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2011 Lola B11/40 LMP2

Lola today releases details of the 2011 open cockpit LMP2 car. The Lola B11/40 will enable all privateer teams to compete in the new cost-capped LMP2 class using a proven endurance sports car product.

Lola are the first constructor to embrace the new for 2011 cost-capped LMP2 regulations that will see a variety of GT production engines available to Lola customers. BMW, Ford, HPD, Jaguar, Nissan and Toyota units will be available for installation in Lola LMP2 sports cars for the 2011 season. Lola will also provide the proven Lola high-torque transmission, detachable quick-release rear bodywork and all-carbon bodywork.

Current and future Lola teams will be offered access to the very highly regarded Lola customer support centre. This will include full aero maps, trackside spares supply in the LMS and Le Mans 24 Hours, access to engineers, 7-post test rig and wind tunnel model use if required.

The record of Lola’s current generation of sports cars – including three LMP2 class wins (2005-2007) and two Le Mans Series Constructors titles in 2009 – underscores the company’s skill in creating the correct package for endurance racing. Results in LMP1 and LMP2 on both sides of the Atlantic have confirmed Lola as the fastest and most reliable customer chassis.

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