Risi Competizione’s Gianmaria Bruni, driving the #82 Ferrari F430 GTC, was the only GT2 driver to break the four minute per lap barrier in the first qualifying session for Saturday’s 24 Hours of Le Mans. The Italian’s time of 3:59.233 came shortly after the start of Wednesday’s two hour qualifying on the 8.47 mile Circuit de la Sarthe, and gave Risi Competizione provisional pole position, with two qualifying sessions left... [read more]

Following the first of three qualifying sessions, Bruni said: “It was difficult to find a clear lap but this one (the fast lap) was on my fifth lap so the tires were not so good! I had two good laps before that, and was quick in Sectors 1 and 2, but got traffic at the end of each lap. I slowed down once and went again. It’s good, I’m pleased because we worked hard to find a fast and comfortable set up on the car in the practice session this afternoon and now the car is very good.”

Qualifying for the 78th running of the 24 Hours of Le Mans continues today.

Stay tuned for continued coverage.

Image and Info: Risi Competizione
Editorial: Justin W. Coffey

1 comment:

  1. Read somewhere that they had a slight gear-box problem,or something.Once they get that fixed,they're gonna be a beast! Their car is all balanced to their liking and it's fast and handels well.