The GPT was the final class to exit and noticed persistent rain darken the two.54-mile, 12-turn street course, leaving each staff to swap to rain tyres. Because the 20-minute session went on, circumstances modified and the monitor started to dry out in areas and the lap instances continued to fall.
Within the remaining seconds, Deletraz was capable of put collectively a late flyer of 1m15.402s within the #10 Acura ARX-06 to safe pole, regardless of having his lap barely impacted by the #5 JDC Miller MotorSports Porsche 963 of Mike Rockenfeller.
In LMP2, Ben Keating pulled off the last-gasp flyer of 1m13.859s within the #52 PR1/Mathiasen Motorsports LMP2 ORECA 07, edging out TDS Racing’s Steven Thomas by 0.020s to vault to the quickest outright lap on the day and duly take class pole.
TDS Racing additionally managed to safe third, although, with John Falb wheeling the #35 machine 0.521s behind.
#52 PR1 Mathiasen Motorsports Oreca LMP2 07: Ben Keating, Paul-Loup Chatin, Alex Quinn
Photograph by: Richard Dole / Motorsport Images
Glenn van Berlo propelled Andretti Autosport’s #36 Ligier JS P320 to the highest spot within the LMP3 class, placing collectively a run in 1m16.674s. The lap bettered JDC Miller MotorSports’ #85 Duqueine D08 pushed by Rasmus Lindh by 0.129s.
In GTD Professional Jack Hawksworth rolled to a flying lap of 1m23.168s within the #14 Lexus RC F GT3 for Vasser Sullivan for the category pole.
Coronary heart of Racing’s Ian James offered the fireworks in GTD with monitor circumstances that started moist however dried out because the session progressed. Ultimately, he offered a fast run of 1m23.116s to grab the highest spot at school within the #27 Aston Martin Vantage GT3.
Doriane Pin was a distant 0.679s behind in second within the #83 Lamborghini Huracan GT3 EVO2 for Iron Dames. The #12 Vasser Sullivan Lexus RC F GT3 pushed by Aaron Telitz was third, 0.731s off class pole.
IMSA Petit Le Mans – Qualifying outcomes