Despite its impact with the wall during the altercation with Allan McNish in the first hour of the race, the No. 58 Luxury Racing Ferrari was able to return to action after repairs.
McNish's No. 3 Audi was destroyed when it hit the barriers at high-speed after clipping the GTE Pro car after the Dunlop Bridge. The Scot was unhurt.
"It was unfortunate that it was such a big crash," Christopher Campbell of Luxury Racing said. "We were lucky to have no lasting effects or damage from the incident but our performance hasn't been affected and we're confident about the state of the car. The amount of experience we've got in the car with Anthony [Beltoise] meant we were able to recover well.
"The balance of the car is OK and the drivers are happy. We are double stinting the tires at the moment and it's possible that we'll be able to go for a triple stint in the evening."
The car has had to make a further stop to investigate brake issues but continues to circulate, albeit last in the GTE Pro field and five laps down from its nearest rival.