Changes coming to Le Mans

The latest 83rd 24 Hours of Le Mans has not yet begun and the organization has already revealed major changes for the future. Starting with an expansion in the coming years in terms of participants. Of the 56 current competitors, will be changed to 58 in 2016 and 60 in 2017. There will be profound regulatory changes especially in the category LMP2 and GT with the idea of matching the first and increase performance in the second track. On the contrary it will try to the premier class, LMP1, with the intention of not allowing time to fall further and thus the differences in track are not so great between pata negra prototypes and other participants.

There have also been the next two projects will occupy the famous and innovative ‘Garage 56’. The next year was elected Frederic Sausset , tetraamputado, who intends to drive a Morgan LMP2 chassis specially adapted for the team Sausset Racing. The French chef, 46, who lost his membership in 2012 due to a bacterial infection (necrotizing septicemia), has the support of Audi has provided you with a turbo engine almost standard S3 to feed his Ligier JS53 CN EVO.

In 2017 the turn will be for Gerald Welter , who will present a prototype powered by biomethane cryogenically frozen to feed the 1.6-liter turbo hoping to reach 500 horses engine. The future is ahead of the present. Much earlier, in a few hours, you will be known the composition of the grid for the final race this weekend in which everything points to one of three Porsche is the author of the pole.

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