The GT Le Mans class championship-leading No. 3 Corvette C7.R has hit trouble with less than three hours remaining in the Motul Petit Le Mans.
Antonio Garcia went behind the wall for repairs following a bizarre accident while under the race’s fourth full course caution.
Garcia lost control of his Corvette while exiting pit lane near Turn 1 and made contact with the wall.
While limping the car back the pits, the Pratt & Miller-led squad ordered the Spaniard to go straight to the garage, where it underwent a nose and splitter change, among other components.
The car has dropped to 9th and last in the GTLM class, two laps behind the pair of Porsche 911 RSRs, which run 1-2 in class.
As it runs now, the No. 67 Ford GT of Richard Westbrook and Ryan Briscoe, which is third in the race, would win the class championship.