Having secured a breakout Michelin Le Mans Cup victory last time out, Nielsen Racing are looking forwards to the European Le Mans Series and MLMC double-header this weekend at Monza.
Tony Wells and Colin Noble secured a season-best fifth at Paul Ricard in their #7 Ligier, along with ten valuable championship points, and head to Italy confident that they can secure that elusive ELMS podium position.
Teammates Austin McCusker, Max Koebolt and Nicholas Adcock dropped outside of the top ten in France but will be seeking the form displayed at the season-opening Barcelona round where they finished inside the top six.
About the European Le Mans Series
British, Asian LMP3 Champions and 2019 Team of the Year, Northamptonshire-based Nielsen Racing returns to the European Le Mans Series for its fourth season. The ELMS, inspired by the 24 Hours of Le Mans, is considered the pinnacle of LMP3 championships around the world and features six rounds at Europe’s finest and most challenging circuits.
About the 4 Hours of Le Castellet
Round 4 of the 2021 European Le Mans Series will be the 4 Hours of Monza on Sunday 11 July and is the final event before the 24 Hours of Le Mans on August 21/22. The grid will consist of 44 cars run by 31 different teams, with 127 drivers taking part representing a total of 32 different nations from all four corners of the world.
Source. BAM Motorsports