ELMS Wraps Up The Year In Portugal. Watch Qualifying LIVE
The 4 Hours of Portimão will be held this weekend in Portugal, the final round of the 2020 European Le Mans Series.
Here are five facts about this finale.
If United Autosports win the 4 Hours of Portimão (25 points) or finish second, they will score the highest number of points ever scored in ELMS history. The current record was set by G-Drive Racing in 2017, the Russian team amassing 110 points during the six races held that year.
If Proton Competition win the LMGTE titles, it will become the first GTE team to be crowned European champions twice. Since 2013, when LMGTE Pro and LMGTE Am became one class, the titles have been won by different teams: Ram Racing in 2013, SMP Racing in 2014, Formula Racing in 2015, Beechdean AMR in 2016, JMW Motorsport in 2017, Proton Competition in 2018 and Luzich Racing in 2019.
In LMP3, if United Autosports is crowned 2020 champions, they will be the first team in the ELMS history to win the titles in both the LMP2 and LMP3 classes in the same season.
In LMP2 and LMP3, we have seen three different winners of the 4 Hours of Portimão.
Proton Competition, and Christian Ried are the only team and driver to have won the 4 Hours of Portimão twice.
The 4 Hours of Portimão will take place on Sunday 1st November from 11h00 (local time). While the race will be held behind closed doors, fans will have the possibility to watch the qualifying sessions and the race live and for free on all ELMS platforms (website, Facebook, Youtube, In Pit Lane.COM).