The contest for LMP2 class honours had developed into a two-horse race between the TDS-run G-Drive Oreca and the #31 Rebellion car of Bruno Senna, Julien Canal and Nicolas Prost. The #26 G-Drive followed up on their pole position by taking a first victory of the season.

Ferrari dominated the GTE Pro ranks with its pair of AF Corse-run 488 GTEs, which were locked in a fierce scrap for the win virtually throughout the entire race. In GTE Am, the #98 Aston Martin of Pedro Lamy, Mathias Lauda and Paul Dalla Lana cruised to a dominant victory.

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