6Hrs COTA - LMP2 post race news round up
KC Motorgroup Ltd (KCMG) has placed Asia on the top step of the podium at the Circuit of The Americas after clinching their first LMP2 victory in the FIA World Endurance Championship (WEC). The Hong Kong-based squad’s maiden outing in Austin witnessed Richard Bradley, Matt Howson and Tsugio Matsuda deliver outstanding stints in the Dunlop-shod #47 Oreca 03R – Nissan. In tricky circuit conditions, the team fought a gripping battle for the LMP2 win throughout the dramatic six-hour round on Saturday evening.
for more information, go to KCMG's website
G-Drive Racing finishes fourth in-class in the FIA WEC Austin 6 Hours
The No. 26 G-Drive Racing machine, constructed by Onroak Automotive, finished fourth in-class in today’s FIA WEC 6 Hours, after starting on the LM P2 pole position. The team took to the 3.427-mile circuit at Circuit of the Americas with the new Ligier JS P2, powered by Nissan and shod with Dunlop tires, which was driven by Olivier Pla, Roman Rusinov and Julien Canal.
More information about G-Drive Racing's race can be found HERE
Extreme Speed Motorsports
Extreme Speed Motorsports (ESM) battled the world, the elements and the competition tonight during its debut race in the FIA World Endurance Championship (FIA WEC) – the 6 Hours of Circuit of The Americas. In the end, ESM earned its first podium finish in FIA WEC competition. The Tequila Patrón-sponsored team finished third in the LMP2 class and 10th overall.
The full report on ESM's debut in the FIA WEC can be found HERE