European Le Mans Series

Boutsen Ginion Racing Complete ELMS Driver Line-Up

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Boutsen Ginion Racing have announce their three drivers for the upcoming European Le Mans Series season which kicks off next month at Silverstone.

The team will be running a ORECA 03 – Nissan in the LMP2 class led by Frenchman Bastien Brière who raced in ELMS and Le Mans in 2012 joined by Thomas Dagoneau and John Harsthorne who took the team to the LMPC title last year.

Briere expressed his delight in continuing with the team after a positive year in 2012 “I am very happy to race again with the Boutsen Ginion Racing. Last year went well, it seemed logical to pursue together. It is important to have continuity. 

“I have  confidence in the team. I am now eager to run at Le Castellet, the winter was long. We are going to work and see where we stand at the beginning of the year. The objective is to maximize the car in order to be  prepared for Le Mans 24 Hours.”

The ELMS season gets underway on 13 April at Silverstone alongside the premier endurance series the FIA World Endurance Championship.

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