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Signatech Fastest In Paul Ricard Test

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Nelson Panciatici was the fastest man of the day in the Alpine branded car (Photo Credit: ELMS/DPPI)

Signatech-Alpine topped the time sheets at the end of the second day of testing for the European Le Mans Series at a cloudy, but dry, Paul Ricard circuit.

Nelson Panciatici took the Signatech Nissan set a time of 1:47.652 in the four hour morning session, almost two seconds faster than the second top time set by the Jota Sport Zytek-Nissan.

The top LMPC time was a 1:53.783 set by the Team Endurance Challenge Oreca, while the Ram Racing Ferrari 458 topped the LMGTE class in the morning.

The afternoon session wasn’t as quick, as the fastest time was a 1:49.293 from the Thiriet by TDS Racing Oreca Nissan. Team Endurance Challenge topped the LMPC class for the second time of the day, improving on the morning session’s time and setting the fastest time in class for the weekend with a 1:52.278. LMGTE honours went to the second Ram Racing Ferrari 458 with a time of 1:59.709, while their team-mates sat out the afternoon session.

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