Ten minutes with Andy Priaulx

Ten minutes with Andy Priaulx

Andy Priaulx's BMW will start third in GTE Pro at Le Mans today, despite a big crash in qualifying. He talked to AUTOSPORT abou the shunt and BMW's prospects for the race

Britain's Andy Priaulx will start the Le Mans 24 Hours from third in the GTE Pro class for BMW, despite a heavy crash in second qualifying at the Ford chicane.

Priaulx was unsighted by debris on the track which caused him to lose traction and spin into the barriers, bringing the session to a temporary halt as his stricken car was rescued.

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