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Allan McNish in Audi R15+ – Click above for high-res image gallery

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Peugeot 908-HY hybrid prototype – Click above for high-res image gallery

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Peugeot 908-HY hybrid prototype – Click above for high-res image gallery

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Peugeot RCZ racer – Click above for high-res image gallery

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Peugeot RCZ racer – Click above for high-res image gallery

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2009 Petit Le Mans - Click above for high-res image gallery

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Peugeot has confirmed that for the second year in a row it will be sending its 908 HDi prototypes to Atlanta in September for the Petit Le Mans. Peugeot will be looking to follow up their victory at Le Mans last June with their first win at the ALMS flagship race. In France, Peugeot had a resounding victory over Audi's new R15 TDIs but, so far, the biggest competition in Atlanta will be the LMP1 Acuras. Peugeot will be bringing two of the 908s to Georgia for the race that, along with Sebring, is

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Peugeot has confirmed that for the second year running it will be sending its 908 HDi prototypes to Atlanta in September for the Petit Le Mans. Peugeot will be looking to follow up its victory at Le Mans last June with its first win at the ALMS flagship race. In France, Peugeot had a resounding victory over Audi's new R15 TDIs but so far the biggest competition in Atlanta will come from the LMP1 Acuras. Peugeot will be bringing two of the 908s to Georgia for the race that joins Sebring in becomi

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Audi R15 TDI - click above for high-res gallery

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It's mid-June and that means it's time for the 24 Hours of Le Mans again. If the past decade is anything to go by, the number one contenders will again be the factory Audis, which have won eight of the last nine races (all nine if you count the 2003 as the Audi it truly was). For the past two years, the big battle for overall glory has been between the diesel-powered Audi R10 and Peugeot 908, and this year looks to be no different aside from Audi having an all new car, the R15, still with TDI po

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