Team LMP Motorsport

Team LMP Motorsport was founded in 2010 is a French motor racing team in the FIA ​​GT3 European Championship and the FIA ​​GT1 World Championship ( as Valmont Racing Team Russia ) with Aston Martin was active.



The Team LMP Motorsport grew out of a collaboration between Guillaume Lecluse and Yves Migeon with Lompech Motorsport in 2010 and continued since its founding only Aston Martin DBRS9 the specification GT3.

In 2010, LMP appeared in the French GT Championship with the two driver pairings Anthony Beltoise and Nicolas Tardif and Grégory Guilvert and Grégoire Demoustier. The best result of the year was a fifth-place finish of a race at Dijon- Prenois.


In 2011, LMP appeared in the French GT Championship again with two vehicles. For the team drove Arnaud Santamato and Luc Paillard and Paul Lamic and Frédéric Gabillon who achieved the best result with a podium. In the same year LMP also put two Aston Martin DBRS9 in the FIA ​​GT3 European Championship. A vehicle was occupied from race to race with different drivers, while the second the season was run over by Maxime Martin and Gael Lesoudier. Martin and Lesoudier achieved three podiums and were joint seventh in the driver standings. The Team LMP Motorsport reached the eighth in team standings.


In 2012, LMP was responsible for the use of two Aston Martin DBRS9 in the FIA ​​GT1 World Championship. The series promoter SRO initiated this commitment to increase the number of vehicles of the Championship to the necessary minimum. The team started with the inclusion of Russia's main sponsor as Valmont Racing Team Russia. Andreas Zuber came with Sergei Afanasyev on together. Maxime Martin shared a vehicle with Alexei Vasilyev and Leonid Machitski later. For the fifth race of the season, the change from elderly DBRS9 was announced on the new Aston Martin Vantage GT3 - since LMP but on the fourth race weekend of the season, withdrew from the series, drove 2012 Aston Martin no longer FIA GT1 World Championship. The Valmont Racing Team Russia remained without points in 2012.

LMP denied in 2012, only the first round of the FIA GT3 European Championship with a vehicle for the Le Mans class winner Tom Kimber -Smith and the Russian driver Natalia Freidina.