Le Mans 24 Hours Gt Winner Bruno Lambert Joins Mbd Sportscars Toronto, Canada, March 9, 2002 - Seattle based driver Bruno Lambert will team up with Didier de RadiguÃ¨s in the MBD Sportscars entered Panoz-Mugen LMP900 for 2002 ALMS...
Le Mans 24 Hours Gt Winner Bruno Lambert Joins Mbd Sportscars
Toronto, Canada, March 9, 2002 - Seattle based driver Bruno Lambert will team up with Didier de Radiguès in the MBD Sportscars entered Panoz-Mugen LMP900 for 2002 ALMS season. Lambert has quickly moved up the ranks from two successful seasons in GT including a win at the 24 hours of Le Mans through multiple wins and podium finishes in GTS and LMP 675 last year."I couldn't ask for better circumstances to begin my LMP900 career. The combination of the Panoz chassis, the proven track record of Mugen in developing powerful and reliable engines and the engineering know-how of Multimatic should help us make this car a top contender."
This is the second time that native Belgians Lambert and de Radiguès will team up. "Bruno drove with me for the last three races of the 2001 season. He did a fantastic job and with two wins and a third place, helped me clinched the championship," said the 2001 LMP675 champion.
Lambert will be supported again this season by personal sponsor Cranium makers of the award winning and fastest selling independent board game in history, the Cranium party game. Richard Tait the company Grand Poo Bah was ecstatic." As with Cranium in the games world, Bruno has been on the fast track to success in racing. This new team is a perfect fit for Cranium, fast, fun and competitive!
The team will field two cars for the full ALMS season and the 24 hours of Le Mans. The lineup for the other car consisting of Milka Duno from Caracas Venezuela, Scott Maxwell and John Graham both from Toronto, Ontario. For the long distance races, American Rick Sutherland join the pair of Belgian.