The British manufacturer has given the world a look at their new LMP3 race car.
Ginetta has revealed their 2015 LMP3 entry for the European and Asian Le Mans series. They join Onroak, Riley, SORA, Wolf, and Tatuus as manufacturers planning to build cars for the new class.
(We have) a broader plan of competing in a Ginetta at the Le Mans 24hrs.
Juno founder Ewan Baldry is confident about what the future holds for the Ginetta-Juno, stating “Lawrence has clearly demonstrated his commitment to success having already taken Ginetta from a small manufacturer to a worldwide renowned motorsport player, and it is fantastic to be part of his vision for the future."
"Juno has worked successfully in sports prototype motorsport and it is great to be moving up the ladder. We are very confident the Ginetta-Juno LMP3 car will be a force to be reckoned with and clearly it provides another option for the drivers progressing through Ginetta’s, already established, route to the top.”
Ginetta Chairman and former Le Mans class winner Lawrence Tomlinson has big plans for the car, saying “Le Mans holds a special place in my heart and it is with great pleasure I can achieve my goal of taking Ginetta-Juno into ELMS and ALMS, with a broader plan of competing in a Ginetta at the Le Mans 24hrs. There is definitely a market for an affordable top-tier sports car and I have no doubt our innovative new partnership will be a winning combination.”
Ginetta went on to say that the car performed well in its first CFD runs, showing what they're calling 'very favourable results.'