The German team takes the lead on the route to Le Mans, which began this weekend in front of 35,000 spectators in the Silverstone 6 Hours, the opening round of the WEC. The European Le Mans Series had a 3-hour race.
The running order is shuffled with the last pit stops but G-Drive Racing by Delta-ADR never falters and takes the win with the ORECA 03 driven by Antonio Pizzonia, Tor Graves and James Walker.
ORECA is celebrating its 40th anniversary at Silverstone.
With alternative fuels and energies quite popular in racing these days (Le Mans has an extra, non-points awarding, entry devoted to exactly this), Motorsport.com thought it would be fun to explore the ultimate alternative energy sourced racer.
The team will have two Nissan powered Ztyek prototypes in the full FIA WEC championship.
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.
World Championship winning trio will race for Audi for the fourth consecutive year. Two other teams with young and established drivers. Three Audi R18 e-tron quattro cars at Le Mans and at Spa.