Although the team has chosen to enter the race with a setup that compromised top speed in favour of stability, World Connect Competition was still able to aim for the GT2 podium while starting from the middle of a 17 cars strong GT2 grid. Sadly, the battle for a podium place was over when the 12 Hours of Le Mans reached its tenth hour and a careless P2 driver approached the slightly slower World Connect Competition 977 GT3 RSR inside the high speed Porsche Curves and failed in his overtake attempt pushing the RSR off the track straight into the track barriers. The team car received heavy damage and lost one lap to the 3rd position in GT2 class while being repaired in the pits. World Connect Competition finished 4th in GT2 class and 16th out of 42 starters.
After two DNFs due to technical failures at Sebring International Raceway and Daytona International Speedway, finishing fourth at Road America as well as Circuit de la Sarthe and a 8th place at Road Atlanta, World Connect Competition was able to finish the RDLMS GT2 Team Championship with 23 points, missing a place in the top 6 by only 3 points.
The RDLMS was a very interesting and exciting experience with many positive and a few negative aspects for World Connect Competition. Altogether the team has learned a lot about league races, team play and fairness on track and has created a good level confidence and solidarity during this season to meet the requirements for future endurance races, and most of all endurance series!
The Team of World Connect Competition wishes to thank everybody who was involved in RDLMS Season 3. This includes the participants, their teams, the creators, the administration, the broadcasters, the providers, Race Department itself and those who have been forgotten but should be mentioned here.
See you next season!