Nelson Panciatici1988-09-26 (age 31)
The Signatech-Alpine team favoured a strategy focused entirely on the race.
After three hours of race, Murphy Prototypes takes its first victory in ELMS, with the ORECA 03 driven by Jonathan Hirschi and Brendon Hartley.
Nelson Panciatici and Pierre Ragues were crowned 2013 ELMS Champions despite finishing 4th overall. Gary Hirsch and Paul Loup Chatin earned the LMPC title while Matt Griffin and Johnny Mowlem grabbed the LMGTE championship.
Turvey and Jota make it 4 poles from 5 events; Advantage Ram Racing and Salo secures GTC pole
Pierre Thiriet by TDS Racing and Signatech-Alpine have equal points in the title race.
As the last race of the season gets ready to roar on the Castellet circuit, Nelson Panciatici feels ready to do battle in a final dreams are made of!
Ten prototypes will be on the LMP2 and LMPC grid and there will be 16 LMGTE and GTC cars.
Alpine re-opened the great book of motorsport history with a spectacular win at the 3 Hours of Hungaroring.
The Irish team finished on its first podium of the season.
Pierre Ragues and Nelson Panciatici took the chequered flag after 82 laps of racing over a lap ahead of the nr18 Murphy Prototypes Oreca Nissan of Jonathan Hirschi and Brendon Hartley.
The next meeting for the Signatech-Nissan team and its drivers is set for September 13 and 14 on the Hungaroring circuit in Hungary
Mathias Beche and Pierre Thiriet were the victors in their ORECAO3 in Spielberg, Austria for the third round of the European Le Mans Series at the Red Bull Ring.
The decision affecting the nr36 Signatech Alpine car means that the nr38 Jota Sport Zytek will start from pole position with the #18 Murphy Prototypes Oreca Nissan alongside on the front row.
The all Swiss Race Performance team finished the opening day of the European Le Mans Series event at the Red Bull Ring with Patric Niederhauser setting the fastest lap time.
Nelson Panciatici: “The battle in LMP2 is going to be intense.”
Nelson Panciatici feels ready to take on Le Mans 24 Hours