Pagenaud went about 12 seconds behind his teammate when he and Alex Riberas's Audi R8 stepped out of the race track, although it was unclear whether the pair had made contact. Acura binds Pagenaud to stop about five minutes earlier than the rest of the prototypes, and he fell to third place after Acuras' closest rival, # 10 Wayne Taylor Racing Cadillac DPi-VR
currently powered by Renger van der Zande.
He lay 45 seconds behind Castrenesh and 3 seconds ahead of Pagenauud, while the caution of a full course flew only after 10 hours hours, as Unicos Racing Cadillac was wheeling shortly after a Pitstop
Nissan DPi by Romain Dumas was launched this year by the CORE auto show to get closer to the first three, just ahead of Pipo Derani, who has just taken off Eric Curran in the # 31
Sixth place is JDC-Miller Cadillac by Misha Goybee rg, though with a tour, Harry Tincknell, who runs the Mazda RT24-P with a later stage
Pastor Maldonado and Henrik Henman continue to perform 1-2 DragonSpeed in the LMP2 category, though with two laps, while Chris Wright turns the Performance Tech Motorsports Oreca pedals five more laps behind.
In the GT Le Mans, the battle has become frantic, with Miguel Molina leading in the Risi Competizione Ferrari 488 class – although it requires a pitpop about 22 minutes earlier than his closest pursuer, Matthew Jamnette in # 912 Porsche 911 RSR, and 18 minutes earlier than Antonio Garcia's # 3 Corvette C7.R in third place.
Jodi Hand # 66 The Ford GT is the fourth with the same braking strategy as Molina, and is ahead of Marcel Fassler Corvette, BMW M8 by Colton Hertha and Porsche by Frederic Makovecki.
GT Motorsports Porsche 911 GT3 R in front of the well-run Riley car
GT Daytona sees the ruling champion Brian Sellers and Paul Miller in charge of Lamborghini Huracan in front of Montplast from Land Audi R8, Austin C
Motorsports of Ben Keating and Scuderia Corsa Ferrari by Dominik Farnbacher. 488.