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Kiwi-driven Porsche wins Le Mans 24 hour

SBS Sunday, 18 June 2017
New Zealanders Brendon Hartley and Earl Bamber have won the Le Mans 24 hour race for Porsche alongside German co-driver Timo Bernhard.
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News video: The Le Mans 24 hour race - The world's biggest race just started

The Le Mans 24 hour race - The world's biggest race just started 01:52

The Le Mans 24-hour race started at very high speed. Four hours into the race and after several position changes, the Porsche 919 Hybrid no. 1 is running second behind Toyota. At 7.30 pm, after 75 laps on the 13.629 kilometre track, the best placed 919 Hybrid is 45 seconds behind the leader. After a...

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