Alex Job Racing/BAM! with Mike Rockenfeller, Leo Hindery and Marc Lieb won the GT2 class after a race long battle with the White Lightning Racing team of Jorg Bergmeister, Patrick Long and Timo Bernhard.
This Year It is Okay To Get a Lot When You Give a Little
By: Tom Moore, Petersen Motorsports/White Lightning Racing
It is the time of year that our thoughts all turn towards others,
or they should. But, if we're honest, how many of us don't ...
2005 Is Go For Binnie Motorsports
Binnie Motorsports is pleased to announce the acquisition of a new Lola
LMP-2 B05/40. The car will be powered by a Nicholson-McLaren normally
The 2005 Driver Line-up for BinnieMotorsports will...
In a press conference at the occasion of the ninth round of the DTM at the
EuroSpeedway Lausitz, Laurent Aiello announced that he will retire from
motor sport at the end of the 2005 season.
Photo by xpb.cc.
"I have ...
Hong Kong revs up for Le Mans
A Hong Kong team is poised to make history by flying the bauhinia flag at
the world's greatest sports car race -- the Le Mans 24 Hours.
It will be the first time ever that a car owned and sponsored by ...
RML Lola MG won the LMP2 class at Le Mans 24 Hours that saw an extremely high level of attrition. Twelve cars started in the class but only four cars finished and the technical problems that those cars encountered put them way down the overall...
The official ACO (Automobile Club de l'Ouest) press conference took place as
usual on the Friday of Le Mans week in the Restaurant du Welcome in the
North West area of the circuit. The ACO took this opportunity to look
forward to next year's ...
Audi competes with diesel sports car at Le Mans
Audi R10 world premiere in Paris V12 TDI engine produces over 650 hp
First test successfully completed AUDI AG is once again one step ahead
of the opposition: The inventor of 'TDI' will become the...
Elton Julian Goes Dutch for Le Mans Racing Return
30-year-old American Elton Julian will make his return to international motorsport at this year's Le Mans 24
Hours endurance race driving an LMP900-class Dome S101-Judd entered by Jan Lammers' ...
ALMS TEAMS AGAIN AT THE HEAD OF LE MANS CLASS
Braselton, Ga. - Three class victories. Ten podium finishes. And one
whale of a result for the American Le Mans Series. The outcome of the 24
Hours of Le Mans could not have produced a much better ...
RML will enter this year's LMES and Le Mans 24 Hours in the P2
category in a brand new MG Lola supported again by the AD Group.
The EX264 is an evolution of the EX257 combining design elements from the
new Lola B05/40 and the factory EX257 car...
HONEYWELL BEGINS SPONSORSHIP OF AER AT LE MANS RACE
Le Mans, France, June 4, 2005 -- Honeywell today announced its
sponsorship of AER Limited in its race engine programs, starting with 24
Hours of Le Mans on June 18, 2005 and continuing through...
We qualified! And then got really busy
By: Marino Franchitti
Once again, welcome to Le Mans. It's been very busy the last day or so, so I
have put two days into one. Included with Friday's diary is a picture
that Yvette Auberlen took at the...
Frank Biela, one of the top pilots in modern Le Mans racing, has not only
three Le Mans 24H wins under his belt -- 2000, 2001 and 2002 -- but also an
American Le Mans Series championship from 2003. Biela returns to La Sarthe
this year for the 24H...
The annual ACO (Automobile Club de l'Ouest) Le Mans press conference saw
the presentation of two Spirit of Le Mans awards, an award created in
2001 to reward those people who have done a lot to spread the fame of Le
Mans throughout the...
With just three hours of the gruelling Le Mans 24-hour endurance race
remaining this afternoon, the two Aston Martin DBR9s continued to claw
their way back after a series of misfortunes.
Car number 59 driven by David Brabham was less than a...
2005 LE MANS 24 HOURS
Presentation Looking for an eight consecutive win Winner
of the inaugural Le Mans 24 Hours in 1923 and unbeaten in the French race
since 1998, Michelin is this year looking to pull off an eighth
G-Force Racing: Le Mans - the race
"It's impossible to sum up everything that happened this week in just one
press release," opens Frank Hahn. "Everything started on Wednesday evening
during the first qualifying sessions....