Epsilon Euskadi ee1
The Epsilon Euskadi ee1 is developed by the Spanish racing team Epsilon Euskadi Le Mans Prototype LMP1 class. The car debuted at the 2008 1000 km of Barcelona.
2008 you contested the Le Mans Series. In the first three runs now was a ee1 at the start, with the finals on the Nürburgring and Silverstone to put a second ee1 one. In the 1000 km of Spa you could with Angel Burgueño and Miguel Angel de Castro at the overall eleventh and seventh place come in the LMP-1 class in goal. This was the best finish in a rather mixed season.
At the 24 Hours of Le Mans in 2008 were both ee1 at the start, but the race could not finish.
It was designed ee1 in 2007 by John Travis. In early drafts were still twice the roll bar available, as it was prescribed for open sports prototypes such as the Audi R10 TDI. Because of the organizing 24 Hours of Le Mans ACO sought to allow only closed prototype from 2010, the design was modified and fitted the car with a roof. Another change was the introduction of a high nose, as usual formula vehicles.
Equipped the ee1 was in the 2008 racing season with a Judd GV5.5 S2 engine. The choice of tires you put on Michelin.