Tim Greaves and Greaves Motorsport prepare for entry into the Asian Le Mans Series. The team contests many worldwide events with victories and podium finishes.
Talk about crossover advertising.
New P1 team to test GT Academy alumni as it completes its ladder system.
Nissan has revealed plans to launch a two-car assault on Le Mans in 2015.
A lawsuit has been filed by Delta Wing against Nissan and former designer Ben Bowlby for the new Nissan ZEOD project and its design.
Phoenix driver now offically the youngest ever at the 24
The team has remained faithful to French constructor Onroak Automotive.
Nancy Knapp Schilke, Le Mans correspodent
Dr. Don Panoz makes a switch on the DeltaWing project. He is taking the chassis in-house powered by Mazda. The new generation DeltaWing will be on the grid at Sebring.
Today’s test was an important step in the development of the car that aims to complete an entire lap of Le Mans on pure electric power.
Stephen Errity, Le Mans Correspondent
Testing and development of the world’s fastest electric racing car underway
Eight-hour practice session will help handicap the race between Audi, Toyota and newcomer Porsche
Nancy Knapp Schilke, Le Mans correspondent
Nissan-powered entry sets a lap of 3:37.609
Over a day and a half the 56 cars and the 168 drivers must present themselves one after another to the marshals to find out if the cars comply and if the driver are fit for service!
Ed Fahey, Le Mans Correspondent
Top three LM P2 cars on the Le Mans grid are powered by Nissan
"Le Mans remains an important objective for us and we are starting the work today to be there in 2014 in accordance with our ambitions," explains Dominique Heintz, team manager.