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(From Northampton Chronicle and Echo)
RAY MALLOCK LTD have signalled their intention for class victory at next week's Le Mans 24 hours with an impressive performance in testing.
The Wellingborough squad have entered a Lola-MG for this year's race, the same car which ran last year and unfortunately retired.
But RML have high hopes for an LM2 class win this year after leading the Le Mans European Series race at Spa this season before mechanical problems struck.
The car certainly has the pace and the driver line, but there is always the question of reliability.
Mike Newton, Tommy Erdos and Warren Hughes were second fastest in …