The No. 8 Peugeot of Stephane Sarrazin, Pedro Lamy and Franck Montagny continues to lead the Sebring 12 Hours into the final three hours, though it has been unable to shake off the ORECA Peugeot and Highcroft HPD.
Despite the other Peugeot and both Audis being severely delayed in earlier incidents, the remaining factory Peugeot has not had things all its own way in the second half of the race. At the nine-hour mark, Sarrazin is only six seconds ahead of Loic Duval in the ORECA car, with David Brabham's HPD also on the lead lap.
The Audis have been able to get back up to fifth and sixth, behind the Dyson Lola-Mazda, while the No.7 Peugeot is now 21st overall and ninth in LMP1.
Andy Priaulx's No. 56 BMW holds a 15s GT lead over Giancarlo Fisichella in the AF Corse Ferrari. The No. 55 BMW, Risi Ferrari and both Corvettes are also still in the hunt.