The 24 Hours of Le Mans 2019 |OT| Can Toyota make it two in a row?

Daverytimes

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Oct 25, 2017
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So for next year, another Toyota win, huh? It's too bad Porsche retired after 2017, things would have been much more interesting.
Am happy for them to rack up as many wins as they can, others have done it and I think it's their turn. The way Audi and Porsche left the series left a sour taste in my mouth. Audi dominated without much competetion and when competetion finally came they ran with their tails between their legs. The TS050 is possibly one of the best lmp1 ever made (along with the 919) and deserves some Le man victories.
 
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RaySpencer

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Oct 27, 2017
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Didnt watch any of this, but Im an Alonso fan, how did his stint go in this race? I saw that the team won, and the last driver was a Japanese guy which is awesome.
 
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Edmond Dantès
Oct 27, 2017
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Didnt watch any of this, but Im an Alonso fan, how did his stint go in this race? I saw that the team won, and the last driver was a Japanese guy which is awesome.
His stints were consistent and what you'd expect from Alonso, but he didn't seem settled or as comfortable as last year. There was nothing as impressive as his night shift at Le Mans 2018 for example.
 

RaySpencer

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Oct 27, 2017
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His stints were consistent and what you'd expect from Alonso, but he didn't seem settled or as comfortable as last year. There was nothing as impressive as his night shift at Le Mans 2018 for example.
Thanks. I remember hearing last year that he did some amazing stuff, so I was hoping there was something similar. But consistently good is always nice. Haha