TRS and Endurance Racing  will join the ranks for 2018/19 FIA World Endurance Championship ‘Super Season’.

 

Manor have purchased a  LMP1 chassis, with an engine partner soon to be revealed.

 

“We are very happy to be entering the LMP1 category of the FIA World Endurance Championship,” said John Booth, Manor team principal. “We have been learning this championship for the last two years and we are confident that the time is now right for us to step-up to the LMP1 category.

 

“We have known the people at Ginetta for many years and we believe that, working together, we will be able to develop a competitive LMP1 package.”

Graeme Lowdon, Manor sporting director added: “I think that the LMP1 category provides a fantastic challenge for us but we can rely on a lot of experience gained over the years, in particular those spent in Formula 1, relating to the management of the design, research, testing and development processes that are so important for a successful LMP1 team.”

 

Graeme Lowdon, Manor Endurance Racing Sporting Director believes the teams last few years in the as an LMP2 outfit will stand the team in good stead in moving to the premier category for World Endurance racing.

 

“I think that the LMP1 category provides a fantastic challenge for us but we can rely on a lot of experience gained over the years, in particular those spent in Formula 1, relating to the management of the design, research, testing and development processes that are so important for a successful LMP1 team.”

 

This is more great news for the team designing and building the new Ginetta LMP1 cars” added Ewan Baldry, Technical Director, Ginetta Cars. 

 

We have an incredibly strong team of people working on the LMP1 project, both in-house and as consultants. Our development team’s expertise is second-to-none, and I know they are looking forward to working with John, Graeme and their people.”