The team will not contest the World Endurance championship but will focus on Le Mans and its Nissan GT programs.
Over the past weeks, Level 5 Motorsports have shared their preparation for the 24 Hours of Le Mans. Today the team took to the Circuit de la Sarthe for the official test day.
The Silverstone-based team enjoyed a successful season in the inaugural FIA WEC last year, when it returned to LMP1 prototype competition for the first time since 2009 with the HPD ARX-03a.
The club recognizes excellence in mechanical engineering and preparation of racing cars. Graham Leslie accepted the trophy on behalf of JRM Racing chief mechanic Paul Greves.
As Level 5 Motorsports prepares to return to France for the 24 Hours of Le Mans, we are taking an in-depth look at the preparation. This installment in our series breaks down the numbers to give you an idea of just how much equipment is required to...
Strakka has a strong record at Le Mans, winning the LMP2 category in 2010 and finished 5th overall – the highest ever finishing position for an LMP2 car.