#26 G-Drive Racing and #28 TDS Racing have decided to appeal the decisions of the stewards pronounced last Monday after the 24 Hours of Le Mans in front of the FIA International Court of Appeal.

G-Drive Racing dominated the LMP2 class with the #26 Oreca 07 – Gibson and finished the race victorious by a margin of two laps. TDS Racing’s #28 Oreca 07 – Gibson finished fourth in class. However, both cars were excluded from the results on the Monday following the race for use of an illegal device to speed up refueling times. The disqualification promoted the Signatech Alpine squad to LMP2 victory.

A statement issued by TDS on Thursday read:

“G-Drive Racing and TDS Racing have decided to appeal the decisions of the stewards pronounced last Monday after the 24 Hours of Le Mans in front of the FIA International Court of Appeal.
Both teams consider having at all times respected the applicable regulations and have been truly disappointed by the Stewards decision. They now wish to bring forward their arguments in front of the highest FIA Court.
No further comment will be issued until the procedure is over.”

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