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Fifth Report (8:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.)

With only two hours left in the 24 Heures du Mans, the No. 93™ AJR – Petersen Motorsports/White Lightning Porsche GT3 RS continues its spot at the top of the LM GT class and 16th overall. Three laps separate the No. 93 racing machine with the second position Orbit Racing Porsche.

Near the 9 a.m. hour, the car lost voltage, and consequently an alternator change was needed during a routine pit stop near the 11 a.m. hour. The six-minute pit stop didn’t have an effect on the team’s position in class. The following three hours have been problem free.

Sascha Maassen, No. 93™ AJR – Petersen Motorsports/White Lightning Porsche GT3 RS:

“We’ve had a bit of bad luck this morning, with the alternator having to be changed, but compared to other things that could go wrong, this is nothing too bad.”

The distinctive alliance of Alex Job Racing with Petersen Motorsports/ White Lightning Racing is a cooperative effort with members of both Alex Job Racing and Petersen /White Lighting preparing and crewing the car. While rivals in the GT-class of the ALMS, the two have joined to create a formidable team to compete at the prestigious endurance race. Neither team has competed at Le Mans before. Michael Petersen is the car owner while Alex Job acts as entrant and manager. Dale White is the program manager for the operation.

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