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Graff Downsizes LMP2 Entry, Confirms Large LMP3 Presence

Graff downsizes to one LMP2 car but expands its LMP3 program…

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Graff has revealed its programs for the upcoming season, with a downsize to just one LMP2 car in the European Le Mans Series but an expanded LMP3 presence.

The French team will run an Oreca 07 Gibson for Alexandre Cougnaud, Tristan Gommendy and Jonathan Hirschi, the same trio as drove one of its LMP2 cars last season.

Last season, it also ran one of the G-Drive Racing entries in ELMS, in addition to the Cougnaud/Gommendy/Hirschi car.

It has submitted two applications for the 24 Hours of Le Mans, one as Graff and another as Graff-SO24 with Vincent Capillaire.

Graff will also enter a Norma M30 Nissan in ELMS under a Swiss license as Realteam, with David Droux and Esteban Garcia sharing driving duties.

In addition, it will run a pair of Normas in the Michelin Le Mans Cip for Eric and Adrien Trouillet, and Nicolas Schatz and Adrien Chila.

Finally, it will run four LMP3 cars – two Normas and two Ligier JS P3 Nissans – in the new Ultimate Cup Series.

Jake Kilshaw is a UK-based journalist who is Sportscar365's European Editor and also Managing Editor for e-racing365. He is a student of Politics and International Relations. Contact Jake

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