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Donington delight for Nielsen Racing / Ecurie Ecosse duo

Donington delight for Nielsen Racing / Ecurie Ecosse duo

9 September 2018

Tony Wells and Colin Noble went one better than their performance in Saturday’s LMP3 Cup Championship race at Donington Park with victory in today’s race. Wells battled gearbox gremlins and a fighting Dominic Paul before handing over to Colin Noble who brought the car home for maximum points.

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Wells bounces back with Donington pole

Wells bounces back with Donington pole

9 September 2018

Tony Wells grabbed pole position for championship leaders Nielsen Racing / Ecurie Ecosse on Sunday morning at Donington Park ahead of Round 10 of the LMP3 Cup Championship.

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SMITH/WILLIAMS SOAK UP PRESSURE FOR SUCCESS IN DONINGTON SHOWER

SMITH/WILLIAMS SOAK UP PRESSURE FOR SUCCESS IN DONINGTON SHOWER

8 September 2018

Duncan Williams and Bradley Smith survived pressure from Nielsen Racing / Ecurie Ecosse’s Tony Wells and Colin Noble to seal victory for Mectech Racing in the LMP3 Cup Championship at Donington Park. Smith took over the pole-sitting car midway through the one-hour race and fended off the attentions of Noble’s Ligier after Williams had fought hard to maintain the early advantage.

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Williams withstands Wells to wow with Donington pole

Williams withstands Wells to wow with Donington pole

8 September 2018

Duncan Williams came out triumphant in a fast and furious ten-minute qualifying session for Round 9 of the LMP3 Cup Championship on Donington Park’s Grand Prix loop. The Mectech Motorsport driver was on provisional pole on three different occasions as he traded the top spot with Nielsen Racing / Ecurie Ecosse’s Tony Wells, pipping his rival on his last lap.

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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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ECURIE ECOSSE DUO DOUBLE AS SPEEDWORKS PAIR SUFFER LATE HEARTBREAK

ECURIE ECOSSE DUO DOUBLE AS SPEEDWORKS PAIR SUFFER LATE HEARTBREAK

4 July 2018

The Ecurie Ecosse/Nielsen Racing car driven by Colin Noble and Tony Wells secured their second victory of the weekend this afternoon after Jack Butel suffered a technical issue while leading in the Speedworks Motorsport Ligier. In the second half of the race Butel was leading from Noble, but a power failure dropped the youngster, sharing with Dominic Paul, into fourth place.

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PEERLESS PAUL PLANTS SPEEDWORKS LIGIER ON POLE

PEERLESS PAUL PLANTS SPEEDWORKS LIGIER ON POLE

4 July 2018

Dominic Paul shook a claimed his first LMP3 Cup Championship pole position at Snetterton ahead of Sunday’s one-hour race. The Speedworks Motorsport man battled for the top spot with race one winner Tony Wells throughout the 10-minute session, a last-gasp effort enough to earn the spoils.

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