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Strakka-Dome 2015 Livery Revealed

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Strakka Racing has unveiled its new livery for the 2015 FIA World Endurance Championship.

The Strakka-Dome S103-Nissan LMP2 will make its race debut at next month’s 6 Hours of Silverstone, after homologation issues and a heavy testing crash prevented any competitive running in 2014. Preparations for the 2015 season got underway in February, with the team racking up 4000 km of testing at Motorland Aragón.

The menacing new livery is distinguished by the union flag that embellishes the car’s dorsal fin.

Experienced team drivers Nick Leventis, Jonny Kane and Danny Watts will pilot the Strakka Dome S103 in a full-season FIA WEC effort. The trio will be on hand to run the car at the season-opening Prologue test at Paul Ricard on March 27-28.

Another angle of the Strakka Racing S103 (Credit: Strakka Racing)

Another angle of the Strakka Racing S103 (Credit: Strakka Racing)

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