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Le Mans: Kobayashi takes provisional pole for Toyota

Toyota Gazoo Racing clocked the fastest time during the first 24 Hours of Le Mans qualifying session with a time of 3:17.161 in the #7 TS050 Hybrid with Kamui Kobayashi at the wheel. Russian privateer team SMP Racing in the #17 BR Engineering BR1 car was just 0.472s behind the leading Toyota, while Rebellion Racing placed third quickest in the #3 Rebellion R13 – Gibson making it two privateer LMP1 cars in the top three. With just 45 minutes left on the clock, there was on-track drama between the #31 DragonSpeed car and the #7 Toyota driven by Mike Conway when the former stopped on the Ford chicane and the Toyota collided with the stationary car. The damage incurred saw the cars return to...
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