After 5 years of trying, and following on from a strong podium finish last year. James and car owner Roger Wills were finnaly victorious at the prestigious Spa 6 Hour historic race at the wheel of Rogers Ford GT40.
Podium for James and Dan Gibson in the Broadley T70
5th July 2015
Littlejohn and Wills Win Donington 4hrs
4th July 2015
James and Roger Wills took victory in the inaugural Masters 4hr race at Donington on Saturday 4th July. The pair shared Rogers black and silver Ford GT40 in which the pairing scored a podium finish in the 2014 Spa 6hrs.
After a few car troubles in qualifying Roger started and quickly made a bolt for the lead. James took the middle stint, before handing the car back to Roger for the final part of the race. The last hour saw Roger in an epic battle with the GT40 of Andy Wolf, before the flag just before 8pm.
Radical Masters - Brands Hatch GP
May 17th - 18th
Polesitter James Littlejohn led under intense pressure from LMP2 and VdeV racer Kerr for the whole of his stint but when the front two pitted, Kerr's teammate Hyman appeared in the lead thanks to a shorter mandatory stationary time. The switch was the race's key move, and Hyman was unheaded to the flag.
The fight for second came to a thrilling conclusion as Tom Jordan drew alongside Littlejohn's partner Tony Wells to almost a dead heat on the line, with the latter having the edge by just two-thousandths of a second.
Jordan closed in on Wells after taking over from Alex Kapadia, but the Slim Racing pair had to settle for third and a maiden SR8 podium after falling agonisingly short.
Tony Wells and James Littlejohn teamed up with Greaves Motorsport for the first round of the ELMS at Silverstone. After a successful run in the LMP2 machine at the official Paul Ricard test, they were joined by experienced third driver James Walker.
Qualifying did not go to plan with James only managing 8th position on his LMP2 debut.
James started the race and imediately got stuck in. During the first stint a few overtaking manovers saw James move the 28 car up into third overall, this then became the lead after the pit stops. The trio eventually ended up P6 after getting caught behind a late safety car. Full race report below: