Le Mans Event This Year!

Le Mans 2015 was surely an exciting event this year. There were big names of the automotive industry such as Porsche, Nissan and Ferrari among others that took part in the oldest sports car race. Let us take a look at the highlights of the event.

•    Porsche’s Russian Driver flipped out of the car while speeding in the rain. The car lost its control and flipped into air and came crashing down after it smashed into a wall. The car driver and the female companion were somehow not wearing seat belts. They were rushed to hospital as they suffered injuries.

•    Nissan revealed in 2014 that it would be returning in the Le Mans with its revolutionary LMP1 hybrid in the season 2015.  Although the Nissan’s 3 GT-R LM Nismos didn’t win, but the racer definitively explained that the hybrid car has got a long way to go in the sports racing events.
 

 

 

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