AUDI R8 LMP
2000

AUDI R8 LMP

2000 - 1st 24h Le Mans / #08 - F. Biela, T. Kristensen, E. Pirro

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In year 2000 Audi launched the R8 LMP model, a car destined to be dominant on all endurance race tracks for several years. For its Le Mans debut, Joest Racing entered the works cars from Ingolstadt in the LMP P 900 class. Competitors consisted mainly of works teams from Cadillac, Panoz Motorsports and  Pescarolo Sport, as well as some other private LMP entries. Jackie Ickx started the race waving the French flag, and as it was to be expected, the performance of the Audi R8 LMP could not be matched. However, at the end of the first hour and for eight laps the race was surprisingly lead by Panoz’s front engined LMP-1 Roadster S. Eventually, the chequered flag was taken by car No.8 driven by Frank Biela, Tom Kristensen, Emanuele Pirro, followed by car No.9 (Aiello, McNish, Ortelli) and car No.7 (Alboreto, Abt, Capello) in second and respectively third place.

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PORSCHE 911 GT1 EVO 98
1998

PORSCHE 911 GT1 EVO 98

1998 - FIA GT / #7 - Y. Dalmas, A. McNish

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The 911 GT1 EVO 98 was designed by Porsche to compete in the GT1 category in 1998, at the Le Mans 24 Hours and in the FIA GT International Championship. In the beginning, the GT1 class was based on GT (Grand Touring) cars prepared for racing, but eventually they became racing prototypes. The ‘98 car was a brand new model from Porsche. This was the first car built by Porsche with a carbon composite monocoque chassis. It came with front and rear double wishbone suspensions with pushrod, 18” wheels, carbon brake discs. Engine was a six-cylinder, flat, 3.2 litres twin turbo, 4 valves per cylinder, water-cooled, unit, with maximum torque of 630 Nm at 5000 rpm and maximum power of 550 hp at 7200 rpm. Gearbox was six-speed sequential with triple disc carbon fibre clutch. Fuel tank capacity 100 litre. In 1998, the FIA GT championship was dominated by Mercedes, but Porsche was able to win the Le Mans 24 Hours. A. McNish and Y. Dalmas ran car number 7 In the FIA GT championship

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Lola B12/80
2012

LOLA B12/80

2012 - Lime Rock / #27 - P. Dempsey, J.Foster, D.Cameron

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The Lola B12/80 is the latest evolution of the B08/80. It raced in the LMP2 category in both the European and American Le Manse Series championships, in year 2012. The English factory began designing cars for these races in 1999. Amongst its creations, MG and Aston Martin official cars. Lola Cars introduced a closed cockpit model for private teams in 2008. Chassis and crash box are carbon fiber made. Front and rear suspensions were of the push-rod type, with rocker actuated springs. The gearbox was a six gears X-trac unit, with steering wheel paddles. Brakes were four-pistons brake calipers from AP Racing , with ventilated carbon discs, on 18” wheels. Weight reached the minimum allowed of 900 Kg. This Lola B12 / 80 was purchased by the Dempsey Racing Team to compete in the 2011-2012 IMSA American championship. The owner of the team is American actor Patrick Dempsey, best known for his role as Dr. Derek Shepherd on the American television series “Grey’s Anatomy”. Dempsey is a racing enthusiast and excellent driver. The model reproduces the car that raced with number 27 at Lime Rock in 2012 with drivers Joey Foster and Patrick Dempsey, that we choose to put on the driver’s seat with his multicoloured helmet.

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Lola B12/80
2014

LOLA B12/80

2014 - 12h Sebring / #70 - S. Tremblay, T. Long, B. Devling

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The Lola B12/80 is the latest evolution of the B08/80. It raced in the LMP2 category in both the European and American Le Manse Series championships, in year 2012.
The English factory began designing cars for these races in 1999. Amongst its creations, MG and Aston Martin official cars. Lola Cars introduced a closed cockpit model for private teams in 2008.
Chassis and crash box are carbon fiber made. Front and rear suspensions were of the push-rod type, with rocker actuated springs. The gearbox was a six gears X-trac unit, with steering wheel paddles. Brakes were four-pistons brake calipers from AP Racing , with ventilated carbon discs, on 18″ wheels. Weight reached the minimum allowed of 900 Kg.

In 2014, Mazda and Speedsource were announced as the newest customers of two Lola LMP2s using the SkyActiv-D engine. The model reproduces the car that raced with number 70 at Sebring in 2014 with drivers S. Tremblay, T. Long, B. Devling.

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Lola B12/80
2012

LOLA B12/80

2012 - 24hLe Mans / #29 - M. Rostan, K. Ihara, J.D. Deletraz

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The Lola B12/80 is the latest evolution of the B08/80. It raced in the LMP2 category in both the European and American Le Manse Series championships, in year 2012. The English factory began designing cars for these races in 1999.Amongst its creations, MG and Aston Martin official cars. Lola Cars introduced a closed cockpit model for private teams in 2008. Chassis and crash box are carbon fiber made. Front and rear suspensions were of the push-rod type, with rocker actuated springs. The gearbox was a six gears X-trac unit, with steering wheel paddles. Brakes were four-pistons brake calipers from AP Racing , with ventilated carbon discs, on 18” wheels. Weight reached the minimum allowed of 900 Kg. The engine, even if Lotus badged, was in reality a 3.6 liter V8 Judd derived from BMW’s M3 unit. The Middle East Gulf Racing team entered the 2012 edition of the 24 hours of Le Mans with car n.29 driven by Marc Rostan, Keiko Ihara e Jean-Denis Deletraz.

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LOLA ASTON MARTIN DBR1-2
2011

LOLA ASTON MARTIN DBR1-2

2011 - Le Mans / #22 - V. Ickx, M. Martin, B. Leinders

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The Lola-Aston Martin B09/60, also known as the Aston Martin DBR1-2, is a Le Mans Prototype LMP1 sports car, designed and built by Lola Cars International, jointly developed with Prodrive for Aston Martin Racing, conceived to enter the 24 Hours of Le Mans and the Le Mans Endurance Series Championship. The model was powered by the same atmospheric engine used on the Aston Martin DBR9 GT1 , that, thanks to the larger air restrictors allowed in the LMP1 category for production based blocks, reached 660 Hp. The motor itself was made of aluminium, with a displacement of 5.935 cm3. Chassis consists of a carbon fibre monocoque designed by Lola and developed by Prodrive and Aston Martin. Specifically, the aero package was redesigned in order to match technical and marketing needs. The front of the car was redesigned to bear an unmistakable Aston Martin grille shape. This particular model, n.22, raced the 24 Hours of Le Mans in 2011, driven by V. Ickx, M. Martin and B. Leinders.

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AUDI R8 LMP
2001

AUDI R8 LMP

2001 - 24h Le Mans / #03 - J. Herbert, D. Theys, R. Kelleners

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In year 2000 Audi launched the R8 LMP model, a car destined to be dominant on all endurance race tracks for several years.
For its Le Mans debut, Joest Racing entered the works cars from Ingolstadt in the LMP P 900 class. 
Competitors consisted mainly of works teams from Cadillac, Panoz Motorsports and  Pescarolo Sport, as well as some other private LMP entries.

Jackie Ickx started the race waving the French flag, and as it was to be expected, the performance of the Audi R8 LMP could not be matched. However, at the end of the first hour and for eight laps the race was surprisingly lead by Panoz’s front engined LMP-1 Roadster S. Eventually, the chequered flag was taken by car No.8 driven by Frank Biela, Tom Kristensen, Emanuele Pirro, followed by car No.9 (Aiello, McNish, Ortelli) and car No.7 (Alboreto, Abt, Capello) in second and respectively third place.

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AUDI R8 LMP
2000

AUDI R8 LMP

2000 - 24h Le Mans / #07 - M. Alboreto, C. Abt, R. Capello

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In year 2000 Audi launched the R8 LMP model, a car destined to be dominant on all endurance race tracks for several years. For its Le Mans debut, Joest Racing entered the works cars from Ingolstadt in the LMP P 900 class. Competitors consisted mainly of works teams from Cadiliac, Panoz Motorsports and Pescarolo Sport, as well as some other private LMP entries. Jackie Ickx started the race waving the French flag, and as it was to be expected, the performance of the Audi R8 LMP could not be matched. However, at the end of the first hour and for eight laps the race was surprisingly lead by Panoz’s front engined LMP-1 Roadster S. Eventually, the chequered flag was taken by car No.8 driven by Frank Biela, Tom Kristensen, Emanuele Pirro, followed by car No.9 (Aiello, McNish, Ortelli) and car No.7 (Alboreto, Abt, Capello) in second and respectively third place.

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MCLAREN F1 GTR
1997

MCLAREN F1 GTR

1997 - Donington / #27 - C. Goodwin, G. Ayles

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Production of McLaren F1 GTR, directed by former Formula 1 engineer Gordon Murray, began in 1992 and ended in 1998. At that time, it was the fastest car ever built. The F1 GTR raced in Le Mans for the first time in 1995, winning outright, with 5 cars reaching the finish line in 1st, 3rd, 4th, 5th and 13th position. The car featured a monocoque carbon – fibre chassis and a BMW 5990 cc V12 engine. In 1997, the F1 GTR was developed into the Long Tail version. Number 27 raced in Donington, driven by Chris Goodwin and Gary Ayles.

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LOLA ASTON MARTIN DBR1-2
2009

LOLA ASTON MARTIN DBR1-2

2009 - Le Mans / #008 - A. Davidson, D. Turner, J. Verstappen

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The Lola-Aston Martin B09/60, also known as the Aston Martin DBR1-2, is a Le Mans Prototype LMP1 sports car, designed and built by Lola Cars International, jointly developed with Prodrive for Aston Martin Racing, conceived to enter the 24 Hours of Le Mans and the Le Mans Endurance Series Championship. The model was powered by the same atmospheric engine used on the Aston Martin DBR9 GT1 , that, thanks to the larger air restrictors allowed in the LMP1 category for production based blocks, reached 660 Hp. The motor itself was made of aluminium, with a displacement of 5.935 cm3. Chassis consists of a carbon fibre monocoque designed by Lola and developed by Prodrive and Aston Martin. Specifically, the aero package was redesigned in order to match technical and marketing needs. The front of the car was redesigned to bear an unmistakable Aston Martin grille shape. The model was painted with the traditional ‘powder blue’ and orange Gulf Oil pattern, due to the oil company sponsorship. Racing numbers 007, 008, 009 are a clear reminder of what sort of cars is dnven by James Bond … This particular model, n.008, raced the 24 Hours of Le Mans in 2009, driven by J. Verstappen, A.Davidson, D.Turner.

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