P2 | LIGIER JSP2

  • The Ligier JS P2 is a racing car designed and built by French manufacturer Onroak Automotive and named in partnership with French former racing driver Guy Ligier.Designed for the Le Mans Prototype 2 (LMP2) regulations...
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P2 | LIGIER JSP2

  • The Ligier JS P2 is a racing car designed and built by French manufacturer Onroak Automotive and named in partnership with French former racing driver Guy Ligier.Designed for the Le Mans Prototype 2 (LMP2) regulations, it is intended as a second option to Onroak's Morgan LMP2 that has been competing since 2012. As well as being the first closed-cockpit car offered by Onroak, it is also the first car they designed entirely in-house. The JS P2 debuted at the 2014 24 Hours of Le Mans, and has been campaigned in the FIA World Endurance Championship, European Le Mans Series, Asian Le Mans Series and United SportsCar Championship.
  • Onroak initially planned to develop a car for the Le Mans Prototype 1 category but cancelled these plans to concentrate on the LMP2 category. The design was seen by Onroak as marketable in North America where closed-cockpit designs, which were required for all LMP1 cars, were also prominent choices for LMP2s and Daytona Prototypes in the new United SportsCar Championship. The LMP1 design was therefore evolved into an LMP2 design with measures taken to assure the car met the Automobile Club de l'Ouest's (ACO) cost limitations in LMP2. The car was designed to be able to utilize available LMP2 engines: Nissan and Judd's naturally aspirated V8 engines and Honda's turbocharged V6 engine. A high downforce sprint design and a low downforce Le Mans setup are offered for the car.
  • Naming of the JS P2 came about through an alliance between Onroak and Guy Ligier's partnership of Equipe Ligier and Automobiles Martini. The JS P2 follows Ligier's naming scheme of his cars being named after French racing driver Jo Schlesser (JS). The partnership included Onroak taking over development of Ligier-Martini's Group CN car.
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P2 | LIGIER JSP2

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P2 | LIGIER JSP2

14ELMS Thiriet by TDS Racing #46
14LM OAK Racing #33
14LM OAK Racing #35
14LM Thiriet by TDS Racing #46
14WEC G-Drive Racing #26
14USCC OAK Racing #42
15ELMS Algarve Pro Racing #25
15ELMS Krohn Racing #40
15LM G-Drive Racing #26
15LM G-Drive Racing #28
15LM Extreme Speed Motorsports #30
15LM Extreme Speed Motorsports #31
15LM OAK Racing #34
15LM OAK Racing #35
15LM Krohn Racing #40
15WEC G-Drive Racing #26
15WEC G-Drive Racing #28
15WEC Extreme Speed Motorsports #30
15WEC Extreme Speed Motorsports #31
15WEC OAK Racing #35
15USCC Krohn Racing #57
15USCC Michael Shank Racing #60
16ELMS SO24 by Lombard Racing #22
16ELMS Panis-Barthez Competition #23
16ELMS Pro Algarve Racing #25
16ELMS IDEC Sport Racing #28
16ELMS Krohn Racing #40
16ELMS Greaves Motorsport #41
16ELMS W-Racing Team #47
16LM SO24! By Lombard #22
16LM Panis-Barthez Competition #23
16LM Pro Algarve Racing #25
16LM Extreme Speed Motorsports #30
16LM Extreme Speed Motorsports #31
16LM Krohn Racing #40
16LM Greaves Motorsport #41
16LM RGR SPort by Morand #43
16LM Michael Shank Racing #49
16WEC Extreme Speed Motorsports #30
16WEC Extreme Speed Motorsports #31
16WEC RGR SPort by Morand #43
16USCC Tequila Patron ESM #02
16USCC Michael Shank Racing #60

P2 | ORECA 03

  • The Oreca 03 is a Le Mans Prototype built by Oreca in 2011. It is built within the revised 2011 ACO regulations for the 24 Hours of Le Mans. The car made its début at the 12 Hours of Sebring run by Signatech Nissan...
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P2 | ORECA 03

  • The Oreca 03 is a Le Mans Prototype built by Oreca in 2011. It is built within the revised 2011 ACO regulations for the 24 Hours of Le Mans. The car made its début at the 12 Hours of Sebring run by Signatech Nissan and is set to race at the 2011 24 Hours of Le Mans. It is the third car that Oreca has produced after the 01 and FLM09.
  • To meet the new regulations bought in by the ACO for esrf2rance racing, the 03 has been cost-capped along with all 2011 LMP2 cars with a price of €345,000. The engines used in LMP2 cars for 2011 are production-based and there is a wide variety of engines to choose from that can be put into an 03. The five teams racing it in 2011 have chosen two of these engine. Most of the teams, including Oreca themselves, have chosen the Nissan-powered 4.5 L V8 powerplant which is similar to the engine used by Nismo in Super GT. The Swiss team of Race Performance have opted for a Judd BMW-powered 3.6 L V8 engine based on the BMW M3. Both engines produce a limited 460 bhp (343.0 kW). The 03 is build around a light carbon fibre monocoque chassis with an open top bodywork. Suspension is by double wishbones and push-rods on all four corners. Stopping power is provided by carbon-ceramic disc brakes.
  • The Oreca 03 uses the same body and aero package developed by Oreca's chief-engineer David Floury for the LMP1 car campaigned during the 2009 and 2010 season by the works team. The blade-shaped roll-over structure is still a direct descendent of the original LC70 design.
  • In two seasons, the ORECA 03 LMP2 has already had numerous successes in esrf2rance racing. The teams running the car have shown both its speed and reliability. Tailored for the 24 Hours of Le Mans, the ORECA 03 has also shown on all types of tracks, proof of its adaptability.
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P2 | ORECA 03

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P2 | ORECA 03

11LMS Race Performance #40
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11LM Signatech Nissan #26
11LM Race Performance #40
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12ELMS Race Performance #11
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13ELMS Signatech Alpine #36
13ELMS SMP Racing #37
13LM ADR Delta Racing #25
13LM G-Drive Racing #26
13LM Race Performance #34
13LM Signatech Alpine #36
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13WEC Pecom Racing #49
14ELMS Sebastien Loeb Racing #24
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14LM Race Performance #34
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14LM SMP Racing #37
14LM KCMG #47
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14WEC SMP Racing #27
14WEC SMP Racing #37
14WEC KCMG #47
14USCC Muscle Milk Racing #6
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15ELMS AF Corse #34
15ELMS Ibanez Racing #44
15ELMS Ibanez Racing #45
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15LM Signatech Alpine #36
15LM Ibanez Racing #45
15LM Murphy Prototypes #48
15WEC Signatech Alpine #36
16ELMS Race Performance #34
16ELMS Murphy Prototypes #48
16LM Race Performance #34
16LM Murphy Prototypes #48

P2 | ORECA 05

  • New Le Mans Prototype designed by ORECA Technology for the LM P2 class, the ORECA 05 is now ready to take to the track. Entered by KCMG and Thiriet by TDS Racing in both the FIA World Endurance Championship and the European Le Mans Series...
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P2 | ORECA 05

  • New Le Mans Prototype designed by ORECA Technology for the LM P2 class, the ORECA 05 is now ready to take to the track. Entered by KCMG and Thiriet by TDS Racing in both the FIA World Endurance Championship and the European Le Mans Series, the ORECA 05 will take its first steps in a couple of days. Designed around a closed cockpit, the car integrates some new concepts, safety wise as well. But most importantly, it does not merely settle for the required limits. Its philosophy is not only to go faster than its rivals but also further: its DNA is all about future.
  • ORECA now enters a new era with the ORECA 05. Alongside the ORECA 03, open-cockpit prototype which has been greatly successful since its launching in 2011, this closed-top prototype will make its debut in competition in April, in Silverstone. As an outcome of the in-depth work lead by ORECA Technology's design bureau, this car sets itself apart from the many contestants it will face as part of this particularly competitive class.
  • From the ORECA 05 emerges a vision of the future, on all levels, including safety. Thus, some zylon anti-intrusion panels have been integrated to the chassis. In case of an accident, they prevent any mechanical components from coming into the chassis. Though this technology is currently not a mandatory one in LM P2, it stands as a real asset safety wise. Similarly, the car also comprises a rear crash box that has been homologated via a rear crash test. That feature is not imposed by the regulations neither but the design office decided not to simply make do with the current requirements.
  • Furthermore, the ORECA 05 also differs in its size. Engineers have opted for a 1900mm-wide car, whereas most of the other LM P2 are 2000mm wide. A choice that meets the needs of the future 2017 rules and regulations. Although body parts will probably have to evolve by that time, the car as it is today will be easily updatable to the next regulations. That global decision was a way to take teams' budgetary issues into account: that investment will not be limited to a two-year period (2015-2016) but potentially spread over six years. That also means that teams will be able to benefit from a higher resale value.
  • Some other elements, such as weight and centre of gravity, have required specific research. Weight reduction was one of the main objectives on the agenda: engineers have done their best in order to significantly set the car apart from its rivals on that level. Consequently, mass distribution has been seriously optimised.
  • Mechanically speaking, the ORECA 05 also embraces innovations and comprises numerous updates. Different elements which were regarded as weak points on the ORECA 03 have been modified, namely the power steering system, now electric, and the starter. As for the gearbox, it features a more compact, latest-generation gearbox casing. In order to minimise risk taking due to the fact that the car is new, some already well-tried and tested, reliable solutions have been decided on. The suspension parts for instance are new but both concepts and technology have been verified and certified with a panel of cars manufactured by ORECA Technology.
  • Finally, some important work has been done on the ORECA 05 aerodynamics. Performance was a priority, as always, and the design bureau went one step further in its research, refining the slightest details. Besides, the car's pitch-sensitivity was one of the focus points, allowing customers to easily make the most of a whole range of settings. Once again, that demonstrates how engineers have paid much attention to the teams' feedback.
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P2 | ORECA 05

15ELMS Thiriet by TDS Racing #46
15LM Thiriet by TDS Racing #46
15LM KCMG #47
15WEC KCMG #47
16ELMS DragonSpeed #21
16ELMS Eurasia Motorsport #33
16ELMS Thiriet by TDS Racing #46
16LM G-Drive Racing #26
16LM Eurasia Motorsport #33
16LM Baxi DC Racing Alpine #35
16LM Signatech Alpine #36
16LM Manor #44
16LM Thiriet by TDS Racing #46
16LM KCMG #47
16WEC G-Drive Racing #26
16WEC Baxi DC Racing Alpine #35
16WEC Signatech Alpine #36
16WEC Manor #44
16WEC Manor #45
16USCC DragonSpeed #81

P2 | ZYTEK GIBSON

  • The 07S was designed with a completely new, twin roll hoop chassis but using the proven 06S aero package. Some aerodynamic updates were made. The twin roll hoops meant that a new engine cover had to be designed...
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P2 | ZYTEK GIBSON

  • The 07S was designed with a completely new, twin roll hoop chassis but using the proven 06S aero package. Some aerodynamic updates were made. The twin roll hoops meant that a new engine cover had to be designed and the opportunity was taken to change the shape and reduce the drag. The new chassis was designed and built to LMP1 crash regulations. This means that it is particularly strong in LMP2 guise. All the FIA crash tests had to be carried out anew, the first time that Zytek as a group had done this for a chassis.
  • Mechanically the rear end is the same as the 06S, although the front suspension had to be modified because of the new chassis. The fuel system was completely revised. Effectively, over a two-year period, Zytek had built a car completely different from the 04S.
  • The GZ09S aero package includes a rear wing to meet with the latest regulations. The width is less, as is the box size. The end plate fitting has also changed. The plate is flat as before but is now simply fitted to the tail section with an angle bracket, as mandated by the new regulations. The tail section has been changed to generate more down force. It now features inner dive planes, which it did not have in 2008. The side bleed in front of the radiator behind the front wheel has been changed with a larger bleed area. There is a panel that closes off the hole, which is also there to legalise the side opening.
  • The front suspension geometry has been changed for the GZ09S. This has been done to help reduce understeer in the car and also to protect tyre life, a factor that is has becoming increasingly important with the new pit stop regulations.
  • In addition to the front suspension geometry, the GZ09S has a new AP Racing brake caliper package, a step forward for stiffness and cooling. The brake duct system has also been changed to take full advantage of this.
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P2 | ZYTEK GIBSON

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P2 | ZYTEK GIBSON

07ALMS Zytek Motorsport #05
07LMS Barazi Epsilon #32
07LMS Team LNT #36
07LM Barazi Epsilon #32
07LM Barazi Epsilon #33
08ALMS Barazi Epsilon #32
08LMS Barazi Epsilon #32
08LMS Trading Performance #41
08LM Barazi Epsilon #32
08LM Trading Performance #41
09LMS Barazi Epsilon #32
09LMS Quifel ASM Team #40
09LMS GAC Racing Team #41
09LM Barazi Epsilon #32
09LM Quifel ASM Team #40
09LM GAC Racing Team #41
10LMS Quifel ASM Team #40
10LMS Team Bruichladdich #41
10LM Quifel ASM Team #40
10LM Team Bruichladdich #41
11LMS Greaves Motorsport #41
11LM Greaves Motorsport #41
12ELMS Greaves Motorsport #1
12ELMS Jota Sport #38
12LM Jota Sport #38
12LM Greaves Motorsport #41
12LM Greaves Motorsport #42
12WEC Greaves Motorsport #41
13ALMS Greaves Motorsport #41
13ELMS Greaves Motorsport #3
13ELMS Jota Sport #38
13LM Jota Sport #38
13LM Greaves Motorsport #41
13LM Greaves Motorsport #42
13WEC Jim Gainer International #27
13WEC Greaves Motorsport #41
14ELMS Greaves Motorsport #28
14ELMS Jota Sport #38
14ELMS Greaves Motorsport #41
14LM Jota Sport #38
14LM Greaves Motorsport #41
14LM Greaves Motorsport #42
14WEC Jota Sport #38
15ELMS Jota Sport #38
15ELMS Greaves Motorsport #41
15LM Jota Sport #38
15LM Greaves Motorsport #41
15WEC Jota Sport #38
15WEC Strakka Racing #42
16ELMS G-Drive Racing #38
16LM G-Drive Racing #38
16LM Strakka Racing #42
16WEC Greaves Motorsport #41
16WEC Strakka Racing #42

P3 | LIGIER JSP3

  • Onroak Automotive completes its sports prototype range with the Ligier JS P3, a car aimed at the new LM P3 category. The French constructor was already present with success in the LM P2 category with the Ligier JS P2 and the Morgan LM P2...
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P3 | LIGIER JSP3

  • Onroak Automotive completes its sports prototype range with the Ligier JS P3, a car aimed at the new LM P3 category. The French constructor was already present with success in the LM P2 category with the Ligier JS P2 and the Morgan LM P2, and in the CN category with the Ligier JS 53 EVO. Onroak Automotive waited for the final set of regulations to be announced before signing off the design of the Ligier JS P3, the aim being to present the most complete car complying with the LM P3 regulations. The constructor wants to take the time required to fine-tune this new LM P3 sports prototype before its homologation, which will then be frozen for three years.
  • The Ligier JS P3 will take full advantage of its close links with the Ligier JS P2, in particular in terms of its design and its aerodynamics directly inspired by the latter, a choice dictated by efficiency.
  • In addition, the Onroak Automotive design office knows all there is to know about adapting all kinds of engines to its chassis, in particular the Nissan V8s.The Ligier JS P3 will be presented at Le Mans in June 2015 during the Le Mans 24-Hours week. A limited production run will be made this year and the first cars will be available for teams in September.
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P3 | LIGIER JSP3

15ELMS Graff Racing #09
16ELMS United Autosports #02
16ELMS United Autosports #03
16ELMS OAK Racing #04
16ELMS SpeedFactory #05
16ELMS 360 Racing #06
16ELMS Scuderia Villorba Corse #07
16ELMS Race Performance #08
16ELMS Graff Racing #09
16ELMS Graff Racing #10
16ELMS EuroInternational #11
16ELMS EuroInternational #12
16ELMS Inter Europol Competition #13
16ELMS Murphy Prototypes #14
16ELMS RLR Msport #15
16ELMS Panis Barthez Competition #16
16ELMS Team Ultimate #17
16ELMS Yvan Muller Racing #18
16ELMS Duqueine Engineering #19
16ELMS Duqueine Engineering #20
16ELMS OAK Racing #24
16ELMS Tockwith Motorsports #26

GTE | ASTON MARTIN V8 VANTAGE

  • The Aston Martin Vantage GT2 is the most powerful racing variant of the Aston Martin V8 Vantage family. The Vantage GT2 is based on the V8 engined Aston Martin Vantage road car but is designed to run on both standard race fuel or E85 bio-ethanol...
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GTE | ASTON MARTIN V8 VANTAGE

  • The Aston Martin Vantage GT2 is the most powerful racing variant of the Aston Martin V8 Vantage family. The Vantage GT2 is based on the V8 engined Aston Martin Vantage road car but is designed to run on both standard race fuel or E85 bio-ethanol.
  • Debuting in 2008 the GT2 is designed to meet FIA and ACO GT2 class regulations, the Vantage will become a customer car for use in the FIA GT Championship, American Le Mans Series, Le Mans Series, and 24 Hours of Le Mans.
  • The Aston Martin Vantage GT2's engine is a modified version of the standard 4.3 litre Aston Martin V8 from the road car. The larger 4.5 litre engine retains the road car’s cylinder block, heads and crankshaft, but uses competition components, including cylinder heads, con-rods, valves, camshafts and a racing exhaust system. The developed engine features a dry sump lubrication system allowing the engine to be positioned low in the chassis, for an optimised centre of gravity.
  • The car uses the original bonded aluminium chassis supplied by Aston Martin, but uses carbon fibre panels (exc roof) and features front splitter, rear diffuser, rear wing and a flat floor. The V8 Vantage GT2 has been tuned to be capable of running E85 ethanol or normal racing fuel, dependent on the racing series.
  • The GTE is a significantly updated version of the original GT2 car and has been specifically designed to compete in championships running to the Automobile Club De L'Ouest GTE regulations. Under the bonnet, the engine is based on the standard Aston Martin V8, but with competition components including cylinder heads, connecting rods, valves, camshafts and a racing exhaust system. As in the road car, the transmission is mid-rear mounted, but with a six-speed semi-automatic sequential transmission and competition clutch. The transmission also has a dedicated oil/air cooling system.
  • The bonded aluminium structure is taken directly from the V8 Vantage road car. Into this, Aston Martin Racing integrates an aerospace specification steel roll cage built to FIA standards. With the exception of the roof, the bodywork is manufactured from lightweight carbon fibre and features an advanced aerodynamic package with carbon fibre splitter, flat floor and diffuser, and a carbon fibre rear wing designed using the latest computational fluid dynamics (CFD) techniques.
  • The Vantage GTE retains the road car's double wishbone suspension layout at the front and rear, but with bespoke wishbones and coil springs over Koni adjustable aluminium bodied dampers. Powerful but lightweight six-piston Brembo racing calipers are fitted to the front axle with similar four-piston calipers at the rear.
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GTE | ASTON MARTIN V8 VANTAGE

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GTE | ASTON MARTIN V8 VANTAGE

08ALMS Drayson-Barwell Motorsports #007
08LMS James Watt Automotive #93
08FIA Aston Martin Racing #164
09ALMS Drayson Racing #007
09LMS Drayson Racing #87
09LM Drayson Racing #87
09FIA Hexis Racing AMR #80
10LMS JMW Motorsport #92
10LM JMW Motorsport #92
11LMS Jota Sport #79
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11LM Gulf AMR Middle East #60
11LM Jota Sport #79
11ILMC Gulf AMR Middle East #60
12ALMS Aston Martin Racing #007
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12WEC Aston Martin Racing #97
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13ALMS Aston Martin Racing #007
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13LM Aston Martin Racing #97
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14ELMS Gulf Racing UK #85
14LM Aston Martin Racing #95
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14LM Aston Martin Racing #98
14LM Aston Martin Racing #99
14WEC Aston Martin Racing #95
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14WEC Aston Martin Racing #98
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15ELMS Beechdean AMR #99
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15WEC Aston Martin Racing #97
15WEC Aston Martin Racing #98
15WEC Aston Martin Racing #99
15USCC Aston Martin Racing #98
16ELMS Aston Martin Racing #96
16ELMS Aston Martin Racing #99
16LM Aston Martin Racing #98
16LM Aston Martin Racing #99
16WEC Aston Martin Racing #98

GTE | BMW M3 E92

  • BMW Motorsport announced in February 2008 that Rahal Letterman Racing will campaign two factory-backed E92 M3s in the American Le Mans Series in 2009, following a two-year absence by the brand...
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GTE | BMW M3 E92

  • BMW Motorsport announced in February 2008 that Rahal Letterman Racing will campaign two factory-backed E92 M3s in the American Le Mans Series in 2009, following a two-year absence by the brand. This was the cover car for the simulation racing game Need for Speed: Shift. Schnitzer Motorsport entered 2 cars at the 1000 km of Spa and finished 4th after a move by the Ferrari in the final corner.
  • For 2010, BMW Motorsport has been granted entry in the 2010 24 Hours of Le Mans and in the 2010 24 Hours Nürburgring. BMW Motorsport/Schnitzer Motorsport went onto to take an overall win at the 24 Hours Nürburgring with the #25 M3 GT2 of Jörg Müller, Augusto Farfus, Pedro Lamy, and Uwe Alzen while the top competitors from Porsche and Audi dropped out one by one. In addition, one of the M3 GT2's that competed at Le Mans (#79) has been chosen as the 17th BMW Art Car, which will be done by American artist, Jeff Koons.At the 24 Hours of Spa, BMW qualified 2nd and maintained 1st with the #79 car throughout the race until it succumbed to a suspension failure with just half an hour remaining, leaving the top spots to Porsche. The BMW M3s won the GT2 category in the ILMC 1000 km of Zhuhai.
  • In 2011, the BMW achieved a 1,2 finish in the 12 Hours of Sebring. In the 2011 American Le Mans Series GT class, BMW Team RLL swept all categories, winning the GT manufacturer, team and driver championships. They contest another year in the ALMS GT class, coming off of another fantastic win at the 2012 60th running of the 12 Hours of Sebring. The M3 GT2 Race Car is to be replaced by the BMW Z4 GTE, a GT/GTE specification of the successful BMW Z4 GT3 beginning with the 2013 season of ALMS.
  • The engineers at BMW Motorsports have put together a brand new car based on the E92 BMW M3 coupe. Gutting the car got the weight down to just 2745 lbs, which will let it move pretty quick with BMW’s race-tuned 4.0L DOHC V-8 under the hood. According to BMW, the engine turns out “more than” 450 hp and “about” 358 lb-ft of torque and puts the power down through a sequential six-speed racing transmission with a carbon-fiber clutch. Keeping the power in check are a mechanical limited-slip differential and big 14.9-in brakes clamped by six-piston calipers up front and 14.0-in brakes clamped by four-piston calipers out back. A set of RAYS 18-in forged magnesium wheels wrapped with Dunlop tires will put the ponies to the pavement.
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GTE | BMW M3 E92

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GTE | BMW M3 E92

09ALMS BMW Rahal Letterman Racing #90
09ALMS BMW Rahal Letterman Racing #92
09VLN BMW Motorsport #746
10ALMS BMW Rahal Letterman Racing #90
10ALMS BMW Rahal Letterman Racing #92
10LMS BMW Team Schnitzer #78
10LMS BMW Team Schnitzer #79
10LM BMW Team Schnitzer #78
10LM BMW Team Schnitzer #79
10VLN BMW Motorsport #742
10VLN BMW Motorsport #743
10ADAC24 BMW Motorsport #25
10ADAC24 BMW Motorsport #26
11ALMS BMW Team RLL #55
11ALMS BMW Team RLL #56
11LM BMW Motorsport #55
11LM BMW Motorsport #56
11ILMC BMW Motorsport #55
11ILMC BMW Motorsport #56
11VLN BMW Motorsport #42
11VLN BMW Motorsport #43
11ADAC24 BMW Motorsport #01
11ADAC24 BMW Motorsport #07
12ALMS BMW Team RLL #55
12ALMS BMW Team RLL #56

GTE | CORVETTE C7.R

  • The Chevrolet Corvette C7.R is a grand tourer racing car built by Pratt & Miller and Chevrolet for competition in endurance racing. It is a replacement for the Corvette C6.R racing car, using the C7 generation Chevrolet Corvette as a base...
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GTE | CORVETTE C7.R

  • This model is courtesy and property of URD Modding Team.
  • The Chevrolet Corvette C7.R is a grand tourer racing car built by Pratt & Miller and Chevrolet for competition in endurance racing. It is a replacement for the Corvette C6.R racing car, using the C7 generation Chevrolet Corvette as a base. The C7 road car was noted to incorporate development from the Corvette C6.R, thus those properties also carry over to the race car. The Corvette Racing C7.R races in the WeatherTech SportsCar Championship in the GT Le Mans (GTLM) class.
  • The Corvette C7.R had its official unveiling at the 2014 NAIAS in Detroit. The car made its first testing appearance, in camouflage, at the Rolex Motorsports Union at the Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca track. The car's new livery and details were revealed on January 13, 2014.
  • Corvette Racing had a total of 4 wins in the C7.R's inaugural season.Those wins came at Long Beach, Laguna Seca, Watkins Glen and Canadian Tire Motorsports Park.
  • In 2015, Corvette Racing had a total of 3 wins in the C7.R. The car won the first two North American Endurance Cup races at the 53rd Rolex 24 at Daytona in January and the 63rd Annual Mobil 1 12 Hours of Sebring 2 months later driven by Jan Magnussen, Ryan Briscoe, and Antonio Garcia in the Tudor United SportsCar Championship. The C7.R finished the year in third place behind the Porsche 911 RSR and BMW Z4 GTE and ahead of the Ferrari 458 Italia GT2. The Corvette C7.R scored its first Le Mans win at the 2015 24 Hours of Le Mans, with Oliver Gavin, Tommy Milner, and Jordan Taylor driving the #64 Corvette to victory in the GTE-Pro class. It is also Corvette Racing's 8th win at the circuit. Corvette Racing won endurance racing's infamous "triple crown" with wins at the 24 hours of Daytona, 12 hours of Sebring, and the 24 hours of Le Mans.
  • On the car's inaugural race of the year, the 2016 Rolex 24 Hours of Daytona, the Corvette racing team scored a class win with a photo finish between the numbers 3 and 4 cars, driven by Oliver Gavin and Antonio Garcia. The cars finished .034 seconds apart from one another. In that year, the Corvette C7.R scored its second 12 Hours of Sebring win with car #4 driven by Oliver Gavin, Tommy Milner and Marcel Fässler in the GTLM Class. The C7.R did poorly in the 2016 24 Hours of Le Mans, qualifying last in the GTE Pro category and finishing the race 7th and 10th in the GTE-Pro class. The #4 Corvette C7.R went on to win the WeatherTech Sportscar Championship in the GTLM class. They won the drivers', team, and manufacturers' championship, as well as the North American Endurance cup. Corvette Racing also claimed its milestone 100th win for the team with its 1st place finish at Lime Rock in the WeatherTech Sportscar Championship series.
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GTE | CORVETTE C7.R

14LM Corvette Racing #73
14LM Corvette Racing #74
14USCC Corvette Racing #3
14USCC Corvette Racing #4
15LM Larbre Competition #50
15LM Corvette Racing #63
15LM Corvette Racing #64
15WEC Larbre Competition #50
15USCC Corvette Racing #3
15USCC Corvette Racing #4
16LM Larbre Competition #50
16LM Team AAI #57

GTE | FERRARI 458 ITALIA GTC

  • With the Michelotto developed F430 GT(C), Ferrari finally managed to break Porsche's stronghold on what is currently known as the GT2 or GTE class. Introduced ahead of the 2006 season, the V8-engined machine won its class in all major...
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GTE | FERRARI 458 ITALIA GTC

  • This model is courtesy and property of URD Modding Team.
  • With the Michelotto developed F430 GT(C), Ferrari finally managed to break Porsche's stronghold on what is currently known as the GT2 or GTE class. Introduced ahead of the 2006 season, the V8-engined machine won its class in all major championships and races at least once. With well over 50 examples produced, it was also the most popular customer racing car produced by Ferrari since the days of the legendary 250 GT.
  • In 2010 the F430 road car was replaced by the all-new 458 Italia and late in that same year the first pictures of a competition version emerged. Naturally, Michelotto had been called in again to turn Ferrari's latest road car into a top GT2/GTE contender. Since the launch of the F430 GT, the level of competition had increased considerably with the likes of Corvette, Aston Martin and BMW also joining the fray, so the Padua based company certainly had its work cut out.
  • The 458 Italia's lightweight aluminium spaceframe chassis also forms the core of its racing derivative. Where allowed by the regulations the suspension geometry has been optimised for the track. The 4.5 litre V8 engine is also carried over but due to the mandatory restrictors only produces around 470 bhp compared to the 570 bhp put out by the road car. This power is transferred to the rear wheels through a six-speed sequential gearbox, operated by a conventional gear-lever
  • Testing of the 458 Italia GT2 commenced late in 2010 with works driver Jamie Melo clocking up many miles on Ferrari's Fiorano track. Michelotto continued the development work well into 2011 and the first customer cars were barely ready for the official Sebring test in February. A month later at the season opening Sebring 12 Hours four 458s were present but various teething problems prevented them from vying for the top positions in the GTE class.
  • The 458 Italia GT2's first class win came two weeks later when the JMW Motorsport example led two sister cars home during the Le Castellet 6 Hours. For the all-important 24 Hours of Le Mans in June, five examples are entered. Judging from the times set during the Le Mans Test, the new Ferrari will certainly be among the favourites for another GT class win.
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GTE | FERRARI 458 ITALIA GTC

13ALMS West Alex Job Racing #23
13ALMS Risi Competizione #62
13LM AF Corse #51
13LM AF Corse #71
13WEC AF Corse #51
13WEC AF Corse #71
14ELMS Team Sofrev-ASP #58
14ELMS SMP Racing #72
14LM AF Corse #51
14LM RAM Racing #52
14LM Krohn Racing #57
14LM Team Sofrev-ASP #58
14LM AF Corse #60
14LM AF Corse #61
14LM AF Corse #62
14LM AF Corse #71
14LM SMP Racing #72
14LM AF Corse #81
14LM 8Star Motorsports #90
14WEC AF Corse #51
14WEC AF Corse #60
14WEC AF Corse #71
14WEC 8Star Motorsports #90
14USCC Risi Competizione #62
15LM AF Corse #51
15LM AF Corse #71
15LM SMP Racing #72
15WEC AF Corse #51
15WEC AF Corse #71
15WEC SMP Racing #72
15USCC Risi Competizione #62
16ELMS AF Corse #51
16ELMS AF Corse #55
16ELMS Alexander Talkanitsa Racing #56
16ELMS Formula Racing #60
16ELMS JMW Motorsport #66
16LM AF Corse #55
16LM Formula Racing #60
16LM Clearwater Racing #61
16LM Scuderia Corsa #62
16LM AF Corse #83

GTE | FLAT6 RSR EVO

  • For many years Porsche 911 derivatives dominated what is today the GTE class. Cars from other manufacturers did score the odd victory but those were clearly exceptions to the rule...
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GTE | FLAT6 RSR EVO

  • This model is courtesy and property of URD Modding Team.
  • For many years Porsche 911 derivatives dominated what is today the GTE class. Cars from other manufacturers did score the odd victory but those were clearly exceptions to the rule. With the introduction of the Ferrari F430 in 2006 the balance gradually started to shift and with the arrival of more manufacturers, the Porsche gradually lost its leading position. Especially thanks to the cars' rock solid reliability, the 911s did continue to score good results in the long distance events.
  • Among the reasons why the '997' model was losing competitiveness was the relatively short wheelbase. Another weakness was the radiator configuration of the road car with two small radiators mounted on the front corners ahead of the wheels. Although easily damaged in case of even a small accident, the rules dictated these should be retained and used. This resulted in many early retirements for the 997 with what looked like only superficial damage. These issues were addressed while developing the seventh generation, or '991', of the 911, which was launched in 2012.
  • Compared to the outgoing model, the all-new 911 featured a 10 cm longer wheelbase and just a single radiator, mounted centrally in the nose. Needless to say, these features were incorporated in the new 911 RSR developed for the 2013 season. A distinct difference compared to the road going 911 was the use of double-wishbone suspension at the front instead of the McPherson struts fitted on the standard car. In order to reduce weight the car was completely stripped and many of the separate body panels like the doors were replaced with carbon-fibre pieces. A full-width rear wing was also part of the package.
  • The only major component carried over from the outgoing 911 GT3 RSR was the tried and trusted engine. This was partly due to save resources but also because the new GT3 road car engine, with direct injection, was not yet homologated. The all-aluminium unit displaced just under four litres and breathing through 29.3 mm restrictors, it produced around 460 bhp. The flat six engine was bolted to a newly developed six-speed sequential gearbox. This was actuated by paddles behind the steering wheel. Fully assembled, the car tipped the scales at the mandatory minimum weight of 1245 kg.
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GTE | FLAT6 RSR EVO

13LM Porsche AG Team Manthey #91
13LM Porsche AG Team Manthey #92
13WEC Porsche AG Team Manthey #91
13WEC Porsche AG Team Manthey #92
14LM Dempsey Racing #77
14LM Proton Competition #88
14LM Porsche AG Team Manthey #91
14LM Porsche AG Team Manthey #92
14WEC Prospeed Competition #75
14WEC Proton Competition #88
14WEC Porsche AG Team Manthey #91
14WEC Porsche AG Team Manthey #92
14USCC Team Falken Tires
14USCC Porsche North America #910
14USCC Porsche North America #911
14USCC Porsche North America #912
15ELMS Gulf Racing UK #86
15ELMS Proton Competition #88
15LM AAI Motorsport #68
15LM Dempsey Proton Racing #77
15LM Abu Dhabi Proton Racing #88
15LM Porsche AG Team Manthey #91
15LM Porsche AG Team Manthey #92
15WEC Dempsey Racing #77
15WEC Proton Competition #88
15WEC Porsche AG Team Manthey #91
15WEC Porsche AG Team Manthey #92
15USCC Team Falken Tires #17
15USCC Porsche North America #911
15USCC Porsche North America #912
16ELMS Proton Competition #77
16ELMS Proton Competition #88
16LM KC MotorGroup #78
16LM Gulf Racing UK #86
16LM Proton Competition #88
16LM Proton Competition #89
16WEC KC MotorGroup #78
16WEC Gulf Racing UK #86
16WEC Proton Competition #88

GTC | Flat6 GT3 CUP

  • The Flat6 GT3 a fictional racecar racing in the GTC Class. The car is powered by a 3800cc engine, delivering 450bhp at 8500rpm. Power is delivered through a sequential six-speed manual gearbox and the complete package weighs in at 1200kg...
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GTC | Flat6 GT3 CUP

  • The Flat6 GT3 a fictional racecar racing in the GTC Class. The car is powered by a 3800cc engine, delivering 450bhp at 8500rpm. Power is delivered through a sequential six-speed manual gearbox and the complete package weighs in at 1200kg.
  • The GTC Class has been introduced in 2010 and the ALMS Championship, and has been very popular since then. The car running this category is also known for being very popular in monotype racing series featuring the model you can know enjoy within the mod.
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GTC | Flat6 GT3 CUP

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GTC | Flat6 GT3 CUP

10ALMS Alex Job Racing #23
10ALMS 911 Design #28
10ALMS Orbit Racing #48
10ALMS Black Swan Racing #54
10ALMS WERKS II Racing #69
10ALMS Alex Job Racing #80
10ALMS Alex Job Racing #81
10ALMS Velox Motorsports #88
11ALMS JDX Racing #11
11ALMS Alex Job Racing #23
11ALMS NGT Motorsport #30
11ALMS GMG Racing #32
11ALMS Black Swan Racing #34
11ALMS Black Swan Racing #54
11ALMS The Racer's Group #66
11ALMS The Racer's Group #68
11ALMS Magnus Racing #77
12ALMS JDX Racing #11
12ALMS Alex Job Racing #22
12ALMS Alex Job Racing #23
12ALMS Competition Motorsports #24
12ALMS NGT Motorsport #30
12ALMS NGT Motorsport #31
12ALMS GMG Racing #32
12ALMS Green Hornet Racing #33
12ALMS Green Hornet Racing #34
12ALMS The Racer's Group #66
13ALMS Dempsey Del Piero Racing #10
13ALMS JDX Racing #11
13ALMS Alex Job Racing #22
13ALMS Dempsey Del Piero Racing #27
13ALMS NGT Motorsport #30
13ALMS NGT Motorsport #31
13ALMS Flying Lizard Motorsport #44
13ALMS Flying Lizard Motorsport #45
13ALMS The Racer's Group #66
13ALMS The Racer's Group #68
13ALMS Competition Motorsports #99