Latest news on Greaves Motorsport
Fresh from competing in the Circuit Paul Ricard round of the European Le Mans Series last weekend, Greaves Motorsport will contest this weekend’s FIA WEC round.
Bruno Junqueira will compete in Mexico’s round of the FIA World Endurance Championship, driving a Greaves Motorsport-run Gibson in the LMP2 class as part of a one-off entry by the British squad.
Memo Rojas, Nathanaël Berthon and Julien Canal completed 348 laps of the classic Circuit de la Sarthe in the team’s Nissan-powered Ligier JS P2 prototype.
In the second part of our comprehensive Le Mans 24 Hours preview, Sam Smith offers his verdict on the runners and riders in the ultra-competitive LMP2 division.
Nissan engine is powering an incredible 57 per cent of the prototypes entries in WEC and ELMS.
Alex made his Le Mans debut in 2012 with the team, driving with his father, Martin, and Lucas Ordonez, the inaugural GT Academy winner.
Greaves Motorsport: 2015 European Le Mans Series LM P2 Champions
Thiriet by TDS Racing took the race win in the European Le Mans Series (ELMS) season finale, but it was Greaves Motorsport who emerged as the champions.
Gary Hirsch, Jon Lancaster and Bjorn Wirdheim were just three seconds adrift of a podium position after a great fightback.
Nissan GT Academy graduate Gaetan Paletou has replaced Bjorn Wirdheim in the Greaves Motorsport team's line-up for next weekend's Le Mans 24 Hours.
The team completed a comprehensive program of tests and checks of car and set-up in anticipation of the great race in France.
Amongst 64 cars on the official test day, will be 16 cars from the European Le Mans Series.
Jon Lancaster ruffled more than a few feathers with his overtaking moves on his rivals in last weekend's ELMS-opening round at Silverstone. Sam Smith takes a closer look at the controversy.