62 Cars Confirmed for Le Mans Road
There are 50 entries confirmed by officials to step their wheels on the Le Mans Road. Amongst them, we could notice Flick Haigh, Jan Lammers, and Freddie Hunt. That includes the 33 LMP3s, whom the officials have confirmed on the entry list for the 4th edition of Road to Le Mans.
The drivers who will be joining on the road with the Le Mans are drawn from European Le Mans Series, Michelin Le Mans Cup, Asian Le Mans Series, and elsewhere.
Meanwhile, we are also going to see the defending winners Michael Benham and Duncan Tappy. They will return to be fantastic racers for us in a Lannan racing Norma M30 Nissan.
on the other side, Mikkel Jensen is going to be behind the steer of Eurointerbnational’s Ligier JS P3 Nissan along with his companion Jens Petersen.
Freddie Hunt will make his debut in one of two RLR MSport Ligiers. For those who haven’t known it yet, he is the son of 1976 Formula 1 World Champion James Hunt.
Frederic Sausset will also delegate his French team in the competition. The quadruple amputee genius is pretty confident that his team could attain the championship title.
Takuma Aoki, the ex-racer of Grand Prix motorcycle will co-drive a specially-modified Ligier. Takuma Aoki was paralyzed back then after the unforgettable incident in 1998. Besides him, the left-hand amputee Snoussi Benmoussa will also co-drive the specially-modified Ligier. It is going to be a touching moment that we see together on the favorite screen.
Viper Niza Racing which taken from Asian Le Mans Series will participate in the single Ligier. Then there are another bunch of teams who will dispatch three cars or more. These teams are Cool Racing, Graff, Auto Sports, DKR Engineering, and Nielsen Racing. They will enter the field with their three cars or more. That explains a lot the number of participants this year.
The viewers can also take interest in the 17 cars which are in the GT 3 ranks who will participate in this event. Ferrari has nine vehicles to enter the court. Meanwhile, we could notice that Mercedes-AMG GT3 listed four of their cars.
1988 Le Mans winner Jan Lammers wilco-drive the Bentley Continental GT3 with Greg Mills, the South African racer. This team will be the entry under Team Africa umbrella.
The officials also added the high-class racers to the Le Mans. There have been 62 cars confirmed for this prestigious event. That means it they have expanded to a record 62 cars. It is going to be a seismic event to watch.