Ginetta Cars chairman Lawrence Tomlinson has confirmed that, following an intensive development and testing program with the Ginetta LMP1 car, the UK-based company has submitted a request for two entries in the FIA World Endurance Championship next season in the premier LMP1 class.
“I’m pleased to confirm that two entry requests have been submitted to the FIA WEC for our Ginetta G60-LT-P1 cars to contest the 2019/20 FIA World Endurance Championship,” said Tomlinson.
“If the entries are accepted, both cars will be powered by the AER P60B turbocharged V6 engine that we have been testing in recent months in a developed version of the Ginetta. Details of the team, drivers and other parts of the package will be released in due course.”
- Source: Ginetta Cars
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