What we've learned at Le Mans so far

What we've learned at Le Mans so far

Race week at Le Mans already has 10 hours of running in the books, and in that time we've come across plenty of pointers for what to expect during the 24 hours that really matter this weekend

With two days of practice and qualifying in the books, on top of the pre-event test two weeks earlier, all indicators point to Toyota having every chance of finally banishing its Le Mans 24 Hours curse.

But history tells us that anything is possible when it comes to Toyota at Le Mans - except, seemingly, winning. Last year's problem with an agonising six minutes remaining handed victory to Porsche, so there will be plenty of nerves in the Toyota garage throughout the race no matter how strong its position.

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