Motul developed a prototype oil specifically for Rebellion and Dragonspeed, the technical partner teams involved in LM P1. Their cars are powered by the Gibson engine and the British company has also signed a technical partnership with Motul. This extends to the provision of the famous 300V oil to all the LM P2 prototypes as Gibson is the exclusive engine supplier for the category. Graff Racing, winner of the under 2-litre Group 6 class in 1981 with Motul, has undergone a major evolution since those days, but its passion for performance remains as strong as ever. Tristan Gommendy, Jonathan Hirschi and Vincent Capillaire carried the Graff Racing-So24 and Motul colours to second place in the P2 category. Just behind, another Motul team, United Autosports, clinched third with Juan Pablo Montoya, Will Owen and Hugo de Sadeleer. Singapore-based outfit, Clearwater Racing, finished eighth in the hotly-contested LM GTE Am category only three laps behind the winner.