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DC Racing Ligier JS P3 Completes Shakedown

DC Racing Ligier JS P3 completes shakedown at Magny-Cours…

The new Ligier JS P3 Nissan from David Cheng Racing has completed a successful shakedown, ahead of next month’s Asian Le Mans Series season-opener at Fuji Speedway. (En Français)

Cheng and rising French star Thomas Laurent handled driving duties of the Onroak Automotive-built LMP3 car Monday at Magny-Cours, completing roughly 200 miles in the brand-new car.

Ho-Pin Tung will join fellow defending series champion Cheng for the entire four-round championship, with 17-year-old Laurent, a former world karting champion, slated as a third driver for the three remaining races.

DC Racing will be carrying backing from the Jackie Chan Film Academy, with the actor/martial arts expert set to play a role within the newly formed Chinese squad.

“Jackie loves motorsport and he knows Le Mans. It’s with great satisfaction to have him on our side,” Cheng told Endurance-Info.

Cheng, meanwhile, was satisfied with his first laps in the LMP3 car. “The JS P3 is a fantastic car. It’s actually a small LMP2 but in some ways it’s even better than a LMP2.”

The team will receive technical assistance from Eurasia Motorsport.

John Dagys is the founder and Editor-in-Chief of Sportscar365. Dagys spent eight years as a motorsports correspondent for and SPEED Channel and has contributed to numerous other motorsports publications worldwide. Contact John


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