It's funny that someone with an avatar of a relatively recent sportscar prototype no longer watches sportscar racing. Did you watch through the end of the LMP1 era or did you give up earlier on?
The final Le Mans I watched was 2020 but I had effectively given up in 2019 already. 2018 season still seemed somewhat okayish at the beginning with the news of Sebring coming back to WEC and ACO seemingly embracing privateer LMP1s to at least some degree, but it was a false hope.
It is a shame but I'm happy enough now watching F1 + Indycar + once-a-year N24 and maybe Super GT race or two. I don't need the dirty politics of ACO to my life any longer. Lola in my picture is there to remind me of the good times though. Le Mans was my favorite race and ALMS my favorite series, but I can move on with life.
Back to this race though, the winning car's clear infraction being dismissed seems shady but it is what it is. I don't really pay attention to the results in the end. As AlexPrime says above, the clear star of this race is the circuit, the entries are secondary. That and the insane driving and traffic management and the weird little classes. Onboards through the forest are fun.
Edited by LolaB0860, 29 May 2022 - 17:34.