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    What if…? It’s a question that has dominated the history of the XJ13,   Read More ...

Having dominated the inaugural Henderson Insurance Brokers LMP3 Cup Championship, Ecurie Ecosse are delighted to   Read More ...

The final round of the Le Mans Cup proved to be bitter-sweet for Ecurie Ecosse   Read More ...

Ecurie Ecosse continued their podium streak in the Michelin Le Mans Cup at Spa Francorchamps   Read More ...

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    What if…? It’s a question that has dominated the history of the XJ13, a prototype built by Jaguar in 1966 in a quest to continue the marque’s legendary run of success in the Le Mans 24 Hours. Powered by a new quad-cam, 5-litre V12, the XJ13 was Jaguar’s   Read More ...

Having dominated the inaugural Henderson Insurance Brokers LMP3 Cup Championship, Ecurie Ecosse are delighted to confirm its return to the series with Nielsen Racing as they seek to defend its impressive championship winning record with an adjusted driver line-up. Colin Noble returns to the team, keen to add to the   Read More ...

Following a standout season in 2017 that saw Ecurie Ecosse shine in the Michelin Le Mans Cup and claim title honours in the Henderson Insurance Brokers LMP3 Cup in the UK, the Nielsen-run squad return to both series and expand further its programme in 2018 as they step up to   Read More ...

The final round of the Le Mans Cup proved to be bitter-sweet for Ecurie Ecosse as the team travelled to Portimao this weekend (20-22 October). A strong run in qualifying and then a great first stint from Tony Wells ultimately yielded a fifth-place finish as Colin Noble struggled with the   Read More ...

Ecurie Ecosse continued their podium streak in the Michelin Le Mans Cup at Spa Francorchamps at the weekend (22-23 September) as they notched up another second position to all but confirm the runner-up position in the championship. Tony Wells and Colin Noble teamed up once again in the #79 Ligier   Read More ...

Having started fourth and stormed through the field to pull out a lead of over 40 seconds, Ecurie Ecosse were left disappointed on Sunday (17 September) at Donington with the first failure to finish a Henderson Insurance Brokers LMP3 Cup Championship race all season. Alasdair McCaig and Colin Noble finished   Read More ...