Algarve Pro Racing works to be in the WEC 2018


you could say that the team Algarve Pro Racing has had a 2016 erratic, once the training Portuguese didn’t take part in the inaugural race of the Asian Le Mans Series, which cost him a large part of their diploma options. The structure lusa yes that could compete in the 24 Hours of Le Mans, although their choice at the last minute disrupted the team’s project to such an extent that Algarve Pro Racing, he resigned to compete in the final appointment of the European Le Mans Series in Estoril, in what was the home race for the team.

The objective of this last step is to prepare for 2017, the whole time the team Algarve Pro Racing team wants to to ensure his presence in the next 24 Hours of Le Mans through the square that gives the ACO the winner of the Asian Le Mans Series and not having to wait for last minute surprises. For this reason, the team will redouble its efforts in the event continental and align two Ligier JS P2, the pair that choose the chassis LMP2 in 2017, to compete in Europe, with the proposal of Onroak that you have more options ahead of the chassis of Dallara and Oreca.

With all Algarve Pro Racing will field a LMP2 in the European Le Mans Series the next year, although it is expected that the computer is an alignment of a lot of level around Michael Munemann, with the aim of fighting also for the title of the european contest. Some of the options for this are Nicky Catsburg and Andrea Pizzitola, riders who have raced for the team alongside Munemann. In any case, the projects in the ALMS and the ELMS, as well as the eventual participation in the 24 Hours of Le Mans in 2017 only have a final goal, compete with a LMP2 full-time in the WEC 2018.