Entertainment LMP2 drama in Le Mans: It felt in the WRT garage
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The events overlooked in the final phase of the 24h of Le Mans 2021, as The WRT-ORECA # 41 (Kubica / Deletraz / YE) in the last round due to a sensor feet in the lead. At the top, the secure double victory of the Belgian team became a real thriller, because the WRT-ORECA # 31 (Frijns / Habsburg / Milesi) came to the finish only 0.727 seconds in front of the Jota-Oreca # 28 (Gelael / Vandoorne / Blomqvist). Charles Weerts describes the key moments and the emotions on the box.
The Belgian was not in the squad of WRT and was therefore only as a spectator in the garage. However, the 20-year-old GT-Youngster enjoyed the time outside the cockpit because he was able to visit the Curves of Indianapolis and Mulsanne in the course of the 24 hours of Le Mans as early and the race was allowed to experience the race in the fullest. However, the last round was a true roller coaster of feelings for the GT3 specialist.
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First, it looked after a secure double victory for the WRT team, which went to the 24 hours of Le Mans for the first time in the LMP2 category to start. First, the first car fell out in the last roundin place, then the sister car was pressurized from the competition to the black and white checkered flag. A sheet of paper would have just just fitted between the two top LMP2 bolides.
celebrating and grieve very close together
"It was really an emotional moment," recalls Weerts. "I have been reselling the start number 41. It had deserved to win this race. The trio has led the whole race over the rating and at the end just had a lot of bad luck. They had really deserved. Of course, we had more deserved But we were happy for the start number 31, even if unfortunately there has no double win. "
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"However, it's a phenomenal day when wins as a team Le Mans," says Weerts. "Of course we were very happy yet. A safely believed double victory was almost almost a second place. That would have been a shame because WRT had earned this victory. The team has managed the race over 19 hours very well."
But then not only the failure, but also a disgusted pit stop, brought the WRT troop from balance. The rear jack of the start number 31 no longer worked, which is why the rear tires could not be changed at the same time with the front tires. Therefore, the balance is completely out of the rudder and the Jota team worried his chance to dust the victory.
thriller ends after 24 hours
as almost also the flags pavement in the fight for the LMP2 victory was caught, the thriller was over:. "The tension was of course very high in the garage," says Weerts. "The stress level was extremely high. I had my chance to sleep something, but the mechanics were completely stream and were tired."
"It was really a special moment and ultimately it has been good for us with the victory," says the Belgian. "Suddenly all and hopped around. The team was just overjoyed. On the other hand, it was also destroyed on the ground because nobody could believe what's happening with the other car. It was a strange situation. I just wanted just Celebrate, but I have considered neutral to be respectful to the other team. "
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