SEBAH RACING emmanuel collard

Sebah Automotive will again be managing and operating the two LMP1 prototypes during 2011 that are running under the Rebellion Racing team name.  The 2011 Rebellion Racing programme is an evolution of the partnership between Sebah, Speedy Racing and Rebellion, which sees the team move forward into its fourth year together.

In 2008, racing as “Speedy Racing Team Sebah” the team ran one Lola coupe in the LMP2 category in the full season of the Le Mans Series and at the 24 Heures du Mans.  Their best result in 2008 was a podium finish in second place at Barcelona.

In 2009 Speedy Racing Team Sebah stepped up by not only continuing to run the LMP2 car, but also a Lola-Aston Martin car in the LMP1 class.  The LMP2 car finished 2nd at Le Mans, 2nd in the Le Mans Series Championship and won the Michelin Green X Challenge.  The LMP1 car finished 5th and as the highest placed privateer entry in the Le Mans Series.

In 2010 the team renamed itself to “Rebellion Racing”.  The progression of the team continued as they moved completely into the LMP1 category with two cars.  Using a “Rebellion” engine that was developed in partnership with Judd (Engine Developments Ltd), the team ran two cars in the full Le Mans Series and at the 24 Heures du Mans.  The team had three podiums in the year, third place at Le Castellet and second at the Algarve and the Hungaroring.  Rebellion Racing finished in third place in the LMP1 Teams Classification.

For 2011, Rebellion Racing is partnering with Toyota as they return to endurance racing.  The relationship with Lola also continues with the two 2011 cars being the latest specification LMP1 coupe from the Huntingdon, England based marque.  Following the untimely passing of Hugh Hayden at the end of 2010, Sebah is now led by Hugh’s son Bart Hayden.  The progression of the team in the previous seasons is continuing again as will run one car in the 2011 Intercontinental Le Mans Cup.


2nd 2010 Le Mans Series LMP1 Manufacturer championship, behind Peugeot, in front of Audi and Aston Martin
3rd 2010 Le Mans Series LMP1 Team championship, 3 podium finishes in 5 Le Mans Series races.



2009 WINNER MICHELIN Green X Challenge
2nd 2009 Le Mans Series LMP2 Team championship
2nd 2009 Le Mans Series LMP2 Drivers championship
Winner 2009 LE MANS SERIES 1000 km of Silverstone LMP2, 2nd 1000 km of Spa LMP2
2nd at 2009 Le Mans 24 Hours LMP2 .
First private team in 2009 LE MANS SERIES LMP1 Team championship (5th overall)
First private team car on 2009 Le Mans 24 Hours starting grid (top ten overall)
First closed LMP2 entering 2008 Le Mans 24 Hours in history
2nd 2008 1000 km of Barcelona (First ever team race in prototype & first ever race of Lola B08 coupé concept).



2nd 2007 Le Mans Series GT2 Team championship (as managing Felbermayr-Proton Porsche entry)
First International victory for Porsche 997 RSR (2007 1000 km of Valencia)
2006 Le Mans 24 Hours (Porsche)
2005 CHAMPION Le Mans Series GT2 Team (Porsche)
2005 CHAMPION Le Mans Series GT2 Drivers
5th 2005 Le Mans 24 Hours GT2 class (Porsche)
2004 CHAMPION Le Mans Series GT2 Team (Porsche)
3rd 2004 Le Mans Series GT2 Drivers championship.