LMC - 27/06/2017
The no3 DKR Engineering Norma M30 of Alexander Toril and Jean Glorieux is currently leading the LMP3 class by 10 points with 36 points gathered so far. The team have taken pole position in all three races, with the high point coming on Saturday morning at Le Mans when Toril and Glorieux stood on the top step of the podium for the first time in 2017.
The no79 Nielsen Racing Ligier of Tony Wells and Colin Noble got the season off to a great start with a win in Monza but trouble struck the British team in Le Mans and they finished outside the top 10 in both 55-minute races after running near to the front of the field all weekend. Currently on 26 points the team will be looking to get their season back on track in Austria after a disappointing two races in France.
The no7 Lee Mowle Mercedes of Phil Keen and Lee Mowle is the leading full season entry after winning the opening race of the year in Monza. The British pairing are on 29.5 points, just 1.5 points behind double Road to Le Mans winners Ahmad Al Harthy and Tom Jackson, who took part in the two races for 2016 GT3 Le Mans Cup champions TF Sport.
The no8 SVC Sport Management Lamborghini is currently in third place with 24 points and the Austrian team will be looking for another podium at the Red Bull Ring after Steeve Hiesse and Cedric Mezard finish third in the second 55-minute race at Le Mans. They are just 0.5 points ahead of the no46 Ebimotors Lamborghini Huracan of Emanuele Busnelli and Fabio Babini.
Round 3 of the 2017 Michelin Le Mans Cup will take place in Austria at The Red Bull Ring on Saturday 22 July. For more information CLICK HERE.
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