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PHIL HANSON AND JOB VAN UITERT TO RETURN TO UNITED AUTOSPORTS FOR 2021 EUROPEAN LE MANS SERIES

United Autosports are pleased to confirm that Phil Hanson and Job van Uitert will return to the team for the 2021 European Le Mans Series. Current ELMS LMP2 champion Phil Hanson, returns to lead the #22 Oreca 07 in his fourth year with United Autosports. At only 21 years old, Phil won the ELMS LMP2 … Continue reading

JOB VAN UITERT TO JOIN UNITED AUTOSPORTS FOR 2020 EUROPEAN LE MANS SERIES AND LE MANS 24 HOURS

United Autosports are pleased to announce that Job van Uitert will join their LMP2 team for the 2020 European Le Mans Series and, pending an entry invitation, the Le Mans 24 Hours. The Dutch driver will be racing alongside Alex Brundle and Will Owen in the Oreca 07, with the season starting at Barcelona in … Continue reading

JOB VAN UITERT JOINS G-DRIVE RACING FOR ELMS AND LE MANS PUSH

Job van Uitert has seized one of the most coveted seats in endurance racing for the coming season as the reigning European Le Mans Series LMP3 champion has signed for G-drive Racing. Van Uitert joins Jean-Eric Vergne and Roman Rusinov for both the European Le Mans Series and the 24 hours of Le Mans, meaning that a long-held … Continue reading

RLR MSport: 2018 EUROPEAN LE MANS SERIES CHAMPIONS

RLR MSport and its drivers Job van Uitert, Rob Garofall and John Farano are the 2018 European Le Mans Series (ELMS) LMP3 Champions, having raced to fifth place in the 4 Hours of Portimao at Autodromo Internacional do Algarve (26-28 October). Having notched up two race wins and three podium finishes, the Darwen, Lancashire-based team … Continue reading

RLR MSport AIMING FOR VICTORIOUS END TO EUROPEAN LE MANS SERIES TITLE PUSH IN PORTUGAL

RLR MSport wants to win the 2018 European Le Mans Series (ELMS) LMP3 Teams’ and Drivers’ titles in style by reaching the top step of the podium in the season-ending 4 Hours of Portimao at Autodromo Internacional do Algarve (26-28 October). A pair of race wins at Circuit Paul Ricard and the Red Bull Ring, … Continue reading

RLR MSport EXTENDS ELMS POINTS LEAD WITH PODIUM AT A SOPPING WET SPA

RLR MSport has tightened its grip on the European Le Mans Series LMP3 crown after beating its title rivals to a podium finish in the dramatic, rain-lashed 4 Hours of Spa-Francorchamps (21-23 September), which was curtailed due to adverse weather. The Lancastrian team swam to second position in extreme wet weather, extending Job van Uitert, … Continue reading

RLR MSport FOCUSED ON REINFORCING ELMS POINTS LEAD IN 4 HOURS OF SPA-FRANCORCHAMPS

For RLR MSport, collecting points to reinforce its position at the top of the European Le Mans Series (ELMS) LMP3 Teams’ and Drivers’ standings is the chief objective for the penultimate round of the 2018 season at Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps (21-23 September). Following an excellent win in the curtain-raising 4 Hours of Le Castellet at … Continue reading

RLR MSport EXTENDS ELMS POINTS LEAD ON HOME TURF AT SILVERSTONE

Sixth position in the European Le Mans Series 4 Hours of Silverstone (17-18 August) has bolstered RLR MSport’s position at the head of the LMP3 Teams’ and Drivers’ standings. The Bolton-based team went into the British leg of the ELMS with the aim of consolidating its slender 4.5-point advantage over Eurointernational, and it will head … Continue reading

RLR MSport DETERMINED TO CONSOLIDATE ELMS POINTS LEAD ON HOME SOIL AT SILVERSTONE

RLR MSport is determined to consolidate its championship lead as the European Le Mans Series (ELMS) lands on the Bolton-based team’s home soil for the fourth round of the 2018 season, the 4 Hours of Silverstone (17-18 August). The outfit commenced its ELMS title bid with a sublime win at Circuit Paul Ricard on the … Continue reading

RLR MSport TICKLED PINK BY EUROPEAN LE MANS SERIES 4 HOURS OF THE RED BULL RING VICTORY

RLR MSport returned to the top step of the podium in the European Le Mans Series (ELMS) 4 Hours of the Red Bull Ring (21-22 July). Job van Uitert, John Farano and Rob Garofall overcame stiff opposition and unstable weather to record the Bolton-based team’s second victory of 2018 and assume the LMP3 championship lead … Continue reading

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