 AER third, four laps behind the Toyota TS050 Hybrids pair in front of the field
Mike Conway is currently driving the 7th Toyota, while Kazuki Nakajima has 1:40 behind car number 8.
Ben Kitting had an extraordinary excursion to the GATE-Am-leading Keating Motorsports Ford GT but managed to stand in front of ast.
The American found himself in Dunlop Chicane's gravel at Ford's customer who  is leading in the fifth-hour class but is still halfway through Team Patrick Patrick Linds' despite a brake change.
G-Drive Racing is headed by his class LMP2 with Roman Rusinov Aurus 01 Gibson, while Signatech Alpine Matmut is second only about three minutes back