Constructed from: 2015, the cars have Nissan v8 VK50VE engines of 5.00l, producing 420 bhp.
Compete in the ACO LMP-3 Championships and similar
This Juno Race Cars' design for the newly announced (in 2013) LMP3 class was purchased by Ginetta when Juno was acquired by Ginetta.
This was the first car to be produced to the new regulations. The first le Mans Prototype 3 (LMP3) car to hit the tracks, with six of the cars competing in the 2015 European le Mans Series (ELMS).
The 'factory' team finished the season in first and second places overall and Ginettas won all of the races in 2015.
A dispute with engine and transmission supplier Oreca, led to the LMP3 project ending here, however, the design was used as the basis of G57, G57 P2, G58 and the latestLMP3 (G61-LT-P3) cars.