2006 Petit Le Mans

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The 2006 Petit Le Mans was the ninth race for the 2006 American Le Mans Series season. It took place on September 30, 2006.

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Official results

Class winners in bold. Cars failing to complete 70% of winner's distance marked as Not Classified (NC).

PosClassNoTeamDriversChassisTyreLaps
Engine
1LMP12 Flag of the United States.svg Audi Sport North America Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Allan McNish
Flag of Italy.svg Rinaldo Capello
Audi R10 TDI M 394
Audi TDI 5.5L Turbo V12
(Diesel)
2LMP115 Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Zytek Engineering Flag of Sweden.svg Stefan Johansson
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Johnny Mowlem
Flag of Japan.svg Haruki Kurosawa
Zytek 06S M 390
Zytek 2ZG408 4.0L V8
3LMP19 Flag of the United States.svg Highcroft Racing Flag of the United States.svg Duncan Dayton
Flag of Brazil.svg Vítor Meira
Flag of the United States.svg Memo Gidley
MG-Lola EX257 D 389
AER P07 2.0L Turbo I4
4LMP188 Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Creation Autosportif Flag of France.svg Nicolas Minassian
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Jamie Campbell-Walter
Flag of Switzerland.svg Harold Primat
Creation CA06/H M 388
Judd GV5 S2 5.0L V10
5LMP26 Flag of the United States.svg Penske Racing Flag of Germany.svg Sascha Maassen
Flag of Germany.svg Timo Bernhard
Flag of France.svg Emmanuel Collard
Porsche RS Spyder M 386
Porsche MR6 3.4L V8
6LMP27 Flag of the United States.svg Penske Racing Flag of Germany.svg Lucas Luhr
Flag of France.svg Romain Dumas
Flag of Germany.svg Mike Rockenfeller
Porsche RS Spyder M 385
Porsche MR6 3.4L V8
7LMP11 Flag of the United States.svg Audi Sport North America Flag of Germany.svg Frank Biela
Flag of Italy.svg Emanuele Pirro
Flag of Germany.svg Marco Werner
Audi R10 TDI M 383
Audi TDI 5.5L Turbo V12
(Diesel)
8GT1007 Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Aston Martin Racing Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Darren Turner
Flag of the Czech Republic.svg Tomáš Enge
Aston Martin DBR9 P 374
Aston Martin 6.0L V12
9GT1009 Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Aston Martin Racing Flag of Portugal.svg Pedro Lamy
Flag of France.svg Stéphane Sarrazin
Aston Martin DBR9 P 373
Aston Martin 6.0L V12
10GT13 Flag of the United States.svg Corvette Racing Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg Ron Fellows
Flag of the United States.svg Johnny O'Connell
Flag of Italy.svg Max Papis
Chevrolet Corvette C6.R M 372
Chevrolet LS7r 7.0L V8
11GT14 Flag of the United States.svg Corvette Racing Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Oliver Gavin
Flag of Monaco.svg Olivier Beretta
Flag of Denmark.svg Jan Magnussen
Chevrolet Corvette C6.R M 371
Chevrolet LS7r 7.0L V8
12LMP227 Flag of Switzerland.svg Horag-Lista Racing Flag of Switzerland.svg Fredy Lienhard
Flag of Belgium (civil).svg Didier Theys
Flag of Belgium (civil).svg Eric van de Poele
Lola B05/40 M 371
Judd XV675 3.4L V8
13LMP237 Flag of the United States.svg Intersport Racing Flag of the United States.svg Jon Field
Flag of the United States.svg Clint Field
Flag of the United States.svg Liz Halliday
Lola B05/40 G 357
AER P07 2.0L Turbo I4
14GT231 Flag of the United States.svg Petersen Motorsports
Flag of the United States.svg White Lightning Racing
Flag of Germany.svg Jörg Bergmeister
Flag of the United States.svg Patrick Long
Flag of Sweden.svg Niclas Jönsson
Porsche 911 GT3-RSR M 356
Porsche 3.6L Flat-6
15GT261 Flag of the United States.svg Risi Competizione Flag of the United States.svg Anthony Lazzaro
Flag of Italy.svg Maurizio Mediani
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Marino Franchitti
Ferrari F430 GT2 M 354
Ferrari 4.0L V8
16GT250 Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg Multimatic Motorsports Team Panoz Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg Scott Maxwell
Flag of Australia (converted).svg David Brabham
Flag of France.svg Sébastien Bourdais
Panoz Esperante GT-LM P 352
Ford (Élan) 5.0L V8
17GT251 Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg Multimatic Motorsports Team Panoz Flag of the United States.svg Gunnar Jeannette
Flag of the United States.svg Tommy Milner
Flag of the United States.svg Andy Lally
Panoz Esperante GT-LM P 351
Ford (Élan) 5.0L V8
18GT245 Flag of the United States.svg Flying Lizard Motorsports Flag of the United States.svg Johannes van Overbeek
Flag of Germany.svg Wolf Henzler
Flag of Germany.svg Marc Lieb
Porsche 911 GT3-RSR M 346
Porsche 3.6L Flat-6
19GT221 Flag of the United States.svg BMW Team PTG Flag of the United States.svg Bill Auberlen
Flag of the United States.svg Joey Hand
Flag of the United States.svg Boris Said
BMW M3 Y 344
BMW 3.2L I6
20GT244 Flag of the United States.svg Flying Lizard Motorsports Flag of the United States.svg Seth Neiman
Flag of the United States.svg Lonnie Pechnik
Flag of the United States.svg Darren Law
Porsche 911 GT3-RSR M 343
Porsche 3.6L Flat-6
21GT223 Flag of the United States.svg Alex Job Racing Flag of Germany.svg Marcel Tiemann
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Robin Liddell
Flag of Germany.svg Dominik Farnbacher
Porsche 911 GT3-RSR M 339
Porsche 3.6L Flat-6
22
DNF
LMP28 Flag of the United States.svg B-K Motosport Flag of the United States.svg Guy Cosmo
Flag of the United States.svg Jamie Bach
Flag of the United States.svg Elliot Forbes-Robinson
Courage C65 K 309
Mazda R20B 2.0L 3-Rotor
23
DNF
GT222 Flag of the United States.svg BMW Team PTG Flag of the United States.svg Justin Marks
Flag of the United States.svg Bryan Sellers
Flag of the United States.svg Ian James
BMW M3 Y 304
BMW 3.2L I6
24
DNF
LMP116 Flag of the United States.svg Dyson Racing Flag of the United Kingdom.svg James Weaver
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Andy Wallace
Flag of the United States.svg Butch Leitzinger
Lola B06/10 M 221
AER P32T 3.6L Turbo V8
25
DNF
LMP112 Flag of the United States.svg Autocon Motorsport Flag of the United States.svg Mike Lewis
Flag of the United States.svg Chris McMurry
Flag of the United States.svg Bryan Willman
MG-Lola EX257 D 127
AER P07 2.0L Turbo I4
26
DNF
LMP120 Flag of the United States.svg Dyson Racing Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Guy Smith
Flag of the United States.svg Chris Dyson
Lola B06/10 M 100
AER P32T 3.6L Turbo V8
27
DNF
GT262 Flag of the United States.svg Risi Competizione Flag of Monaco.svg Stéphane Ortelli
Flag of Germany.svg Ralf Kelleners
Flag of Finland.svg Markus Palttala
Ferrari F430 GT2 M 61
Ferrari 4.0L V8
28
DNF
LMP219 Flag of the United States.svg Van der Steur Racing Flag of the United States.svg Gunnar van der Steur
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Ben Devlin
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Tim Greaves
Radical SR9 K 6
AER P07 2.0L Turbo I4

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Petit Le Mans
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2006 Grand Prix of Mosport
2006 season Next race:
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