Strakka Racing has finally pulled the wraps off its DOME S103, unveiling its new livery ahead of its debut season in the World Endurance Championship.

The much-anticipated LMP2 car has been in development for over a year after it was originally scheduled to compete in the 2014 World Endurance Championship. However, constant problems with the DOME S103 forced the Silverstone-based team to delay the car a year and target 2015.

The team is now satisfied with its LMP2 car after completing 4,000kms of mileage during pre-season testing in Aragon and will make its competitive debut at the first round of the 2015 WEC at Silverstone on 12th April.

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Strakka Racing is one of 10 entries preparing for the new WEC season in the LMP2 class, with its Nissan-powered car to be driven by Nick Leventis, Danny Watts and Jonny Kane.

The new car is set to make its first public appearance at the WEC Prologue at the Paul Ricard circuit on the 27-28th March.