Norma M30 LMP3 Sports Racing Prototype
Asian Le Mans Series Championship Winner
£140k including bodywork spares
The Norma M30 cars debuted in 2017 in the LMP3 category. The LMP3 class was created as an entry level prototype class to encourage new drivers and teams to participate in endurance racing before progressing to the larger and faster LMP2 and Hypercar prototypes
The Norma M30 model was highly successful. It won the 2017 Michelin Le Mans Cup in its debut year entered by DKR Engineering with drivers Jean Glorieux and Alexander Toril. The Norma won the 55 minute race at Le Mans, and also won at the Red Bull Ring, Paul Ricard, and Spa on its way to clinching the championship. Erwin Creed and Ricky Capo also won the 2017 4 Hours of Monza with their M.Racing-YMR Norma 30
Across the Atlantic in the U.S. the Normas debuted in the IMSA Prototype Challenge series, racing at circuits such as Sebring, Watkins Glen, Trois Rivieres, Barber, Road Atlanta, and others. The Norm M30 achieved multiple victories, pole positions, and fast laps at the hands of Colin Thompson.
Norma M30 Ultimate Car Page launch article
This particular Norma is the ex-Tony Wells/Colin Noble, Nielsen Racing M30 that won the 2019, Asian Le Mans Championship. Asian Le Mans Championship Highlights 1 Asian Le Mans Championship Highlights 2. The Wells/Noble pairing combined to win at Bend Motorsport Park in Australia. They finished second at the Shanghai International F1 Circuit, and second again at the Buriram International Circuit in Thailand. They rounded out the season with a 4th place finish at the Sepang International Circuit in Malaysia.
Chassis: Carbon fiber monocoque. Double wishbone suspension front and rear with Öhlins TTx dampers.
Engine: Nissan VK50 V8
Gearbox: Xtrac 1152 Sequential 6 speed gearbox
Brakes: AP Racing Ventilated discs, 6-pot calliper
Mileage: 5,500km (Engine), 6,500km (Gearbox), 16,000km (Chassis)
Mileage available: 10,000km
Car owned from new by Nielsen racing for Asia 2020 and ELMS 2020 seasons.
The Norma has all options
Full Staubli dry break refuelling system
Heated screen fitted with tear offs from new (never ran without)
105l ATL fuel cell (currently limited to 100l)
The Norma is currently in 2016 spec to conform to Masters European Regulations. However, it can easily be remapped to give another 50bhp.
The car is in immaculate condition and ready to run for a couple of seasons of low maintenance running and low costs.
The Norma is currently located in the U.K. We can assist with shipping worldwide. Just let us know your nearest port and we can obtain a quote for you.
This is world class sports car racing that is now available to us mere mortals. The Norma is affordable to acquire and to run. This one also has championship winning pedigree.
Did you ever imagine that we would have an opportunity in our lifetimes to race a modern LMP car like this at some of the world’s greatest racing venues, and at some of the world’s greatest events? Well, the moment has arrived.
Please contact us for a copy of the brochure on the car.