Plowman Set to Race at the 24 Hours of Le Mans

Posted on: June 22nd, 2013 by Martin Plowman

Martin Plowman will be driving in the 24 Hours of Le Mans, set to http://drik.net/generic-cialis-price begin Saturday, June 22 at 9am ET. Plowman, driver of the #35 OAK Racing Morgan is anticipating his first start in the internationally acclaimed race. He will join teammates Bertrand Baguette and Ricardo Gonzalez in the quest for a win.

 

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Plowman has been in Le Mans since Saturday, making appearances and practicing for the big race. His team, OAK Racing, is based in Le Mans and as the hometown team, Plowman and his teammates have been making additional appearances for the local fans. Wednesday and Thursday were official practice and qualifying days. Plowman struggled to get time in the car, as everyone was facing tricky damp conditions and shortened track time due to several session stops from damaged cialis barriers. The few laps he did on Thursday were under damp conditions, but were still one of the fastest of that moment. The #35 car qualified ninth in the P2 category.

 

The 24 Hours of Le Mans will be live streamed at www.fiawec.com. The green flag will fly at 9am ET on Saturday, June 22, and the checkered flag will drop at 9am ET on Sunday, June 23.

 

Martin Plowman: “I am absolutely thrilled to be finally racing in the 24 Hours of the Le Mans. This is such an iconic race and it has been amazing to see the fans here this week. We know as a car that we have more than enough speed to compete, and between the the drivers we have a strong line up. The real keys to the race will be to try to stay focused and calm no matter what might happen, hope the car stays in one piece without any issues, and above all, never give in.”

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Clay Cook says:

Looking forward to a great race, LMP2 ultra competitive as always and wishing you a fantastic experience.

Enjoy!