37 cars and over 100 drivers...
The team, cofounded by Sébastien Loeb and Dominique Heintz, is on the entry list for the next 24 Hours of Le Mans with its ORECA 03 LM P2.
While the UK, Italy, Austria and France welcome back the series for a second successive year, a new country has been added: Portugal.
Harry Tincknell will join the team for an assault on two of sportscar racing’s greatest prizes.
Pegasus Racing will also send in an entry application to the Automobile Club de l’Ouest with a view to taking part in the Le Mans 24 Hours for the second time!
WRO returns to racing, to race in the ELMS and Asian LMS.
The aim of this new prototype is to supply teams and drivers with a low-cost ensemble, which will allow them to make their debut in endurance racing.
Nelson Panciatici and Pierre Ragues were crowned 2013 ELMS Champions despite finishing 4th overall. Gary Hirsch and Paul Loup Chatin earned the LMPC title while Matt Griffin and Johnny Mowlem grabbed the LMGTE championship.
Turvey and Jota make it 4 poles from 5 events; Advantage Ram Racing and Salo secures GTC pole
Ten prototypes will be on the LMP2 and LMPC grid and there will be 16 LMGTE and GTC cars.
Pierre Ragues and Nelson Panciatici took the chequered flag after 82 laps of racing over a lap ahead of the nr18 Murphy Prototypes Oreca Nissan of Jonathan Hirschi and Brendon Hartley.
Brendon Hartley set the overall fastest time for Round 4 of the European Le Mans Series, the 3 Hours of the Hungaroring.
Mathias Beche and Pierre Thiriet were the victors in their ORECAO3 in Spielberg, Austria for the third round of the European Le Mans Series at the Red Bull Ring.
The decision affecting the nr36 Signatech Alpine car means that the nr38 Jota Sport Zytek will start from pole position with the #18 Murphy Prototypes Oreca Nissan alongside on the front row.
The all Swiss Race Performance team finished the opening day of the European Le Mans Series event at the Red Bull Ring with Patric Niederhauser setting the fastest lap time.
Team Young Driver AMR wishes to thank everyone their support and condolences on the loss of Allan Simonsen who died tragically at the 24 Hours of Le Mans.
The 20-minute qualifying session at Imola took place under blue skies.
Matt Griffin secured the LMGTE pole with the Ferrari 458 Italia, the top spot on GTC class belonged with Peter Kox driving the Lamborghini Gallardo LP600 GT3.