In the GP2 category the winner was the Vortex ROK DVS engine (Tony Kart chassis) with PARMA team - Malevaut Sport, which competed with a chassis driven by a DOC Rokker, Lodovico Laurini (ITA). The other good drivers were Picot Nicolas (FRA), Deberne Andrew (FRA), Mange Romain (FRA).
The Rok DVS was perfect and did not experience any problems within 24 hours, allowing the team to take the absolute top positions, performing not less than 1,407 laps of the Le Mans circuit, amounting to a total of 1962 km.
Under the chequered flag the Rok DVS has finished in fifth place overall, first in the GP2 category reserved for homologated engines for one-make championships, for which it is not allowed any training.
In second place we find the "brother" of the DVS engine, the Super Rok (Tony Kart chassis), put on track again from Malevaut Sport team (drivers Mongondry Guillaume, Charly Paquier, Pierre Henri Maillerie and François Le Floch) who finished seventh.
Official rankings: http://www.apex-timing.com/goracing/results_download.php?pdf=results%2Flemans-karting%2F2016%2F24h-karting%2F24h_course.pdf