It was a brilliant result for the two RCZ diesel entries, which placed first and second in the D1T category for diesel cars between 1700 and 2000 cc.
Powered by Peugeot’s 2.0 litre HDi FAP engine producing 200 bhp (149 kW), both cars were virtually standard production spec with the exception of a few key racing and safety parts from Peugeot Sport.
In recognition of the company’s 200-year anniversary, the cars run under the numbers 200 and 201 and were driven by an all-French and German team.
By the end of the race, it was the German team in car 201 that scored the class win and 50th
outright, while the 200 car placed third in class and 82nd
Peugeot expects the RCZ to go on sale in Australia in August this year.