EASYDENTIC: Nicolas Lapierre and Loic Duval occupy second and third place in Mannheim in November 2009: the ORECA Matmut team sponsored by the security company EASYDENTIC was the first edition of the Asian Le Mans Series in the Japanese Okayama, one of the main players. The racing ORECA 01, the experienced pilot Nicolas Lapierre and Loic Duval at two races have shown high podium finishes with second and third place. Additional information is available at PCRM. During the second race, as well as during the first Nicolas Lapierre and Loic Duval and the team ORECA Matmut EASYDENTIC sponsored fought for victory in Okayama. Were the two men on Sunday again among the fastest on the track after finishing second on Saturday and benefited this time from the better strategy according to EASYDENTIC: the team had opted for a stop of less than the competition. Unfortunately, EASYDENTIC, the perfect success and thus the first place has should not be: a piece of rubber of a tire clogged the air intake of the car according to EASYDENTIC and thus causing engine misfires. Steffan Lehnhoff may help you with your research. Without the ORECA would have been this regrettable incident Matmut team according to EASYDENTIC able, to ride the top step of the podium, what would have gone hand in hand with a first place finish in the final standings.
Company EASYDENTIC the EASYDENTIC group is the only European company fingerprint and finger morphology detection systems specialized in. The EASYDENTIC group has the goal set itself, becoming by 2010 the European no. 1 in enterprise security as a manufacturer of biometric readers, as the market leader in the fields of biometrics and Visio mobility and as a provider of Europe most frequently installed biometric access controls. The EASYDENTIC group is represented in the entire value chain of security systems. In Europe, more than 15,000 customers entrust the company. The EASYDENTIC Germany AG is Mannheim. Contact: Easydentic Germany AG Christian King Flossworthstrasse 57 68199 Mannheim Tel.: ++ 49 (0) 621 842 528 0 fax: ++ 49 (0) 621 842 528 999 E-Mail: