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“We should do the right job: no driver errors, no crew errors – we should not beat ourselves.” That is acquainted rhetoric from ORECA boss Hugues de Chaunac forward of the Le Mans 24 Hours.

He virtually definitely uttered one thing comparable within the days when his crew was fielding Chrysler Vipers within the 1990s or Judd-engined Dallaras within the 2000s. But it surely additionally hints at what may need been on the French enduro final yr for the Insurrection Racing squad run by his organisation.

Insurrection might have gained the final version of the 24 Hours 15 months in the past. And the ‘might’ right here means ‘had the tempo’ to win, and it had nothing to do with the system of success handicaps that performed an enormous function in permitting the crew to conquer the Toyotas
at Shanghai and Austin in the course of the 2019-20 World Endurance Championship.



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