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I saw it. I've seen the C5-R in action before and didn't think they were that great. (Yes, I know they won their class at Le Mans twice). In major endurace competitions, I tend to root for the Audis, since BMW has been absent from the prototype classes for a while now.
It's incredible how fast parts can be changed on modern race cars. I'm involved to a degree with the SunTrust Daytona Prototype in Grand-Am, and the entire rear end can be changed in roughly 20 minutes - less time than it takes to change one corner. what will be done is a fresh rear end will be put on the car and the broken one wheeled back to the garage and repaired in case another failure occurs in that same race.