Classification for the 1000 Miles of Sebring: Pole for Fernando Alonso
We already saw how the Toyota dominated in the free practice sessions we had for the 1000 Miles of Sebring , the legendary race in the United States for this WEC season. The world of resistance that began in 2018 continues in these last races remaining in this extension for 2019 and now plays one of the great races, as it was the 24 hours of Le Mans.
The two TS050 Hybrid they were the strongest as usual, with # 7 always in the first position and car # 8 of Fernando Alonso second. But at the moment of truth, in the classification, the car of Fernando Alonso has taken the pole of today (also beating the record of speed in the circuit). He will start tomorrow to try to win this legendary race. But it is complicated and very long, so everything can happen. Nonetheless, it would be nice to win the 24-hour Daytona, the 1000-mile Sebring and the Indianapolis 500 this year.
Recall that the Toyota is piloted in the case of # 7 by Ni Conway, Kamui Kobayashi and Pechito Lopez, and # 8 by Fernando Alonso, Sebastian Buemi and Kazuki Nakajima. As for the time that the pilots of the # 8 have achieved, they are three 1:40 low, with 1:40 "1 for Alonso, 1:40" 3 for Buemi and 1:40 "5 for Nakajima . The average has earned them to be ahead of the # 7 that has rolled in 40 highs.
The Rebellion # 3 has achieved the best time of the non-hybrid LMP1, in the LMP2, the Jakie Chan # 38 has been the leader, the GTE-Pro has been for the Porsche # 92, and GTE-Am for the Team Project1 # 56. By the way, remember that we have other Spaniards , like Antonio García in GTE-Pro, who got to be at the top of his category, but finally he was 5th. The same for Molina, who will be 6th in that same category. Good work from them ...You may be interested