Until the last minute all teams fought for the pole position for the 6 hours of the Nürburgring. While Toyota snatched the pole position in LMP1, G-Drive delivered a breathtaking top-end with Jackie Chan DC Racing. In the LMGTE-Pro Porsche were fastest and secured the first starting position for the race.

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#     Team   Number     Car   Driver 1   Driver 2   Driver 3
1 Toyota Gazoo Racing 7 Toyota TS050 – Hybrid Mike Conway Kamui Kobayashi José María López
2 Porsche LMP Team 2 Porsche 919 Hybrid Timo Bernhard Brendon Hartley Earl Bamber
3 Porsche LMP Team 1 Porsche 919 Hybrid Neel Jani Andre Lotterer Nick Tandy

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#     Team   Number     Car   Driver 1   Driver 2   Driver 3
1 G-Drive Racing 26 Oreca 07 Roman Rusinov Pierre Thiriet Ben Hanley
2 Jackie Chan DC Racing 38 Oreca 07 Ho-Pin Tung Oliver Jarvis Thomas Laurent
3 Vaillant Rebellion 31 Oreca 07 Julien Canal Bruno Senna Filipe Albuquerque

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#     Team   Number     Car   Driver 1   Driver 2   Driver 3
1 Porsche GT Team 92 Porsche 911 RSR Michael Christensen Kévin Estre  –
2 Aston Martin Racing 95 Aston Martin Vantage Nicki Thiim Marco Sorensen  –
3 Porsche GT Team 91 Porsche 911 RSR Richard Lietz Frédéric Makowiecki  –

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#     Team   Number     Car   Driver 1   Driver 2   Driver 3
1 Aston Martin Racing 98 Aston Martin Vantage Paul Dalla Lana Pedro Lamy Mathias Lauda
2 Dempsey-Proton Racing 77 Porsche 911 RSR (2016) Christian Ried Matteo Cairoli Marvin Dienst
3 Spirit of Race 54 Ferrari 488 GTE Thomas Flor Francesco Castellacci Miguel Molina

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Tobias

Tobias is editor-in-chief and one of the co-founders of WEC-Magazin.