Job van Uitert, John Farano and Rob Garofall became the 2018 LMP3 champions in the European Le Mans Series despite finishing only fifth in the Four Hours of Portimao last weekend.
United Autosports were victorious in the Four Hours of Portimao on Sunday, while LMP3 and LMGTE championships were decided in favour of the #15 RLR MSport and #88 Proton Competition squads respectively.
Phil Hanson and Filipe Albuquerque took victory in LMP2 at Spa-Francorchamps in a race shortened by the weather, while United Autosports also took the honours in LMP3. EbiMotors took victory in LMGTE.
A maiden ELMS win for Racing Engineering propelled them to the top of the standings after the opening round from Le Castellet.
The FIA held a season announcement press conference ahead of the 2018 season, declaring that 41 car would take on the six race calendar
Bolton-based British ELMS team RLR MSport celebrated a win at the Red Bull Ring in Austria last weekend. Here’s what they had to say about their victory.