ACO gives new details on future LM P2
The ACO press conference is the traditional annual meeting to discuss the future of 24 hours but also of endurance. Months after confirming the launch of a new generation of LM P2s scheduled for 2025, the Automobile Club de l’Oeste, through its president Pierre Fillon, has provided new details regarding the category.
No BoP but AOP for future LM P2
The future generation cohort of LM P2 will be valid for a period of 5 years from 2025 to 2030. The goal is ” Reduce both vehicle and operation costs,” in collaboration with manufacturers such as Dallara, Oreca, Multimatic and Ligier. A system based on the basis of the future queen division, LMDh.
While the topic of BoP is raised for the future of the category, it is ultimately AOP that ACO turns to. This performance adjustment will be done twice a year to balance the performance of the cars on the grid.
As a reminder, the introduction of LM P2s is set for 2025. To allow sufficient time for a thorough review of the technical status, to ensure cost control targets are met and to allow a stable transition from the current generation of LMP2 cars. »
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