24h Le Mans
Jacques Nicolet, the year of pink and black
The two black and pink Pescarolos of OAK Racing have been among the best performing and most reliable competitors of LM P2.
The two black and pink Pescarolos of OAK Racing have been among the best performing and most reliable competitors of LM P2. This has lead to four podiums in five races and third and fourth places in class in the Le Mans Series, and the last step of the podium at the 24 Hours of Le Mans. OAK Racing has been a pioneer in participating as the first LM P2 in the of the History of the Intercontinental Cup in Le Mans. Both in the Le Mans Series and ILMC, the French team won the Michelin Green X Challenge, which rewards the cars have made the best compromise between performance and fuel consumption.
The year has not lacked excitement. At Le Mans Classic, Jacques Nicolet added to a collection of trophies with victory in the Grid 6 devoted to cars that have competed in the 24 Hours of Le Mans from 1972 to 1979. A shared success with the gentleman-driver Jean-Marc Luco the Swiss owner of the Porsche he was driving. Then, along with Joël Rivière and Hervé Poulain , he formed the trio bought the equipment of Pescarolo Sport at the auction of the 15th October allowing the return to racing of the four-time winner of the 24 Hours.
As 2010 concludes, 2011 already looks promising, with the move to LM P1 already announced, there is no doubt the team in pink and black will again be at the forefront of competition.