Kamui Kobayashi leads the Six Hours of Monza with two hours remaining, with Alpine and Glickenhaus battling over second place.
The #7 Toyota GR010 Hybrid has led from the start of the race and remains out front, with the Japanese driver behind the wheel.
Behind him, Romain Dumas lies in second place in the #709 Glickenhaus 007 LMH, although he is scheduled to pit soon.
The #36 Alpine A480-Gibson, driven by Nicolas Lapierre sits in third place.
Two cars are no longer in contention in the race in the Hypercar class. The #8 Toyota has suffered a number of issues throughout the day, while the #708 Glickenhaus has been retired.
In LMP2, Fabio Scherer leads the class in the #22 United Autosports ORECA 07-Gibson, with the #31 Team WRT ORECA of Charles Milesi clsoe behind in second place.
The #29 Racing Team Nederland ORECA sits in third, but was delayed after a drivethrough penalty for speeding in the pitlane from Frits van Eerd. Paul-Loup Chatin is currently behind the wheel.
The #38 JOTA ORECA, points leader in the class, has fallen away with electrical problems, requiring a lengthy repair.
In GTE Pro, Porsche continues to hold the lead, with the #92 Porsche 911 RSR-19 now in the hands of Kevin Estre ahead of the two Ferraris of Alessandro Pier Guidi and Miguel Molina.
GTE Am is led by the #83 AF Corse Ferrari 488 GTE Evo of Alessio Rovera, with Andrew Watson second in class for D’Station Racing and third place held by Riccardo Pera in the #56 Team Project 1 Porsche 911 RSR.