Tristan Gommendy1979-01-04 (age 42)
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Tristan Gommendy, who will race in the Indianapolis 500 next May, says that what convinced him to sign up for the project was that ex-F1 team owner Didier Calmels understands the scale of the task ahead.
4 Hours of Red Bull Ring will get underway tomorrow.
The new ORECA 05 took an impressive pole position for its first participation in the 24 Hours of Le Mans.
Amongst 64 cars on the official test day, will be 16 cars from the European Le Mans Series.
Murphy Prototypes gave a One-Two to the ORECA chassis.
Wet and dry track conditions on ELMS free practice day in Imola.
In his second column for Motorsport.com, Harry Tincknell has been testing Nissan's radical LMP1 and getting his elbows out in the European Le Mans Series at Silverstone.
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.
Nissan LMP1 signing Harry Tincknell is a Motorsport.com columnist for 2015, and he gives us the latest from inside the GT-R LM NISMO camp.
In LMP2 the battle is on between Thiriet by TDS Racing, which currently leads, ahead of JOTA Sport and Signatech Alpine.
The #33 OAK Racing Team Asia Ligier JS P2 completed the race in a respectable 7th in class, 11th overall.
Nissan-powered entry sets a lap of 3:37.609
Toyota prevailed over all when the checkered flag flew on qualifying Thursday.
The Thiriet by TDS Racing team learned a lot during testing.
Pierre Thiriet, Ludovic Badey and Tristan Gommendy never relaxed the pressure and took the lead in the race less than six minutes from the chequered flag!
Nelson Panciatici: “The battle in LMP2 is going to be intense.”
Nelson Panciatici feels ready to take on Le Mans 24 Hours
Signatech-Alpine to run two Alpine A450s at the pre-Le Mans Test Day on Sunday, June 9. The car’s first chance to lap the full Le Mans track will be followed by a busy fortnight for Alpine.
Nelson Panciatici back at Le Mans in the Alpine A450 N°36
Nelson Panciatici crossed the finishing line of the 3 Hours of Imola in second place. With this first podium, the Signatech-Alpine team and their drivers are now in second place in the provisional rankings of the ELMS Championship.