Signatech-Alpine claims a second consecutive title in the European Le Mans Series (ELMS).
Dyson Racing development driver gets seat time in a production-based car.
Nissan will supply the engines for the future LM P3 prototypes and Xtrac will provide the gearboxes.
With a fourth-place finish at the last 24 Hours of Le Mans and a second place at the 4 Hours of Imola, the Sébastien Loeb Racing is about to return to the European Le Mans Series.
Ferrari teams take LMGTE and GTC.
In LMP2 the battle is on between Thiriet by TDS Racing, which currently leads, ahead of JOTA Sport and Signatech Alpine.
Dolan, Tincknell & Albuquerque bid for second consecutive ELMS win
Dyson Racing currently stands second in the ELMS point standings.
The LMGTE and GTC qualifying session started at 09h45, with the prototypes following on track at 10h15. It was an exciting session and has offered an interesting starting grid.
All 37 entrants took part in both ELMS practice sessions at Imola Saturday.
The first round of the ELMS season will take place at Silverstone this weekend, and it's sure to be riveting.
Former F1 driver begins campaign at Silverstone in European Le Mans Series next weekend.
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!