LMP2 teams round up following 24H du Mans
Great effort by G-Drive Racing at the 24 Hours of Le Mans
Although narrowly missing out on a podium finish at the 82nd edition of the 24 Hours of Le Mans, the team and crew of the #35 G-Drive Racing by OAK Racing Ligier JS P2-Nissan running on Dunlop tyres have accomplished an incredible feat here in La Sarthe. Finishing in 5th in class, 9th overall, the driver crew of Alex Brundle, Jann Mardenborough and Mark Shulzhitskiy powered ahead of the LM P2 pack for most of the race, impressing with the speed and endurance of the brand new Ligier JS P2, out on its first challenge.
Go to http://www.oak-racing.com/?lang=en for your information.
KCMG’s race-winning pace comes to nought at Le Mans
• Imperatori flies from P7 to first over opening stint
• Car stranded on-track at 21:30 after driveshaft failure
KC Motorgroup Ltd’s (KCMG) bid for class victory at the 82nd running of the Le Mans 24 Hours came to a premature end on Saturday evening when the Chinese squad’s #47 Oreca 03R Nissan sustained irreparable accident damage after suffering driveshaft failure.
For the full story of KCMG’s assault, go to: http://www.kcmg.com.hk/
There were many other LMP2 entries in the 24 Hours of Le Mans, many representing the European Le Mans Series. To find out more about these teams' progress and results, follow the links below.
JOTA Sport: http://www.jotagroup.com/index.php
Onroak Automotive (OAK Racing, Thiriet by TDS Racing): http://www.oak-racing.com/manufacturer?lang=en
Sébastien Loeb Racing: http://www.sebastienloebracing.com/
OAK Racing – Team Asia: http://www.oak-racing.com/?lang=en
Larbre Compétition: http://www.larbre-competition.com/?Itemid=
Greaves Motorsport: http://greavesmotorsport.com