The #2 Peugeot continues to hold off the two undelayed Audis at the front of the field after 15 hours of this year's Le Mans 24 Hours.
Nicolas Minassian has been pulling away from the field, setting laps in the 3m21s and 3m20s around the middle of the hour. He is now well over a lap ahead of Timo Bernhard, who has just got in the #9 Audi.
The #8 Audi R15 plus, currently with Benoit Treluyer at the wheel, is third, chased by the recovering #1 Peugeot and #7 Audi.
Aston Martin continues to dominate the petrol runners, #007 leading its sister #009 car by three laps as it holds seventh overall. With the collapse of the Rebellion challenge, the first non-Aston is the #6 ORECA machine in 12th, 14 laps behind the lead Lola-Aston.
The #42 Strakka HPD continues to lead LMP2. Jonny Kane is now between two and three laps, depending on pitstop sequence, ahead after the rival #26 HPD was delayed slightly with rear bodywork issues.
Brake pad changes for the two quickest Porsches have only added to Chevrolet's lead in the GT2 category. The #64 car, currently driven by Olivier Beretta, is still less than a lap ahead of Johnny O'Connell in the sister #63 machine.
While the faultless GT2 leaders are now in the top 20 overall, the troubled GT1 class is led by the #50 Saleen in 25th overall.