DPI

The Daytona Prototype international (DPi) will make its competition debut in the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship season-opening Rolex 24 At Daytona next January. All DPi cars will use the same chassis, suspension and many other components as LM P2 cars competing in championships governed by Automobile Club de l’Ouest (ACO) technical regulations, such as the […]

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LM P2

The LM P2 category (open or closed prototypes) is aimed at independent teams without links to constructors or engine suppliers. The LM P2s share certain characteristics with the LM P1s (carbon monocoques) while respecting very strict cost caps. The current regulations accept all constructors, and three engines are homologated: Nissan, Honda and Judd. The 2017 […]

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LM P3

To reinforce the endurance pyramid put in place by the Automobile Club de l’Ouest since 1999, the Club launched a new sports prototype category in 2015 to help teams and drivers access endurance racing – the LM P3 category. The philosophy behind this car is to reduce budgetary, technical, driver and running costs constraints to […]

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F4

The FIA (Fédération Internationale de l’Automobile) created the Formula 4 category in 2013. It is the first step on the single-seater ladder for young drivers, many of whom come from the world of karts. To facilitate access to F4 in the United States the price of the car is $45 000 and the running costs […]

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CN

The CN category is governed by the FIA and it is one of the few aimed at both circuits and hill climbs. It is the easiest sports prototype category to access in terms of driving and running costs. The CN sports prototype’s chassis, crashbox and rear wing are in carbon and the bodywork is made […]

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Classic

At a time when new technologies are at the centre of the design of the new road and race cars, a lot of enthusiasts are turning towards older technologies.  Amateurs and collectors, they seek the authenticity that once made the success of these cars, which are full of history. The restoration of these “Classic” cars, […]

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