Kazuki Nakajima took his #7 Toyota to pole position in the qualifying session, which started early to make up for lost time earlier in the week. Nakajima was the only racer to beat the 3m22.000s barrier. "Pole is important and to start from pole position - even though it is 24 hours - is great," said Nakajima. "It's a very good feeling and I am really happy with the car. I was struggling with the traffic but I managed to get one lap and it was just enough. "It's going to be a tough race but tonight I am happy." Stéphane Sarrazin, Nakajima's teammate in the #7 TS040, said "It is amazing to be on pole again. "I did three in my career here before. Kazuki did a brilliant job. Yesterday we had a good car but today we had a very good car. The set up was brilliant so thanks to the team. "It is promising because we feel so confident in the car. We can push every corner, every lap. Like that everything is positive. The race will be very long, we know that, we have to be very calm and not take it like a short sprint. Great job from the team." Romain Dumas took the Porsche 919 Hybrid on the front row for it's first Le Mans in seemingly centuries. The sister Toyota rounds out the top three. The rest of LMP one is as follows: Porsche, three Audis and the Rebellion LMP1 pair. The #20 Porsche of Bernhard, Webber and Hartley held provisional pole from Wednesday, but did not improve. Karun Chandhok crashed his Murphy Prototypes ORECA at Indianapolis corner, which prompted race control to impose a yellow flag slow zone which dashed hopes for the LMP cars who wanted to improve. The #2 Audi was fastest in the early sectors during the final minutes of the session, however the slow zone prevented improvement. Tristan Gommendy took the TDS Racing Ligier to pole for LMP2, clear of Harry Ticknell's best in Jota Sport's Zytek. Nissan's ZEOD RC ended the session six seconds behind the slowest LMP2 car, with pilot Lucas Ordenez only managing a 3m50.185s. Gianmaria Bruni will start on pole for GTE Pro, with the #81 Ferrari of Wyatt, Rugolo and Bird just behind as the fastest GTE Am car on track. The next best Am car - the #98 AMR car of Pedro Lamy - was one second back, behind five GTE Pro cars. Several cars will be investigated overnight for speeding in the slow zone. Continued... 1. LMP1 #7 Toyota Wurz/Sarrazin/Nakajima 3m21.789s 2. LMP1 #14 Porsche Dumas/Jani/Lieb 3m22.146s 3. LMP1 #8 Toyota Davidson/Lapierre/Buemi 3m22.523s 4. LMP1 #20 Porsche Bernhard/Webber/Hartley 3m22.908s 5. LMP1 #3 Audi Albuquerque/Bonanomi/Jarvis 3m23.271s 6. LMP1 #2 Audi Fassler/Lotterer/Treluyer 3m24.276s 7. LMP1 #1 Audi Di Grassi/Gene/Kristensen 3m25.814s 8. LMP1 #12 Rebellion Prost/Heidfeld/Beche 3m29.763s 9. LMP1 #13 Rebellion Kraihamer/Belicchi/Leimer 3m31.608s 10. LMP2 #46 Ligier Thiriet/Badey/Gommendy 3m37.609s 11. LMP2 #38 Zytek Dolan/Tincknell/Turvey 3m37.674s 12. LMP2 #35 Ligier Brundle/Mardenborough/Shulzhitskiy 3m37.892s 13. LMP2 #26 Morgan Rusinov/Pla/Canal 3m38.000s 14. LMP2 #36 Alpine Chatin/Panciatici/Webb 3m38.089s 15. LMP2 #48 Oreca Berthon/Gonzalez/Chandhok 3m38.207s 16. LMP2 #47 Oreca Howson/Bradley/Imperatori 3m38.689s 17. LMP2 #43 Morgan Klien/Hirsch/Brandela 3m39.135s 18. LMP2 #34 Oreca Frey/Mailleux/Lancaster 3m39.993s 19. LMP2 #42 Zytek Kimber-Smith/McMurry/Dyson 3m40.035s 20. LMP2 #24 Oreca Rast/Charouz/Capillaire 3m40.407s 21. LMP2 #37 Oreca Ladygin/Minassian/Mediani 3m41.297s 22. LMP2 #27 Oreca Zlobin/Salo/Ladygin 3m42.131s 23. LMP2 #29 Morgan Schell/Leutwiller/Roussel 3m42.438s 24. LMP2 #33 Ligier Cheng/Tung/Fong 3m42.988s 25. LMP2 #50 Morgan Ragues/Taylor/Ihara 3m43.843s 26. LMP2 #41 Zytek Munemman/Latif/Winslow 3m44.293s 27. CDNT #0 Nissan Ordonez/Reip/Motoyama 3m50.185s 28. GTEP #51 Ferrari Bruni/Vilander/Fisichella 3m53.700s 29. GTEA #81 Ferrari Wyatt/Rugolo/Bird 3m54.665s 30. GTEP #73 Chevrolet Magnussen/Garcia/Taylor 3m54.777s 31. GTEP #97 Aston Turner/Mucke/Senna 3m54.891s 32. GTEP #74 Chevrolet Gavin/Milner/Westbrook 3m55.190s 33. GTEP #52 Ferrari Griffin/Parente/Leo 3m55.347s 34. GTEP #92 Porsche Holzer/Makowiecki/Lietz 3m55.516s 35. GTEA #98 Aston Dalla Lana/Lamy/Nygaard 3m55.644s 36. GTEP #91 Porsche Pilet/Bergmeister/Tandy 3m55.745s 37. GTEA #95 Aston Poulsen/Heinemeier-Hansson/Thiim 3m55.944s 38. GTEA #61 Ferrari Perez-Companc/Cioci/Venturi 3m55.977s 39. GTEA #72 Ferrari Bertolini/Shaitar/Basov 3m56.063s 40. GTEA #88 Porsche Ried/Bachler/Al Qubaisi 3m56.974s 41. GTEA #77 Porsche Dempsey/Foster/Long 3m57.004s 42. GTEA #90 Ferrari Montecalvo/Roda/Ruberti 3m57.217s 43. GTEP #99 Aston MacDowall/O'Young/Rees 3m57.258s 44. GTEA #60 Ferrari Mann/Case/Giammaria 3m57.274s 45. GTEA #66 Ferrari Al Faisal/Neiman/Pumpelly 3m57.757s 46. GTEA #53 Ferrari Mowlem/Patterson/Hamilton 3m57.958s 47. GTEP #71 Ferrari Rigon/Calado/Beretta 3m58.086s 48. GTEA #76 Porsche Narac/Armindo/Hallyday 3m58.398s 49. GTEA #79 Porsche MacNeil/Curtis/Bleekemolen 3m59.012s 50. GTEA #75 Porsche Perrodo/Collard/Palttala 3m59.394s 51. GTEA #58 Ferrari Barthez/Pons/Ayari 3m59.837s 52. GTEA #57 Ferrari Krohn/Jonsson/Collins 4m01.006s 53. GTEA #70 Ferrari Nakano/Ehret/Rich 4m01.446s 54. GTEA #67 Porsche Maris/Merlin/Helary 4m03.277s 55. GTEA #62 Ferrari Mallegol/Bachelier/Blank 4m10.354s Watch the 2014 24 Hours of Le Mans live stream on RaceDepartment If you are not among the 300,000 fans that spectate the biggest endurance race of the world live from the track you can stay in your seat behind your PC, Tablet or Mobile phone and enjoy the 24 Hours of Le Mans 2014 from the comfort of your own home. We´ll broadcast the full event via various live streams throughout the day and night with live timing and various community features. 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