Oliver Webb1991-03-20 (age 30)
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ByKolles drivers Tom Dillmann and Oliver Webb believe a podium finish in the Le Mans 24 Hours is a "realistic" target after an encouraging showing in the Spa FIA World Endurance Championship round.
The ByKolles LMP1 team has described its showing in last weekend's Spa round of the FIA World Endurance Championship as its "best ever performance".
The FIA World Endurance Championship must “wake up” and close the gap between Toyota and the non-hybrid LMP1s after the Japanese marque’s Le Mans 24 Hours rout, says Andre Lotterer.
The gap between Toyota and its LMP1 rivals in the Le Mans 24 Hours will be much bigger than the times from the test day suggest, fear several leading privateers.
SMP Racing's Mikhail Aleshin has likened Toyota's advantage in the FIA World Endurance Championship's LMP1 class to that of a Formula 1 team allowed to run a "V12 twin-turbo" engine.
The quality of the LMP1 field in this year's FIA World Endurance Championship field has come as a "shock", says ByKolles driver Oliver Webb.
ByKolles driver Oliver Webb says this year's Le Mans 24 Hours was "hard to watch" for him after the team's early retirement, as the scale of the opportunity missed became clear.
The ByKolles privateer LMP1 squad is unlikely to race on in this year's FIA World Endurance Championship beyond the Nurburging round next month.
Oliver Webb believes it is not “ridiculous” for the ByKolles LMP1 team to aim for an outright podium in this year’s Le Mans 24 Hours.
Oliver Webb says he is likely to stick with the ByKolles team for the 2017 FIA WEC season despite what he describes as a “pretty poor” 2016 campaign for the Austrian-licenced outfit.
Drivers Simon Trummer (CH), Oliver Webb (GB) and James Rossiter (GB) took to the podium after completing a total of 151 race laps.
Oliver Webb, will be making his public LMP1 debut for ByKolles Racing today, in the Prologue at Circuit Paul Ricard in France
Antonio Giovinazzi and Sean Gelael secured a second successive Asian Le Mans Series win in the season finale at Sepang, as Race Performance wrapped up the title.
Jamie Winslow in the #25 Ligier JSP2 went quickest round the track this Saturday in Sepang
The #19 WRT team of Laurens Vanthoor, Stuart Leonard, Michael Meadows and Alain Ferte took its Audi R8 LMS to victory in the Dubai 24 Hours, beating the #16 Black Falcon Mercedes AMG SLS GT3.
Ho-Pin Tung, Thomas Laurent and David Cheng conquered the LMP3 title for the 2015-16 edition of the Asian Le Mans Series.
This pole adds to the impressive score the Ligier JS P2 has already set since launching last year.
24 hours of Le Mans is the ultimate race in the motorsport race.
Abdulaziz Turki AlFaisal, Hubert Haupt, Yelmer Buurman and Oliver Webb crossed the finish line in first place.
Black Falcon Mercedes take overall win and earn Prince Al Faisal his first 24 Hours of Dubai victory
Mixed fortunes for UAE teams and drivers in tenth edition of the race.
German team, Black Falcon, has scored its third outright win in the Hankook 24H Dubai.
The Fach Auto Tech Porsche started the race from pole position and led early on, but within the first three hours Mercedes took control of the race.
Two Mercedes SLS AMG GT3s going for the outright victory.
Two Mercedes SLS AMG GT3 cars will service eight drivers.
Signatech-Alpine claims a second consecutive title in the European Le Mans Series (ELMS).
The victory has vaulted Alpine into the lead of the European Le Mans Series title standings just two rounds from the end of the campaign.
Ferrari teams take LMGTE and GTC.
In LMP2 the battle is on between Thiriet by TDS Racing, which currently leads, ahead of JOTA Sport and Signatech Alpine.
Teams running the ORECA chassis were able to pull out good results, notably with Signatech-Alpine.
Alpine team ready to take on a tough LMP2 field
The first round of the ELMS season will take place at Silverstone this weekend, and it's sure to be riveting.
A few days before the official test sessions for the 12 Hours of Sebring, second round of the Tudor United Sportscar Championship, OAK Racing is pleased to confirm the three drivers who will share the Morgan Nissan LM P2 with Gustavo Yacaman during the 2014 season : Alex Brundle, Olivier Pla, and Ho Pin Tung.
The Morgan-Nissan LM P2 built by Onroak Automotive showed its exceptional qualities on what was a tough circuit for the LM P2s.
While an engine problem spoilt the short 15-minute session, the team has analyzed it and its ambitions for the race are still intact.