2013 24 Hours of Le Mans
The 81 24 - hour race at Le Mans, the 81e Grand Prix d' Endurance les 24 Heures du Mans, took place from 22 to 23 June 2013 at the Circuit des 24 Heures.
- 4.1 pilots after Nations
- 4.2 Final ranking
- 4.3 Only in the message list
- 4.4 Class Winner
- 4.5 racing data
The Danish racing driver Allan Simonsen crashed on the third lap of the race and died shortly afterwards from his injuries in the medical center du Circuit in Le Mans. After 24 hours of driving time Tom Kristensen, Allan McNish and Loic Duval won on their Audi R18 e -tron quattro with start number 2
On 1 February 2013, the Automobile Club de l' Ouest published as an organizer, an initial provisional start list with 56 participants plus ten reserve team. In the following years resulted from cancellations and MOVED participants several changes. Among other things, the mention of the experimental vehicle, the fuel cell vehicle Green GT H2, withdrawn. The following are the list of teams, cars and drivers is shown, which were allowed to participate in the free practice and qualifying sessions.
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Here are the teams, drivers and vehicles that were originally registered for the competition, but it did not participate for various reasons.
- Reported: 66
- Started: 56
- Weather during the race weekend: rain
- Distance: 13.629 km
- Honorary starter of the race: Jim France, vice president of NASCAR
- Distance of the winning team: 4742.892 km
- Winners section: 197.446 km / h
- Pole Position: Loïc Duval - Audi R18 e -tron quattro (# 2) - 3:22,349 min - 242.550 km / h
- Fastest race lap: André Lotterer - Audi R18 e -tron quattro (# 1) - 3:22,746 min - 241.999 km / h
- Race series: 3rd Round of the World Endurance Championship in 2013