Greaves Motorsport passes test with flying colours at Le Mans

Greaves Motorsport passes test with flying colours at Le Mans

Greaves Motorsport enjoyed a successful day in France during the Official Test for the 90th Anniversary Le Mans 24 Hours. Despite changeable weather conditions, that ranged from full wet to dry, the team completed their planned programme, acquiring valuable data for the forthcoming race and testing their latest aerodynamic developments.

In addition the drivers in the squad who will be making their debut in the endurance classic, Eric Lux, Jann Mardenborough and Alexander Rossi, all successfully completed their mandatory driver qualification laps.

Car #41. First Session 4:05.690 ; Second Session 3:42.364

Car #42. First Session 4:06.024 ; Second Session 3:41.648

The 2103 Le Mans 24 Hours marks a significant anniversary for Greaves Motorsport who will starting their 50th international endurance race run to ACO rules. Le Mans Series Champions in 2011, the team has scored 11 podium finishes, with four wins, including victory at the 2011 Le Mans 24 Hours.

The actual race will commence at 15.00 CET on Saturday 22nd June.

Team Manager, Jacob Greaves.“The team had a very positive Test Day, both getting the drivers qualified and testing our Le Mans aerodynamic package. The changeable conditions meant that we also learnt a lot about how to get the optimal set up on the car in both wet, dry and mixed conditions. It was a great way to start our partnership with Caterham Motorsport who brought significant expertise to the mix. The Nissan engine, the Zytek chassis and the Dunlop tyres are a strong combination and the team is looking forward to the challenge against the huge, high quality LM P2 grid.