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Rebellion Racing takes pole in Bahrain while Porsche tops LMGTE Pro

Rebellion Racing took its second consecutive overall pole position to claim top spot in LMP1 Qualifying at the Bahrain International Circuit today for round 4 of FIA WEC.
Bruno Senna and Norman Nato take the best average of 1m42.979s. 
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Tomorrow’s Bapco 8 Hours of Bahrain race will commence at 15h00 local time. 
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Porsche 1-2 in LMGTE Pro Qualifying 

LMGTE Pro sees pole position go to the No.91 Porsche 911 RSR as Richard Lietz and Gimmi Bruni claim their second pole of the season with an average time of 1m55.485s.  Lietz set the fastest overall lap time in 1m55.342s.
It was a Porsche 1-2 as No.92 car of Michael Christensen and Kevin Estre took second position, just 0.060s off their stablemates
AF Corse place third and fourth as No.51 heads No.71 Ferrari 488 GTE Evo.

United Autosports claims first ever LMP2 WEC pole position

Britain's Paul Di Resta and Phil Hanson average 1m45.357s with Di Resta claiming overall quickest LMP2 lap time of 1m44.869s.
Jackie Chan DC Racing duo of Will Stevens and Gabriel Aubry qualify just 0.3s off class pole sitters while G-Drive Racing will start their first WEC race of the season from third position.

No.57 Team Project 1 Porsche takes first pole of the season in LMGTE Am

Larry Ten Voorde and Ben Keating combine to set an average lap of 1m57.602s while Ten Voorde claims fastest overall lap with a 1m57.089s effort.
Meanwhile, No.54 AF Corse Ferrari's Giancarlo Fisichella and Thomas Flohr combine to take second.  
No.88 Dempsey Proton Porsche place third as Khaled Al Qubaisi and Thomas Preining qualify.

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