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The #68 and #85 disqualified 😕🧐
after the 2019 24 Hours of Le Mans
During the post-race technical checks, the race stewards officially disqualified the #68 (Ford Chip Ganassi Team USA's Ford GT) and the #85 (Keating Motorsports' Ford GT) for breach of fuel tank capacity regulations.
The maximum permitted volume per the Endurance Committee Decision for the car was 97 liters, and scrutineering revealed the #68 Ford’s tank to hold 97.83 liters.
The top step on the LMGTE Am class podium is now claimed by Team Project 1's #56 Porsche.
The results of the 87th running of the 24 Hours of Le Mans remain provisional. ... See Less