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Audi R10 TDI on the front row in Houston
- Allan McNish misses pole-position by a mere 0.006 sec
- Marco Werner claims sixth position in “sister” car
- Qualifying finally decided in the very last seconds
The two Audi R10 TDI sportscars start Saturday’s fourth round of the American Le Mans Series (ALMS) in Houston (US state of Texas) as fastest LM P1 prototypes from the first and third rows. During the qualifying on Friday evening, Allan McNish (Scotland) was beaten in the fight for pole-position by a mere 0.006 seconds. His team-mate Marco Werner (Germany) qualified the second Audi R10 TDI in sixth place – second in the LM P1 category – with a gap of 0.7 seconds.