6 Hours of Spa 2011

The second round of the Intercontinental Le Mans Cup took place in Belgium, and even though the Audi R18 took to the starting line for the first time, Peugeot was able to take the top two spots on the podium after six hours of racing.
After dominating practice and sweeping qualifying, Audi headed into Saturday’s 1000km of Spa as favorites for top honors in the second round of the Intercontinental Le Mans Cup.
Yet after six hours of racing, diesel arch-rival Peugeot ended up on top after all three of the R18 TDIs hit trouble.
Alex Wurz, Marc Gene and Anthony Davidson steered their No. 7 Peugeot 908 to a 42.965-second win, scoring the first victory for the French manufacturer’s new-generation prototype.