Kiwis have had a steady start to their Le Mans 24 Hour preparations after the opening test day at Circuit de la Sarthe.
Brendon Hartley topped a hotly contested morning session in the No.8 Toyota Hypercar.
However, his time was bettered by newcomers Glickenhaus and French driver Olivier Pla.
Pla’s best lap was two-tenths quicker than the two Toyotas could manage. However, the Japanese manufacturer reportedly has more speed to unleash come qualifying.
Hartley was third on the timesheets at the end of the day.
The grandfathered Alpine LMP1 car was fourth fastest at the chequered flag, eight-tenths ahead of the second Glickenhaus Hypercar.
Earl Bamber chases a third Le Mans win this weekend, and the Kiwi’s testing times suggests he could be an early favourite in the GTE Pro class.
Bamber set the fastest lap in the afternoon session and ended the day as the third quickest in class.
This weekend he is racing the No. 79 WeatherTech Racing Porsche 911 RSR-19 with Laurens Vanthoor and Cooper MacNeil.
Jaxon Evans will make his long-awaited Le Mans debut this weekend with Dempsey-Proton Racing in the GTE-Am category.
The Porsche Supercup regular had a solid opening test day, and the team finished up in the backend of their class.
However, their best lap was only 1.4s behind the fastest GTE-Am entry.
Nick Cassidy is the fourth Kiwi confirmed to race in the hallowed French endurance classic.
He was absent from the test day as it clashed with his Formula E commitments over the past weekend.