ByKolles Racing has taken the wraps off a new livery for its ENSO CLM P1/01 Gibson that will be taking part in the 24 Hours of Le Mans.
The Austrian-flagged squad has collaborated with livery designer Mark Antar Design for the second consecutive year to create a “new look” to its LMP1 non-hybrid, according to the team’s director of operations Boris Bermes.
“[Mark] delivered our best and most refined livery to date along with stunning 3D visuals to showcase the design in its full glory,” Bermes said.
Antar added: “The colors remain unmistakably ByKolles, while the main graphics on the sides and front nose take influence from the new logo to enforce a strong brand image, fit to compete in the legendary 24 Hours of Le Mans race.”
Tom Dillmann and Oliver Webb will be joined by BMW factory driver on-loan Bruno Spengler for the race, in what is expected to be the last outing for the LMP1 era at the French endurance classic.
The team is coming off its first race of the year in the Total 6 Hours of Spa, where it showed encouraging pace before battling issues.