Toyota has won the 24 Hours of Le Mans for the fifth year in a row with New Zealand driver, Brendon Hartley, taking the chequered flag to become a three-time champion.
Hartley won Le Mans in 2017 with Porsche and in 2020 with Toyota when he took the place of Spain’s two times Formula One world champion and double Le Mans winner Fernando Alonso.
The race was founded in 1923 and is now in its 90th edition. The 62 drivers were cheered on by a crowd of 244,200.
Another New Zealand driver Shane van Gisbergen finished 32nd in a Ferrari.