// Motorsports...

One of the world’s oldest and most recognized independent racing car manufacturers, Lola now benefits from Multimatic’s global engineering and manufacturing capabilities.

  • In 2013, Multimatic constructed two Lola B12/60-based racers for Mazda for competition in the then TUDOR United Sports Car Championship.
  • Multimatic Engineering offers existing Lola customers ongoing aerodynamic development and engineering support as well as access to an extensive inventory of parts.
  • Rebellion Racing's Lola B12/60 race cars were dominant in the 2012/2013 WEC LMP1 privateer class, in part thanks to Multimatic's aerodynamic development and composites expertise.
  • Extensive aerodynamic and packaging development work was completed by Multimatic Engineering Huntingdon for the Drayson Lola B12/69 EV land speed record car.
  • Lola's B08/70 was based on the Multimatic-engineered and -built Ford Focus Daytona Prototype, class winner at the 2003 Rolex 24 At Daytona.
  • The chassis structure of Lola's B2K/40 was developed by Multimatic, which also took the car to a Le Mans class win in 2000.

Building on its 15-year, Le Mans-winning association with Lola, Multimatic has retained key engineering and technical staff to ensure design continuity, and brings composites and volume component manufacturing expertise, as well as industry-leading modeling, simulation and testing capabilities to this historic brand.

Lola-CroppedMultimatic delivers:

  • Ongoing sales, support and technical development of existing Lola branded sports cars
  • Engineering, manufacturing and assembly of complete vehicles, including development of new components and race cars
  • Engineering and development of bespoke upgrades / modifications as requested
  • Access to an extensive inventory of Lola bodywork components (in conjunction with partner Carl Haas Automobile Imports)

For more information, please contact:

George Howard-Chappell
Motorsports Business Director