At Le Mans, British youngster lines-up for second career Le Mans 24 Hour race in radical Nissan
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Young Briton excited about maiden sportscar season including making Le Mans debut
Yelloly switches from Single-Seaters to complete Jota Sport’s European Le Mans Series Triumbrant. Nick Yelloly switches from a successful single-seater career to complete JOTA Sport’s 2015 European Le Mans Series squad – a maiden sportscar season that will also see the young Briton making his Le Mans 24 Hour race debut.
Le Mans 24 Hour LM P2 class winner becomes youngest driver to compete in sportscar’s top category for almost 25 years
British youngster gets factory Nissan “seat” after just one season in sportscars. Britain’s Harry Tincknell will contest the entire 2015 FIA World Endurance Championship with the Nissan NISMO LM P1 team.
Kristensen has a record eight wins at the Le Mans 24-Hour race while Priaulx tops the all-time WTCC list with three titles
In 2012 Starworks Motorsport entered the history books by becoming the first LMP2 Champions in the FIA World Endurance Championship
Allan McNish, Alex Popow, Ryan Dalziel and Sébastien Bourdais will pilot the #8 Starworks Motorsport Riley-Ford Daytona Prototype at the 51st Grand-Am Rolex 24 at Daytona International Speedway on 26-27 January 2013.
Williams Hybrid Power has been at the forefront of hybrid flywheel systems within motor racing
The Go-Ahead Group and Williams Hybrid Power (WHP), a subsidiary of Williams Grand Prix Engineering, have signed a ground breaking agreement to develop a flywheel energy storage application for use in buses.
Lotus and Mansell: Friends Reunited
31 years after Formula 1 World Champion Nigel Mansell made his F1 debut in a Lotus courtesy of Colin Chapman’s eagle eyed talent spotting, his sons Leo (26) and Greg (23) get behind the wheel of the new Lotus Evora GT4 Endurance. The two Mansell boys join Lotus GT factory driver Johnny Mowlem, WTCC driver Stefano D’Aste and Gianni Giudici to take on the gruelling endurance challenge of the Dunlop Dubai 24 hour race which starts on Friday (14 January).
1988 Daytona winner Martin Brundle tempted back into competition with former Le Mans 24 Hour race winner Mark Blundell
Audi has clearly rejected speculation its name might soon appear above a formula one garage door.
It has been reported for some time that the German carmaker’s parent Volkswagen could be interested in entering the sport as an engine supplier. VW’s motor racing boss Kris Nissen said a month ago: “Within the group, for sure, (the branding) could be Audi, it could be Porsche and might also be Volkswagen.”