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New in Michelin Le Mans Cup: Racing Experience

LM P3 - 27/03/2019 - Sophie LIGER

Among the 32 entries for the 2019 Michelin Le Mans Cup there are a few new teams with Racing Experience as one of them.

The team from Luxembourg will make its debut next month in Le Castellet for the first round of the 2019 season.

Founded in 2000 by Christian Hauser, Racing Experience is a family racing team with more than 40 years of experience. The team competed in several discipline of Motorsports such as hill climb, single seater or more recently endurance racing. In 2013 Racing Experience became Boss GP Champion, the same year as the team won the Luxemburg Hill Climb championship, which they also won in 2016. Finally, in 2017 the team made its debut in Endurance Racing by entering the Dutch GT & Prototype Challenge Championship running a Ligier JSP3. For their first year in endurance the team won the overall championship with two pole positions, four victories and eleven podiums from the twelve races.

The family team is now run by the third generation, Gary and David Hauser. This season, they will race at the wheel of the n°11 Norma M30 alongside Charlie Martin starting next month in Le Castellet, with the collective test followed by the first round of the season.

Christian Hauser, Racing Experience Managing Director and Owner:

“Our plan was to compete in either ELMS or Michelin Le Mans Cup this season.  Charlie did a test with us last summer, her first time in an LMP3, and we have been very happy with her performance.

“Driving an LMP3 the first time isn’t that easy when you’re coming from an open racing car as it’s more difficult to see the racing line and other cars. But it’s not all about driving performance, we at Racing Experience take care about the driver and we make all we can to get the driver feel relax and comfortable in the car and within our team.

“So we finally decided to go for the Michelin Le Mans Cup and Charlie will share the Norma M30 with either Gary or David.  The aim of Racing Experience will be to stay within the ACO Series for the next years and move on to the ELMS and finally Le Mans, of course. “

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