The Triumph TRS tribute has been running strong throughout the Le Mans Classic 2014 and in Race 2 that form continued. Neil Revington piloted for the opening stint and by the time Richard Bull took over at the scheduled driver change, dawn was breaking along the pitlane.
The driver change and pitstop was probably one of the quickest and most efficient we have seen from the Penrite Le Mans team all weekend with the car being held only to satisfy the 60 second stop rule that applies to all competitors.
Race 2 ended with the Triumph TRs tribute running 7th in class and 38th overall.
You can watch the driver change and pitstop on the video below:
In the final stages of Race 2 , the Triumph TRS headed into dawn, looking spectacular at the Ford Chicane: