In a race filled with drama and chaos, the Mazdas ran a calm and considered strategy, supported by outstanding driving and perfect execution to enter the final 40 minute stint running 1-2, comfortably clear of the competition.
Only a final bit of bad luck, the uncontrollable factor that has played a significant role in the team’s 2020 results, put paid to a totally dominant result. A random debris-induced puncture on the #77, with under 30 minutes to go, relegated it to P3 from a comfortable 25-second lead over its sister car. The final outcome being that the #55 crossed the line ten seconds clear of the #6 Penske, the #77 Mazda right under its rear wing, winning the toughest of the world’s big three sports car endurance events.
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