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To my surprise, Peugeot hadn’t completed a 24-hour test prior to homologation and debuting mid-season. That’ll be part of their test program before the year comes to a close.



Glickenhaus are looking to close on a financial package to run the self-owned #708 next year. The #709 is owned by HK Motorcars and doesn’t appear to be looking to race next year.

 

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Not sure what to make of this, but I like it.

 

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Not sure what to make of this, but I like it.

One of those things to take with a healthy bit of skepticism but I definitely like the idea/concepts. The P72 is an incredible-looking car. It’s good to see there’s one rule set capable of attracting boutiques as well.
 

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Here's the latest on driver lineup with pictures of all the cars.

I like the Bykolles.

 

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Richard Mille shuts down his team, but Signatech is in line with Alpine. I think three cars would have been stretched them thin.

Alpine is running two cars next year, so I'm guessing Richard shut down his team because of it. Also, his inituative promoting women and drivers from other disciplines has been a success.

 
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