Lola B10/60 is a sportscar created to compete in the Lmp1 category, according to the ACO regulations. Lola has built cars for Le Mans since 1999; even the factory MG and Aston Martin cars were designed by the English constructor. In 2008, Lola was the first to offer a Coupe design available to privateer teams.
Chassis monocoque and the crash box are made of carbon fiber composite. The suspension scheme is push-rod on both the front and the rear axle, with springs operated via rockers. Gearbox X-track 6 speeds, operated via paddle shift. Brakes have 4 pistons AP Racing calipers and carbon vented rotors. Wheels diameter is 18 inches. Overall weight 900 kg, the minimum according to regulations.
The swiss Rebellion Racing team engaged two Lola B10/60 at the Le Mans 24 Hours 2010; the number 13 was driven by Nicolas Prost, Neel Jani and Marco Andretti. Engine was the Judd GV 5.5, a V10, 72° unit, with 4 valves per cylinder and double overhead camshaft. Displacement was 5.5 liters and weight 135 kilograms; the maximum power, with the two air restrictors required by the Rules, is 650 hp at 7000 rpm.