Who Will Replace Boullion?
We've discovered that Jean-Christophe Boullion didn't break his wrist doing anything dangerous: he was playing with his children at home and somehow a curtain rail came down. He climbed up a step ladder to replace it - and fell off.

Perhaps it is safer on the track....

Henri Pescarolo has stated that he will announce the identity of the replacement driver (to race with Collard and Comas) at the end of the test day at Le Mans. Warren Hughes' name springs to mind as a possible choice. Hughes drove for the MG factory team in 2001 and 2002, and was part of the winning RML squad in LMP2 last year. He's expected to be on hand this weekend, if an opportunity should arise.

Update: Christophe Bouchut will now race the Pescarolo, with his place in the Russian Age Aston Martin taken by none other than Nelson Piquet Jnr.


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