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    24 Hours of Le Mans 2010 - Drayson Racing #11.

    Lola B10/60 is a sports prototype race car, designed, developed, and produced by British manufacturer Lola, and built to LMP1 rules and regulations, in 2010. It was Lola's attempt to compete in the European Le Mans Series, American Le Mans Series, and Intercontinental Le Mans Cup.[6] It was entered by the Rebellion Racing team for the 2010 Le Mans Series season, and Drayson Racing for the 2010 American Le Mans Series season.[7][8][9]

    Racing history

    24 Hours of Le Mans

    Three Judd-powered Lola B10/60's were entered in the 2010 24 Hours of Le Mans; one by Drayson Racing, a team also participating in the American Le Mans Series, and two by Rebellion Racing, a team also entered in the Le Mans Series.

    None of these three cars were classified at the end of the race.

    Awards

    American Le Mans Series

    European Le Mans Series

    • 3rd in the LMP1 category in 2010 with Rebellion Racing
    • Champion in the LMP1 category in 2011 with Rebellion Racing

    References

    1. ^ "2011 Lola B10/60 Toyota Specifications". Ultimatecarpage.com.
    2. ^ "Lola B10/60 Judd specs, performance data". FastestLaps.com.
    3. ^ "2010 Lola B10/60 Judd Specifications". Ultimatecarpage.com.
    4. ^ "Lola B10/60 group LMP1 (2010) - Racing Cars". tech-racingcars.wikidot.com.
    5. ^ "Lola B10/60". Retrieved 30 October 2022.
    6. ^ "Lola B10/60". Retrieved 30 October 2022.
    7. ^ "Lola B10/60". Ultimatecarpage.com. Retrieved 14 August 2022.
    8. ^ "Lola B10/60". Supercars.net. Retrieved 14 August 2022.
    9. ^ "2010 Lola B10/60 LMP1 News and Information, Research, and Pricing". conceptcarz.com.

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