Juan Pablo Montoya continues to lead Motul Petit Le Mans for Meyer Shank Racing with two hours of racing left to go.
The #60 Acura ARX-05 holds a lead over the #10 Wayne Taylor Racing Acura, currently driven by Filipe Albuquerque
The MSR Acura captured the lead from the #31 Whelen Engineering Cadillac with a measured pass from Dane Cameron, who has since handed over to Montoya.
Albuquerque then also managed to get past Derani’s #31 Cadillac, dropping the Brazilian down to third place.
In LMP2, Mikkel Jensen has made his way back up to the lead of the class in the #52 PR1/Mathiasen Motorsports ORECA 07-Gibson, leading by over eight seconds from the #11 WIN Autosport ORECA.
Felipe Fraga leads LMP3 in the #74 Riley Motorsports Ligier JS P320. The team had lost the lead in class to the #30 JrIII Racing Ligier after an off-track moment for Scott Andrews, but has since regained it with the #30 Ligier in second place. They are the only cars left on the lead lap in class, with third-placed Jeroen Bleekemolen a lap down in the #91 Riley Ligier.
Nick Tandy is leading in GTLM in the #4 Corvette C8.R after briefly relinquishing the lead to WeatherTech Racing.
Fred Makowiecki had captured the lead in the #97 Porsche 911 RSR-19 but when the #25 BMW M8 GTE of Connor de Phillippi went off track exiting the final corner and caused a caution, Tandy’s Corvette vaulted back into the lead in the pit lane.
The #25 BMW has since retired, leaving Tandy to lead the two Porsches, the #79 Porsche of Mathieu Jaminet ahead of the #97 of Kevin Estre.
The GTD battle is currently being fought out between Wright Motrosports, Pfaff Motorsports and Heart of Racing.
Trent Hindman is ahead in the #16 Porsche 911 GT3 R, with Laurens Vanthoor second in the #9 Porsche and Ross Gunn third in the #23 Aston Martin Vantage AMR.