The new Strakka DOME S103 chassis is to hit the track ahead of its racing debut in the FIA World Endurance Championship this week, with three days of running planned at Paul Ricard.

All three WEC drivers, Jonny Kane, Danny Watts and Nick Leventis, will get time behind the wheel of the new cost-capped coupe, giving the car its first proper mileage before the WEC opener at Silverstone on April 20th.

The test comes after the team was forced to skip the 'Prologue', which marked the first official test of the season for all four WEC classes.

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"After missing the Prologue, everybody has been pushing to ensure we get some track mileage ahead of the first round," said Leventis. "The whole team, both at Strakka and at DOME has worked tirelessly to ensure we get some representative running ahead of Silverstone.

"We are playing catch up but with three days testing, coupled with the engineering expertise we have in the team this year, we expect to make good progress."

The S103 chassis has been created in partnership with Japanese sportscar stalwarts DOME.