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PRIMROSE PRIMED FOR LMP3 CUP DEBUT IN NORMA

PRIMROSE PRIMED FOR LMP3 CUP DEBUT IN NORMA

1 August 2018

After the announcement of a new invitational category for the final two LMP3 Cup Championship rounds of 2018, Neil Primrose has signed up to compete with his Norma M20FC.

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FEARNS RETURNS TO COMPLETE SEASON AS LMP3 CUP ANNOUNCES NEW INVITATIONAL GROUP

FEARNS RETURNS TO COMPLETE SEASON AS LMP3 CUP ANNOUNCES NEW INVITATIONAL GROUP

26 July 2018

Bute Motorsport is delighted to announce that Richard Fearns will return to competition in the PT4 category of the LMP3 Cup Championship in the Radical RXC with which he took victory at Snetterton.

Bute has also announced it will welcome new entrants to an invitational Group in the LMP3 Cup Championship for the final two weekends of the 2018 season at Donington Park GP (September 8/9) and Silverstone GP (October 13/14).
 
Earlier this year the PT4 category was announced for the Ligier JS P4 and Radical RXC cars, and now Group CN, Prototype, and further Radical cars are welcomed to the grid ahead of new Group structures for 2018.
 
Now that the field has been opened up for a greater variety of prototype cars, Richard Fearns is keen to return to action to round off the season in his Radical RXC. He will also have a bit of an advantage over other PT4 and Invitational runners having raced on the Silverstone Grand Prix circuit in the past, including earlier this season, albeit not on Michelin rubber.

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Bright future for Ligier JS P4 after Donington Park debut in LMP3 Cup

Bright future for Ligier JS P4 after Donington Park debut in LMP3 Cup

9 May 2018

With the announcement this winter that the Automobile Club de l'Ouest had lent its support to the LMP3 Cup becoming a multi-class Championship, United Autosports became the first entrant into the PT4 category with the brand-new Ligier JS P4 at Donington Park in April.

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Superb Smith secures first LMP3 Cup victory in Donington Park thriller

Superb Smith secures first LMP3 Cup victory in Donington Park thriller

22 April 2018

Mectech Motorsport took a first LMP3 Cup victory for itself and the Norma M30, in the hands of Bradley Smith and Duncan Williams, at Donington Park. Williams started on pole but fell back to fourth during his stint as he was harried by the fast-starting Johnny Mowlem, Jack Butel, and Andrew Bentley.

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Trio of firsts as Smith, Mectech, and Norma take first LMP3 Cup pole

Trio of firsts as Smith, Mectech, and Norma take first LMP3 Cup pole

22 April 2018

Bradley Smith set a new LMP3 record on the Donington Park National circuit with a stunning lap time of 1m 02.171s (114.59 mph / 184.42 kph) to secure a first-ever LMP3 Cup pole position for himself, Mectech Motorsport, and the Norma M30.

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Dream debut for Danish driver at Donington Park as Olsen takes stunning victory

Dream debut for Danish driver at Donington Park as Olsen takes stunning victory

21 April 2018

It was a debut to remember for Danish driver Christian Olsen, as he came through the field to grab victory and seal a podium lock-out for Nielsen Racing. In the opening LMP3 Cup Championship race of the season at Donington Park dry tyres paid dividends as he took the flag on his second-ever prototype race.

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Champion Noble on pole despite Norma charge at Donington Park

Champion Noble on pole despite Norma charge at Donington Park

21 April 2018

Reigning champion Colin Noble grabbed pole position for the opening LMP3 Cup Championship race at Donington Park. The Scot put down a solid initial marker on his first lap of the Leicester circuit, instantly bettering it with a time of 1m02.560s.

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LMP3 Cup prepares to launch second season in sun at Donington Park

LMP3 Cup prepares to launch second season in sun at Donington Park

20 April 2018

It was one year ago that the LMP3 Cup Championship began, as Scottish duo Alasdair McCaig and Colin Noble Jnr secured two important victories at Donington Park. The pair would go on to clinch the title later that season despite pressure from Tony Wells and Matt Bell.

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