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Jean-Eric Vergne says he and his G-Drive Racing LMP2 team are looking to "set the record straight" in the Le Mans 24 Hours this year after the Russian outfit's disqualification in 2018.
G-Drive Racing boss Roman Rusinov says the rebranding of its Oreca LMP2 car is "just the start" of the team's new tie-up with Russian luxury car maker Aurus.
Motorsport.com's countdown of the biggest stories in racing this year continues with the shock news of G-Drive Racing's disqualification from the Le Mans 24 Hours after its dominant LMP2 class victory.
United Autosports secured victory in a red-flagged 4 Hours of Spa ELMS event, as the #26 G-Drive crew clinched the LMP2 drivers' title despite a nightmare race.
G-Drive Racing strengthened its European Le Mans Series title bid with a third straight victory at Silverstone, as chief championship rival Racing Engineering crashed out in the final half hour.
G-Drive Racing scored a second successive European Le Mans Series victory at the Red Bull Ring after a race-long strategic battle with Duqueine Engineeering in wet/dry conditions.
Former FIA World Endurance LMP2 champion Roman Rusinov believes the three-minute penalty awarded for his part in a crash in the Le Mans 24 Hours is “very harsh” on the rest of his G-Drive team.
G-Drive Racing's Roman Rusinov will have to serve a severe penalty at the next FIA World Endurance Championship round at the Nurburgring following his clash with a Porsche GT car at Le Mans.
Former WEC LMP2 champion Roman Rusinov has defended G-Drive Racing's switch of allegiance from Jota Sport to TDS Racing for the 2017 season, saying his squad has to remain "flexible".
French team TDS Racing will field a car under the G-Drive Racing banner in WEC's LMP2 class in 2017, with Roman Rusinov and Pierre Thiriet named as drivers.
G-Drive Racing's Roman Rusinov has said he will not return to the FIA World Endurance Championship next year should the governing body not reverse its decision to strip him of his silver-rated status.
Leading LMP2 drivers Gustavo Menezes and Roman Rusinov have lost their silver-rated status in the revised list of FIA driver categorisations for next season.
Ricardo Gonzalez, who promoted the inaugural 6 Hours of Mexico FIA World Endurance Championship, says he is still coming to terms with winning the LMP2 class with his own Mexican team.
Reigning WEC LMP2 champion Roman Rusinov believes that each team entered in the class for the 2016 season can challenge for race wins.
Reigning FIA WEC LMP2 champion Roman Rusinov is set to defend his class title in 2016 in an ORECA 05, Motorsport.com can reveal.
Both G-Drive Racing had an almost perfect race.