News in depth
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.
Paul-Loup Chatin scored IDEC Sport’s second pole position of the 2018 European Le Mans Series season by just 0.019 seconds during qualifying for the Red Bull Ring round on Saturday.
TDS Racing’s Matthieu Vaxiviere clinched pole position in a disrupted qualifying session for European Le Mans Series’ Monza round.
Long-time GP2 and Formula 2 outfit Racing Engineering won on its return to sportscar racing in the opening round of the European Le Mans Series at Paul Ricard.
IDEC Sport claimed pole position for the opening round of the 2018 European Le Mans Series season at Paul Ricard as Oreca locked out the top six spots on the grid.
G-Drive Racing has agreed to add a silver-rated driver to its European Le Mans Series LMP2 roster "in the interests of everyone" involved in the championship.
Former Le Mans 24 Hours LMP2 winner Oliver Turvey could make a return to the class with United Autosports in this year's European Le Mans Series.
An all-professional LMP2 driver line-up entered for the European Le Mans Series by the Russian G-Drive squad threatens to destabilise the category, according to rival team bosses.
World Series Formula V8 3.5 team AVF will make its first foray into endurance racing with a European Le Mans Series campaign in 2018, following the demise of the single-seater series.
United Autosports have confirmed that Will Owen will return to the team for the 2018 European Le Mans Series and, pending an entry confirmation, the 2018 Le Mans 24 Hours.
Albuquerque to race alongside Phil Hanson in Ligier JS P217
Graff Racing scored its first win of the 2017 European Le Mans Season at Spa-Francorchamps, despite a late race penalty for the #40 crew of James Allen, Richard Bradley and Gustavo Yacaman.