Both DragonSpeed and Aston Martin Racing hace claimed their maiden pole position in LMP2 and LM GTE Pro ahead of tomorrow’s 6 Hours of Fuji.
Both of the Free Practice sessions for the 6 Hours of Fuji today were delayed or cut short due to long periods of red flag conditions. Surprisingly this wasn’t due to the usual bad weather, but loose kerbs on the track.
Codemasters Studio’s F1 2018 launched on 24th August on Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC, and The Checkered Flag’s Aaron Gillard got his hands on of the new game to give his review of the newest F1 entry in the franchise.
The Toyota Gazoo Racing #8 trio of Fernando Alonso, Sebastien Buemi and Kazuki Nakajima took their third victory in a row, whilst the #51 AF Corse found some surprising pace and luck to take the GTE Pro honours at the 6 Hours of Silverstone.
Improving on his FP1 time, Mike Conway put the #7 Toyota Gazoo Racing back on top to claim the team’s second 1-2 of the weekend whilst Aston Martin Racing set ripples in the predicted GTE order.
The FIA World Endurance Championship returned to the track for the first time since Le Mans, but a mid-session incident has seen Bruno Senna fracture his ankle meaning he will take no further part in the Silverstone weekend.
Returning to a race circuit that was nearly dropped from the 2018/19 FIA World Endurance Championship calendar, the grid heads to Silverstone for round three of its longest season to date.
Toyota reserve driver Anthony Davidson talks about his thoughts on losing his race seat to Fernando Alonso.
37 cars will take to the 7.004km track this weekend for the opening round of the FIA World Endurance Championship 2018-19 ‘Super Season’.
Toyota Gazoo Racing took two cars to the World Endurance Championship Prologue and are optimistic about the season after getting some track time with their fellow LMP1 competitors.
After being demoted to allow Fernando Alonso a full season Toyota Gazoo Racing seat, Anthony Davidson has his return to a full season WEC seat all worked out.
Sebestian Buemi, Anthony Davidson and Kazuki Nakajima clinched their record fifth victory of the WEC season in the Bahrain finale, with Toyota Gazoo Racing team-mates finishing a penalised fourth.
The Toyota #8 crew will look to end the 2017 FIA WEC season with their third win in a row, beating Porsche on total victories.
Anthony Davidson was back in the hot seat at Shanghai, though was frustrated after losing the championship despite the Toyota teams win.
Top of the timesheets in both sessions for the #7 car, while #8 finishes fourth and second in Shanghai.