ILMC

5 weeks after Sebring's 12 Hours, the second leg of the ILMC Championship was held in Spa-Francorchamps, Belgium, and was the scene of many accidents, not sparing KENNOL over the weekend. Fortunately, nobody is hurt, but some technical problems will have to be solved before finding the performance and the path of the podiums

This first season in ILMC is difficult for KENNOL and Level5, especially because of the constant changes in regulations on our Lola HPD package. And following the podium at Le Mans last month, which was already the actual theater of major technical changes, the team has had to re-adapt once again. But from now on,

Joao BARBOSA, winner of the 24 Hours of Daytona 2010, has just been confirmed in the Level 5 Motorsports team for the 2011 ILMC season. This rookie of weight will support Scott TUCKER and Christophe BOUCHUT, reigning champions ALMS-LMPC, who will also compete in the ALMS-LMP2 championship. In private testing this weekend on the Sebring