Toyota won't always outpace LMP2s in race-trim, despite quali gap

Toyota technical boss Pascal Vasselon explained that the 1.6s margin between Kamui Kobayashi’s pole position in the new Toyota GR010 HYBRID and Filipe Albuquerque’s quickest time in LMP2 aboard the United Autosports ORECA-Gibson 07 will disappear at times according to the fuel load and tyres the cars are running during Saturday’s Spa 6 Hours.
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