Thévenin Breaks Wrist
dailysportscar.comOlivier Thévenin, second with Patrick Bornhauser in the French GT championship with 192 points, behind the leaders Dumez / Blanchemain (212 points), has broken his wrist in a mountain bike fall – writes David Legangneux. He won't be able to drive the VBM Viper at Albi, for the next round on September 4-5, and will be replaced by William David. Thévenin expects to be back in the VBM Viper seat at Le Mans for the following round on September 25-26.

Bornhauser / Thévenin had a very good start to the season, with three wins and three podium places in six races, before two retirements at Dijon, which cost them the lead of the championship.

David, racing with Déglise in a DSM entered Chrysler Viper, is seventh in the FFSA GT Championship. He has been freed by the DSM team for the Albi race.

William David took pole position for the 1994 Le Mans 24 Hours.

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