Just under two months ahead of the Super Sebring weekend, the FIA World Endurance Championship has announced their provisional entry list.
Both Toyota Gazoo Racing and Porsche GT Team have secured the fastest lap time in every practice session ahead of the 2019 6 Hours of Fuji.
The 4 Hours of Silverstone appeared to be business per usual as Toyota Gazoo Racing took another easy one-two, but this may be the only easy race they have this season.
Anthony Davidson and Alexandre Coigny have withdrawn from the FIA World Endurance Championship 4 Hours of Silverstone, leading JOTA Sport and Cool Racing LMP2 cars with just two drivers.
The battle is already heating up in LMP1 as Rebellion Racing led Toyota Gazoo Racing in the first practice session of the 2019/20 FIA World Endurance Championship.
Both of the class pole-sitters in the first of the Road To Le Mans races at the Circuit de la Sarthe claimed victory during the 55-minute contest.
Next week, the small sports car manufacturer from the southwest of France will see fifteen of its N30 LMP3 chassis’ racing at La Sarthe.
Toyota and Porsche GT Team secure one-twos at the opening race of the 2019/20 FIA World Endurance Championship, whilst LMP2 and GTE Am have debut winners.
Toyota Gazoo Racing, Team Racing Nederland, AF Corse and Team Project 1 end the morning on top of their respective classes, but the Privateers were closer than ever to the lap times of the Japanese team.
The FIA held a season announcement press conference ahead of the 2018 season, declaring that 41 car would take on the six race calendar