Filipe Albuquerque wins 24 Hours of Le Mans and is world champion of endurance
Filipe Albuquerque, 35, was the first Portuguese to win the 24 Hours of Le Mans in one of the most important categories, the LMP2.
The Portuguese driver, born in Coimbra, finished fifth in the overall race won by Toyota, and also won the World Endurance title (WEC), along with one of his colleagues at United Autosports, Philip Hanson.
On a historic day for Portuguese motorsport, António Félix da Costa was the second of the LMP2s, in a Jota car, going up to second place in the World Championship.
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