Six GTE cars for the 2018 European Le Mans Series

6 cars will once again make the LMGTE a class of quality with three Ferrari 488s and three Porsche 911s.
2017 ELMS LMGTE Champions, and 24 Hours of Le Mans class winners, JMW Motorsport will return to defend their title against some stiff competition from Spirit of Race and Proton Competition.
2017 Michelin Le Mans Cup GT3 Champions Ebimotors have moved up to the LMGTE class in the ELMS, the Italian outfit swapping their GT3 Lamborghini for a Porsche 911 RSR with 2017 drivers champion Fabio Babini as the lead driver.

American team Krohn Racing return to the ELMS and to the LMGTE class after a brief flirtation with LMP2.  Texan team owner Tracy Krohn returns to head the driver line up in the bright green Ferrari.
European Le Mans Series Press Release
Photos: Ferrari / Porsche