The first Russian LMP1 prototype
Russian company BR Engineering has presented a new sport prototype BR1 to the international motorsport community and media at the final round of the FIA WEC 2017 season in Bahrain. The Russians had announced an agreement between worldwide known Italian sports car manufacturer Dallara and BR Engineering a year ago during FIA WEC "6 hours of Bahrain" race. The LMP1 car has been created and developed to compete in the new super season of the world endurance championship.
Weight: 833 кг
Chassis: Carbon fiber monocoque
Aero Kit: Le Mans & Sprint body kit
Rear wheel drive
6 speed Xtrac
Rear axle mechanical LSD
Tilton clutch, steering wheel paddle controlled
Carbon fiber, Multi disk
AER V6 twin turbo 720 HP
Also can be used:
Gibson V8 LMP1 Spec ~700HP
Facts about the creation of the BR1 LMP1 prototype
In the process of creating aerodynamic elements of the new prototype, 16 wind tunnel sessions were conducted, the total duration of which was 600 hours, during which 1000 tests were performed.

Five SMP Racing drivers took part in the tests on the simulator and on the real prototype, including: Vitaly Petrov, Mikhail Aleshin, Sergey Sirotkin, Kirill Ladygin and Victor Shaytar.

The drivers spent a total of 64 hours on the prototype's simulator, which amounted to 173 sessions or 870 laps.