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.
Millroy travelled to the French circuit with the aim of scoring strongly to boost both his own and the Ecurie Ecosse powered by Black Bull team’s championship outcomes.
The Signatech-Alpine team favoured a strategy focused entirely on the race.
Millroy brought the car home in P4, clinching third place in the drivers’ championship for himself and Smith, as well as third place for the Scottish outfit in the teams’ championship.
In their AF Corse Ferrari 458 Italia #62, Stefano Gai, Andrea Rizzoli and Lorenzo Casé finished second in the points in the GTC group
Anthony Pons and Soheil Ayari victorious driving the No.48 ORECA-FLM 09 on the 3 Hours of Paul Ricard.
Simon Dolan: “That was one of the most challenging races I’ve ever driven, so to come away with a podium is a great feeling."
After three hours of race, Murphy Prototypes takes its first victory in ELMS, with the ORECA 03 driven by Jonathan Hirschi and Brendon Hartley.
The result not only sees RAM Racing take the championship laurels in its first year of competition, but also receive the coveted invitation to participate in the 2014 24 Hours of Le Mans.
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.
The American drivers, No. 53 Ram Racing Ferrari 458 Italia in the LM GTE class, race for the fifth and final time this weekend.
Driving the No.49, Gary Hirsch and Paul-Loup Chatin need only three points to take the LM PC championship.
Pierre Thiriet by TDS Racing and Signatech-Alpine have equal points in the title race.
As the last race of the season gets ready to roar on the Castellet circuit, Nelson Panciatici feels ready to do battle in a final dreams are made of!
Next up for Bayshore Racing is fifth and final round of the European Le Mans Series
Alpine re-opened the great book of motorsport history with a spectacular win at the 3 Hours of Hungaroring.
Jota Sport was able to complete its comeback by finishing third, just a lap behind the winners.
Anthony Pons and Soheil Ayari finished in second place.
Jonathan Hirschi: “The team was faultless all weekend and we’re all happy and confident going into the final race.”
The Irish team finished on its first podium of the season.
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.
Ram Racing Ferrari 458 Italias will start from 5th and 6th on the LMGTE grid
Gunnar Jeannette and Frankie Montecalvo ended their first day at the Hungaroring on a high note.
With two races left in the ELMS season, the American drivers sit second in the LM GTE drivers’ standings, just 25 points out of first place.