At the end of the 30 minutes dedicated to establishing the first positions on the starting grid of the individual classes, the two Toyota GR010 Hybrids shine, the Alpine third. In the Lmgte Pro class the Chevrolet Corvettes are in the first two places. Ferrari double in Lmgte AM
Thirty minutes of great adrenaline to determine the top positions on the grid in each class. From the spectacle of the Hyperpole of the 2022 24 Hours of Le Mans edition, which saw the six fastest cars on the track after qualifying, the Toyota number 8 driven by Brendon Hartley comes out with absolute pole position in the Hypercar class with a time of 3 ‘ 24”408. Second is the twin car number 7 with Kamui Kobayashi (+ 0”420), third the Alpine with Nicolas Lapierre (+ 0”442). A lot of competition and close times even among the prototypes of the Lmp2 “cadet” series where the Wrt team wins the pole with the Oreca 07 – Gibson number 31 with Robin Frijns at the wheel.
HYPERPOLE: FIRST CLASS CORVETTE AND FERRARI
Among the grand touring cars derived from the series in the “queen” category, the Lmgte Pro wins the pole the number 64 Chevrolet Corvette with Nick Tandy, ahead of the other American car, the number 63; Porsche number 91 is third. The two AF Corse Ferrari 488 Gte Evo are fifth, with Antonio Fuoco in the 52 (+ 1 ” 794), and sixth in their class, with the reigning world champion James Calado in the 51 (+ 1 ” 831). In pole position in the Lmgte Am class there is a car from Maranello, the number 61 of AF Corse, in front of the other “red” car, the 57 of Kessel. The 24 Hours of Le Mans, the third round of the FIA WEC Endurance World Championship, kicks off on Saturday 11 June at 4 pm. Below are the summary rankings divided by class.