Eurasia joins new LMP CN Class in Asian Le Mans
Date posted on June 20, 2014 · Published by Mark Goddard
Eurasia Motorsport will run a Tatuus PY012 CN car alongside its LMP2 in the new for 2014 LMP CN Class. The class is designed as a stepping stone to LMP2 and will attract young drivers plus gentlemen racers. Eurasia intend winning the class championship and are in talks with several drivers now to fill the seats. The cost of a seat is less than that for most Junior single seater cars and, with up to six hours testing and a three hour race at each event. it represents tremendous value. Interested drivers should contact Mark Goddard at email@example.com
All CN cars feature the same Honda 2.0L 255 bhp power unit in a car weighing 535kg producing stunning performance placing lap times midway between LMP2 and GT. Just like an LMP2 they feature a paddle shift gearbox, carbon chassis and full data logging to aid both driver and engineers. Pit stops will feature tyre and driver changes plus at least one refueling stop In a race. It is truly a cost effective way for a driver to demonstrate what they can do in an LMP car and opens up the option of a sports car career path.
“As an addition to a Formula Car program or a means to develop an LMP career this is an opportunity not to be missed. Asian Le Mans is a high level international ACO Series and drivers and teams competing are putting themselves on the radar of the movers and shakers in LMP and GT racing. Any driver interested should contact us now” reports Team Principal, Mark Goddard.
The Series begins at Inje in Korea on July 20 before moving to Fuji, Japan on August 31, Shanghai on October 12, Buriram in Thailand on November 23 and ends at Sepang in Malaysia on December 7th. All events take place over four days.
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