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Race Performance Radical SR9 vs Applewood Seven Oreca FLM09

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Race Performance Radical SR9 vs Applewood Seven Oreca FLM09
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Race Performance Radical SR9 vs Applewood Seven Oreca FLM09

The 2010 Le Mans Series season was the seventh season of Automobile Club de l'Ouest's Le Mans Series. It featured five events between 11 April and 12 September 2010. For the first time in 2010, Formula Le Mans (FLM) cars were run in a fifth class in the series, running alongside Le Mans Prototype cars and GT cars, rather than as a support series. It was also the final season when GT1 cars were allowed to run in the series. (Wikipedia)





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Radical SR9
Radical SR9 (Le Mans Prototype LMP2)

Make:RadicalModel:SR9
Type:Le Mans Prototype LMP2
Team:Race Performance
In the second quarter of 2005, the company announced its plans to race in the LMP2 class of the Le Mans Series with their new SR9. The British Rollcentre Racing team would run the first chassis using Judd power before being joined later in the season by a factory team, known as Team Bruichladdich Radical, who used the AER powerplant. Both teams would score their only points of the season at Nürburgring, with Rollcentre taking third in LMP2 and Radical finishing in fifth.


Oreca FLM09
Oreca FLM09 (Le Mans Prototype LMP2)

Make:OrecaModel:FLM09
Type:Le Mans Prototype LMP2
Team:Applewood Seven
The Formula Le Mans car is built by French manufacturer Oreca and known as the FLM09. The chassis is based on Courage's LC75 LMP2 chassis, while the car's carbon fiber and kevlar bodywork is a simplified version of the LC75's design. All FLM09s use a production-based General Motors small block LS3 V8 which produces approximately 430 horsepower (440 PS).




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