For all the talk about LMP2 being one of the most closely fought classes in the World Endurance Championship, one team has been doing all the winning so far in 2020: United Autosports. But what about the European Le Mans Series? Erm, same there.
ORECAs fielded by the team co-owned by Zak Brown and Richard Dean have won all five races held under ACO-sanctioned rules this year across the two series, a run that goes back to the Bahrain WEC round in December last year at tracks including Austin, Paul Ricard (twice) and Spa (twice).
No wonder then that Paul di Resta, who has won the past three WEC rounds alongside championship leaders Filipe Albuquerque and Phil Hanson (who have also taken two of United's wins in the ELMS) is looking forward to this weekend's Le Mans 24 Hours rather more so than in the past two years.