A natural training ground for drivers
European Le Mans Series
The Automobile Club de l'Ouest (ACO) guarantees a series that has strict rules and a paddock that embodies the professionalism that surrounds top level endurance racing. However the ELMS paddock is a friendly environment for the teams, drivers, the media and, of course, the fans and the European Le Mans Series gives everybody the opportunity to take advantage of motor racing in a different way. The choice between Prototype and GT cars give the competitors the opportunity to compete in a first-class series according to their budgets and the level of competitiveness means there is plenty of track action throughout the large grid of 40+ cars.
A dominant factor in autosport
G-Drive Racing has been a dominant factor within the LMP2 class in the last years. Run by the french outfit TDS Racing it has been competing in the European Le Mans Series (ELMS) and World Endurance Championship (WEC).
Last year proved to be the most successful year of the teams' history with the overall title in the ELMS, victory in Le Mans and the 6H of Spa.