Le Mans 24 Hour Virtual Wrap – Rogers Scores Class Win

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After a sometimes-controversial race punctuated by a pair of red flags, it was Josh Rogers who ended up as the best-performing Aussie driver in the Le Mans 24 Hour Virtual on the weekend, teaming up with Nick Tandy, Ayhancan Guven and Tommy Ostgaard to take the GTE Class win.

Matt Campbell finished 11th in the GTE Class, while Emily Jones was part of the all-female team with Katherine Legge, Sophia Florsch and Tatiana Calderon finished 19th in the LMP2 Class.

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