It didn’t passed a year since the first Ligier JS P2 competed, racing in the 2014 24 Hours of Le Mans, but there is already a team that doesn’t want to keep the Onroak Automotive-built machine on its garage.
Uninterested in keeping the new LMP2 coupe with the team, Thiriet by TDS Racing has put their machine for sale. The team had a nice start with the Nissan powered prototype, finishing second in the LMP2 class in the 24 Hours of Le Mans, but after that, poor performance and reliability issues during the European Le Mans Series season demotivated the team to continue with the car.
There are no announced plans for the next year, but all the options are being considered, being them getting another LMP2 car or focus on GT3 racing.
Can anyone give me this one as a Christmas present?
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