RLR MSport first entered the European Le Mans Series (ELMS) in 2010 with a Lola LMP2, before switching to ORECA machinery for a two-pronged campaign that included an entry to the 2012 edition of the 24 Hours of Le Mans, and then supporting ADR Delta’s efforts in the 2013 FIA World Endurance Championship.
Since 2016, the British team has competed at the forefront of a hugely competitive LMP3 field in the ELMS and Michelin Le Mans Cup.
Its maiden LMP3 season was blighted by inconsistency, but that preceded a fruitful 2017 campaign, the highlight of which was perhaps the third place it achieved in the Le Mans 24 Hours-supporting ‘Road to Le Mans’ race at France’s legendary Circuit de la Sarthe.
Supreme consistency ensured RLR MSport scored points in every ELMS and Michelin Le Mans Cup race it contested and, with a strong and balanced roster of drivers in three Ligier JSP3s, the outfit intends to build on that record and become a frequent podium finisher in 2018.
However, RLR MSport’s diverse operations extend far beyond the ELMS, as it is also known for its high-quality GT, prototype and historic racecar preparation, as well as its experience in a variety of categories, including a six-year presence in the VdeV Endurance Series.
For many years, the team has prepared and run historic racecars, from Formula 1 to F5000 single-seaters and Can-Am to Group C sportscars, in the Historic Sports Car Championship (HSCC) and at other high-profile race meetings around the world.
With state-of-the-art facilities and a skilled engineering team at its disposal, it is able to conduct full rebuilds and restorations, prepare cars for trackdays and race meetings, service and modify high performance and classic cars and offer a comprehensive racecar development service, which includes bespoke chassis and component design, Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) testing and composite parts production.
For more information, contact RLR MSport Director of Motorsport Operations, Nick Reynolds, on +44 (0)1254 776199 or at email@example.com