Lola B10/60

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Lola B10/60
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Rebellion Racing's Lola B10/60 2011 24 Hours of Le Mans.
Category Le Mans Prototype LMP1
Constructor Lola Cars International
Predecessor Lola B08/60
Successor Lola B12/60
Technical specifications [1]
Length4,634 mm (182 in)
Width1,990 mm (78 in)
Wheelbase 2,890 mm (114 in)
Weight900 kg (1,984 lb)
Competition history
Notable entrants Flag of Switzerland.svg Rebellion Racing
Debut 2010 8 Hours of Castellet
Last event 2011 6 Hours of Zhuhai

Lola B10/60 is a Le Mans prototype built in 2010 by British Lola Racing Cars in to compete in the European Le Mans Series and Intercontinental Le Mans Cup. It has been entered by the Rebellion Racing team in the since the 2010 season. [2] [3]

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  2. "Lola B10/60". Retrieved 14 August 2022.
  3. "Lola B10/60". Retrieved 14 August 2022.