G-Drive Racing doubles its chances at Le Mans

G-Drive, Oak and Onroak join forces

This year G-Drive Racing has chosen the technical and sporting backup supplied by OAK Racing by entering a Morgan-Nissan LM P2 for the FIA World Endurance Championship.

The no. 26 G-Drive Racing prototype driven by Julien Canal, Olivier Pla and Roman Rusinov has won in the first two rounds of the season and it will be in the Sarthe on Sunday 1st June for the Le Mans 24-Hours test day.

The team’s presence will be beefed up by the entry of a second car wearing the famous black and orange colours. G-Drive Racing will be present at Le Mans with two LM P2 prototypes, and has renewed its confidence in the constructor Onroak Automotive and the OAK Racing team by entering the new Ligier JS P2 also powered by a Nissan engine and shod with Dunlop tyres.

Thus OAK Racing has entered under the “G-Drive Racing by OAK Racing” banner the no. 35 Ligier JS P2-Nissan, which will be driven in the Sarthe by Alex Brundle and the two young winners of the Nissan GT Academy Jann Mardenborough and Mark Shulzhitskiy.

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Series Le Mans
Drivers Olivier Pla , Roman Rusinov , Julien Canal , Alex Brundle , Jann Mardenborough , Mark Shulzhitskiy
Teams Nissan Motorsport , G-Drive Racing , OAK Racing
Article type Preview
Tags 24 hours of le mans, dunlop, g-drive, nissan, oak racing, olivier pla, onroak, sarthe