Paul di Resta topped the times in the second 90-minute free notice session for round two of the 2021 FIA World Patience Championship at the 8 Hours of Portimao this morning, whereas Ferrari headed the LMGTE Educated class.
Alpine ELF Matmut continues to bound the Hypercar class as Nicolas Lapierre units most sharp lap of 1m32.024, which became 4th fastest overall. Brendon Hartley units most sharp time for Toyota Gazoo Racing with a 1m32.690s most sharp in #8 Toyota GR010-Hybrid, whereas the #7 Toyota is third with Mike Conway turning in a 1m32.721s most sharp lap.
Glickenhaus Racing’s Glickenhaus 0007 Hypercar produce is fourth as session is curtailed correct earlier than 60-minute model when Romain Dumas stops heading in the correct direction with a equipment shift explain.
AF Corse Ferrari top class for first time in 2021 as Daniel Serra heads the discipline with a 1m38.901s most sharp lap. The Brazilian’s most sharp time is correct over 0.1s sooner than #92 Porsche 911 RSR-19 driven by Kevin Estre, Neel Jani and Michael Christensen. Sister Porsche areas third as a 1m39.328s is decided by Frederic Makowiecki. The James Calado and Alessandro Pier Guidi driven AF Corse entered Ferrari 488 GTE Evo peaks on a 1m39.593s lap carried out by Calado.
Di Resta’s searing lap sees United Autosports USA lead the general timing sheets and LMP2 class as the Scottish ace’s time of 1m39.184s can’t be beaten. Group of workers WRT comes closest to the general bound as Robin Frijns laps correct 0.020s away. Third in LMP2 is the #34 Inter Europol Competition entry as Alex Brundle retains scintillating assemble and is correct 0.067s off di Resta’s benchmark.
LMGTE Am class is topped by the #56 Group of workers Mission 1 Porsche as Matteo Cairoli peaks on a 1m39.266s. Cetilar Racing set up second as Antonio Fuoco units a lap correct 0.2 seconds of Cairoli’s most sharp
Third is the GR Racing Porsche as Ben Barker boosts British workforce with a 1m39.501s quickest lap.