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Oreca 07
TDS Racing Oreca 07 Perrodo Silverstone 2018.jpg
CategoryLe Mans Prototype 2
ConstructorOreca
Designer(s)David Floury
PredecessorOreca 05
Technical specifications[1]
ChassisCarbon fibre monocoque
Suspension (front)Double wishbone, push rod operated over damper
Suspension (rear)Double wishbone, push rod operated over damper
Length4,745 mm (186.8 in)
Width1,895 mm (74.6 in)
Height1,045 mm (41.1 in)
Axle trackfront 1,570 mm (61.8 in)
rear 1,550 mm (61.0 in)
Wheelbase3,005 mm (118.3 in)
EngineOreca 07 / Alpine A470 / Aurus 01
Gibson GK-428 4.2 litre V8 naturally aspirated

Acura ARX-05
Acura HR35TT 3.5 litre V6 twin-turbo mid-engined, longitudinally mounted
TransmissionX-Trac 6-speed sequential manual
Power603 HP
Weight930 kg (2,050 lb)
FuelMotul
Total
VP Racing Fuels
LubricantsPennzoil
TyresMichelin
Dunlop
Continental
Competition history
Notable entrantsOreca 07
China Jackie Chan DC Racing
United Kingdom Jota Sport
Denmark High Class Racing
United Kingdom United Autosports
France Graff
France TDS Racing
Portugal Algarve Pro Racing
France Duqueine Engineering
United Kingdom RLR Msport
France IDEC Sport
France Richard Mille Racing Team
Switzerland Vaillante Rebellion
China CEFC Manor TRS Racing
United States DragonSpeed
Japan K2 Uchino Racing
Russia G-Drive Racing
Germany Phoenix Racing
United States Era Motorsport
India Racing Team India
Denmark High Class Racing
United Kingdom United Autosports
France Panis Barthez Competition
France Duqueine Engineering
United Kingdom BHK Motorsport
Switzerland Cool Racing
Germany Phoenix Racing

Alpine A470
France Signatech Alpine Matmut

Aurus 01
Russia G-Drive Racing with Algarve

Acura ARX-05
United States Acura Team Penske
United States Meyer Shank Racing w/ Curb-Agajanian
United States Wayne Taylor Racing
Debut2017 24 Hours of Daytona
RacesWins
48+27+
Teams' Championships11 (2017 ELMS, 2017 FIA WEC, 2018 ELMS, 2018–19 FIA WEC, 2019 ELMS, 2019 IMSA SCC, 2019-20 Asian LMS, 2019–20 FIA WEC, 2020 ELMS, 2020 IMSA SCC, 2021 Asian LMS)
Drivers' Championships11 (2017 ELMS, 2017 FIA WEC, 2018 ELMS, 2018–19 FIA WEC, 2019 ELMS, 2019 IMSA SCC, 2019-20 Asian LMS, 2019–20 FIA WEC, 2020 ELMS, 2020 IMSA SCC, 2021 Asian LMS)

The Oreca 07 is a Le Mans Prototype built by French manufacturer Oreca to meet the 2017 FIA and ACO LMP2 regulations.[1] It made its official race debut in the opening round of the 2017 IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship, the 24 Hours of Daytona,[2] and its FIA World Endurance Championship debut at the 2017 6 Hours of Silverstone. The car is the successor to the Oreca 05.

Development

Oreca 07 with LMP2 Endurance Trophy
Oreca 07 with LMP2 Endurance Trophy

The preparation of the prototype trace back to the development of the Oreca 05. The Oreca 05 was developed with the consideration of what the factory knew about the new technical rules for the LMP2 class in the FIA World Endurance Championship for 2017. Taking knowledge from the Oreca 05’s performance, the French team decided to develop a new car, and based it around the predecessor. Oreca’s goal was to maximize the performance by focusing on the energy and resource usage. The team opted to use this strategy not only to build a car based on a proven predecessor, but also to allow teams update their Oreca 05’s within reason to costs. The chassis of the Oreca 07 is mainly based on the 05, with the monocoque being not focused on much with the car. The Oreca 07 internals come equipped with a Gibson GK-428 V8 engine.[1][3]

The car performed its first factory shakedown test in late October 2016 at Circuit Paul Ricard.[3]

Alpine A470

Alpine A470 of Signatech Alpine Matmut
Alpine A470 of Signatech Alpine Matmut

French car manufacturer Alpine raced the Alpine A470 in the FIA World Endurance Championship with Team Signatech Alpine Matmut. This car is technically identical to the Oreca 07, using the same chassis and internals, with Alpine branding. This is the successor to the Alpine A460, which Alpine raced and won the LMP2 category for the 2016 FIA World Endurance Championship season.[4]

Acura ARX-05

Acura ARX-05
Acura ARX-05

A variation of the prototype, the Acura ARX-05, was created for IMSA's WeatherTech SportsCar Championship Prototype class under the DPi regulations. The car was developed in partnership with Honda Performance Development and Oreca.[5] The powerplant of the vehicle is a production-based 3.5 litre V6 twin-turbo Acura AR35TT. Other alterations from the 07 include Acura-specific bodywork.

A pair of cars will be campaigned in the 2020 WeatherTech SportsCar Championship under the Team Penske banner.[6]

Aurus 01

G-Drive Racing competed with Oreca 07, and in 2019 rebranded it as Aurus 01
G-Drive Racing competed with Oreca 07, and in 2019 rebranded it as Aurus 01
G-Drive Oreca 07 rear lights on display in the rain
G-Drive Oreca 07 rear lights on display in the rain

G-Drive Racing competed with Oreca 07 in 2017 and 2018. Russian car manufacturer Aurus partnered with them in 2019 to rebrand it as Aurus 01 and to race it in the European Le Mans Series. This car is technically identical to the Oreca 07, using the same chassis and internals, with Aurus branding.[7]

Rebellion R13

External links

Media related to Oreca 07 at Wikimedia Commons

References

  1. ^ a b c ""ORECA 07 Media Kit"" (PDF). Oreca. Retrieved 2016-12-22.
  2. ^ ""Oreca 07 Turns First Laps at Paul Ricard"". Sportscar365. Retrieved 2016-10-26.
  3. ^ a b ""Oreca 07 LMP2 On Track At Paul Ricard"". dailysportscar.com. Archived from the original on 2018-06-19. Retrieved 2016-10-26.
  4. ^ ""2017 Alpine A470"". Ultimatecarpage.com. Retrieved 2016-10-26.
  5. ^ ""Acura DPi Set to Begin Testing This Month"". sportscar365.com. Retrieved 2017-07-12.
  6. ^ ""Acura-Penske DPi Effort Revealed"". dailysportscar.com. Archived from the original on 2017-09-21. Retrieved 2017-07-11.
  7. ^ Goodwin, Graham (2019-04-02). "G-Drive Racing Confirm Aurus 01 Gibson Effort In 2019 ELMS & Le Mans 24 Hours – dailysportscar.com". www.dailysportscar.com. Archived from the original on 2019-09-08. Retrieved 2019-08-23.
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