Peugeot has managed to capitalize on its strong qualifying position during this past weekend’s American Le Mans Series season-ending Petit Le Mans endurance race at Road Atlanta. As has been the case in most years, the race came down to a battle between Peugeot and Audi but in the end it was the French automaker that managed to capitalize, taking out both first and second place on the podium. After a bit of controversy, the LMP1-class Peugeot 908 turbodiesel driven by Franck Montagny, Stephane Sarrazin, and Alexander Wurz eventually took the checkered flag. They were followed by Nicolas...
Peugeot Unveils Diesel-Powered 908 Le Mans Race Car
Peugeot once again will tackle the grueling Le Mans 24 Hours endurance race, this year bringing a brand new version of the 908 HDi FAP race car. The latest version, known simply as the 908, ditches the former car’s V-12 turbodiesel engine in favor of a V-8 unit with a 90-degree angle and 550...Viknesh Vijayenthiran