Nicolas Perrin, who brought you his fantastic LMP1 and F1 car designs is now Head of Trackside Engineering of the revived Manor/Marussia F1 Team.
Two aspiring, soon-to-be racing teams made their move of getting you involved in competing at the Monaco Grand Prix and/or the 24 Hours of Le Mans.
As the myTeam Perrinn P1 1:1 model has left for the paint shop to get ready for its road trip across Europe, we have a look back at how European-centred sportscar and US-dominant stock car racing have similar backgrounds.
Perrinn MyTeam opened up its merchandise box and challenges its members to participate in a competition to win some unique prizes, including a one-off Le Mans racer replica. Get your Team US together!
Of all happenings! The first real touches on a not yet quite real LMP1 car, but a full-scale model.
A few more technical details emerged of the Perrinn myP1 car, still set to tackle the 2015 Le Mans 24 Hours.
New regulations, new teams, new drivers, yet not unconvnentional results at the 2014 edition of the Le Mans 24 Hours. Former LMP1 race engineer and current designer gets an insight of what happened this year and what to look out for next year.
As the Perrinn myP1 car is taking shape (literally), here's an exclusive preview on the design of the car and model you will be able to see this summer.
If you live in Europe, you can get a taste of how the Perrinn myTeam LMP1H car will look like, as a 1:1 scale model is being built as of now and will do a tour of the continent later this summer.
A few might have observed the "coasting" strategy used in F1 getting around the track for fuel efficiency. But is it for such purpose. Hybrid systems are a game-changer and Nicolas Perrin explains how to be fastest at Le Mans with an LMP1-H car.
The hot topic following the Australian Grand Prix earlier this year was the fuel-flow measurement regulation that was the key issue of Daniel Ricciardo's DNQ from the podium. But here's why it's a great tool.
Nicolas Perrin gives an insight to the drag vs. power tug-of-war with the LMP1 cars on the Circuit de la Sarthe.
Ex-F1 engineer, Nicolas Perrin shared some very interesting technological details about the challenge of Le Mans, with more to come during the weekend and next week.
During Le Mans week, you will get 100% accessibility to Perrinn myTeam's thought process of creating the car that will tackle the 24-hour race. First time for any World Championship team.
There have always been people in motorsports who turned all conventions upside down, breaking new grounds. Sometimes it's in-your-face visible, sometimes it's modestly subtle. Engineer Nicolas Perrin is doing a quiet revolution for all of us.