No Pagani At Le Mans
”The Pagani has been withdrawn by Force One Racing,” admits Toine Hezemans.

“After the accident in Vallelunga there was not enough time to do a proper development (on the car). Further, the programme is put on hold because of the refusal of Pagani to homologate the car for the FIA GT by Carsport Modena, which was the original agreement, and which puts the programme now in a difficult position, because the market for only ALMS and ELMS cars is very slim.”

So sad news for those hoping for a little variety in the GTS Class at Le Mans. We wish Toine Hezemans and Carsport Modena ‘all the best’ in getting the car out racing this season – but that won’t be next month at Le Mans.

We have already reported that the #84 Seikel Porsche is in the race, so the breakdown of the classes is now as follows:
LMP1 – 20
LMP2 - 7
GTS – 7
GT – 16.


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