Nick Leventis1980-01-31 (age 41)
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Strakka Racing GT driver Nick Leventis has been banned from motorsport for four years by the FIA for an anti-doping violation but has confirmed that he has "retired from motorsport".
The first Sprint meeting of the season will have 34 cars on the starting grid, representing seven prestigious manufacturers.
Junior single-seater ace Dean Stoneman and BTCC runner-up Sam Tordoff are among the drivers named in Strakka's Blancpain GT line-up for 2017.
Strakka Racing's Human Performance Manager discusses the importance of driver nutrition is this 24 hour test of man and machine.
Charging drive back from last place results in fourth in class in opening round of World Endurance Championship
Porsche celebrated a 1-2 in qualifying for the first round of the 2015 World Endurance Championship at Silverstone on Saturday.
A detailed conversation with Strakka Racing Team Principal Dan Walmsley.
Team elects to skip rounds one and two of FIA WEC campaign to develop new car.
Three day test planned for new LMP2 chassis.
The new Strakka contender is ready to head to France.
This will also be the first test in racing conditions for the new Porsche 919 Hybrid, with the German manufacturer looking to take the challenge to reigning world champions Audi and WEC race winners Toyota.
Audi, Toyota and Porsche will have two cars each testing.
The official list of invited teams was made public during the traditional ACO press conference in Paris on Thursday.
The Automobile Club de I’Ouest confirmed today that Strakka Racing’s entry to this year's 24 Heures du Mans (14-15 June) has been accepted.
Strakka Racing and DOME will work together to develop, bring to market and race a brand new ‘cost-capped’ LMP2.
Strakka Racing will bid a fond farewell to to their LM P1 team HPD ARX-03c at the Goodwood Festival of Speed. The Le Mans winning privateer team will not contest the remaining 2013 WEC events.
This weekend’s 24 Hours of Le Mans also was the third round of the 2013 World Endurance Championship.
Strakka Racing has won the LMP1 Privateers’ award at the 2013 Le Mans 24 Hours.
The GTE classes : Porsche marks 50th Anniversary of the 911 with victory at Le Mans. Many of the teams and drivers paid tribute to Aston Martin’s Allan Simonsen whose life ended on Saturday morning.
Having qualified 8th, Strakka Racing is one of several teams to receive a grid penalty for qualifying outside the 110% rule.
Strakka has a strong record at Le Mans, winning the LMP2 category in 2010 and finished 5th overall – the highest ever finishing position for an LMP2 car.
8th place overall and 3rd in LMP1 class for Honda Performance Development ARX-03c
Strakka Racing's HPD ARX-03c was retired from race after the car spun on the grass and collided with a Ferrari.
Very close finish in the season opening FIA World Endurance Championship race at historic Silverstone. It was a battle between the two Audi R18 e-tron quattros in the closing minutes.
Strakka Racing’s preparations with its new HPD ARX-03c for tomorrow’s 6 Hours of Silverstone had been encouraging.
In the LMGTE Pro category it was AF Corse’s Ferrari 458 Italias with best lap times
With a Union Flag proudly displayed on the car’s centre fin, Strakka Racing still aims to begin the eight-race WEC season on a high.
A large crowd attended the pre-FIA World Endurance Championship test at the Le Castellet track.
Nick Leventis, Danny Watts and Jonny Kane driving together for a fourth consecutive season.
The official list for the 2013 24 Hours of Le Mans was released yesterday, but there is already a few updates. Please come back to this page often as we will update it on a regular basis.
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.