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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.
Ten prototypes will be on the LMP2 and LMPC grid and there will be 16 LMGTE and GTC cars.
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
Nissan has a busy weekend at Silverstone with the opening round of the WEC and ELMS plus the first race of the Blancpain Endurance Series at Monza.
ORECA is celebrating its 40th anniversary at Silverstone.
Alongside the No.24 ORECA 03 , the Audi R8 LMS ultra will also be on track.
Sebastien Loeb Racing is read after a two day test at Paul Ricard.
UK squad Ram Racing launches at the Three Hours of Silverstone, the season opening race of the European Le Mans Series
Team Endurance Challenge will make its first appearance in competition at Silverstone
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.
On the 3 Hours of the Red Bull Ring, no less than ten ORECA chassis will be in action.
Pierre Thiriet by TDS Racing and Signatech-Alpine have equal points in the title race.
Driving the No.49, Gary Hirsch and Paul-Loup Chatin need only three points to take the LM PC championship.
The #35 Morgan-Nissan 2012 LMP2, which adopts the team’s traditional pink and black livery, will be making its ELMS debut at Donington Park
The American drivers, No. 53 Ram Racing Ferrari 458 Italia in the LM GTE class, race for the fifth and final time this weekend.
Although Sébastien Loeb Racing has already tasted international competition, the team has yet to run outside of French borders.
Albuquerque, Dolan and Tincknell target Imola rostrum finish.
JMW Motorsport are determined to wrap up with a positive result a season that has always seen them among the front-runners but also targeted by bad luck.
Last April, Thiriet by TDS Racing’s success was underlined by the second place finish of Sébastien Loeb Racing, who were making their competition debut.