Adess-AG Enter Final LMP Design Stages

by James Charman

ADESS-AG is nearing the end of an extensive LMP project for entries to the 2014 World Endurance Championship.

Having started design and development back in November 2012, the project is now entering its final design stage. A specific engine has been chosen and wind-tunnel results suggest a competitive package.

Both LMP1 and LMP2 specification cars are being built to the new 2014 LMP regulations, designed to incorporate the highest safety standards and drivability criteria expected of a top-level sports car.

ADESS are now searching for a professional race team to take on two LMP1 cars for the 2014 WEC season, while also searching for teams to take on the ADESS-02 LMP2 contender.

“Our target is to establish a permanent position as manufacturer in the LMP-classes,” said Stephane Choose, ADESS-AG CEO “The new 2014 LMP1 regulations allow private manufacturers such as ADESS to demonstrate their technical abilities. The design is completed and we are looking forward to present the car together with a potential partner.

“The ADESS-02 is another milestone in the history of the company and is the result of our experience in Formula 1 and endurance racing.”

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