The inventor of the HANS Device, Robert Hubbard, has died
After entering the FIA World Endurance Championship LM GTE Pro at the start of the ‘Super Season’ last May, BMW Team MTEK may be walking away from the world series with doubt over their 2019/20 return.
Ferrari will only enter two factory GTE Pro cars in this year’s 24 Hours of Le Mans.
Ford reveal their interest to compete in Formula E in the future, as they elevates its options.
Although McLaren have ruled out joining the FIA World Endurance Championship from the start of the ‘Hypercar’ era, in 2020, a late season entry, looking at partaking in the 2021 24 Hours of Le Mans, is “in discussion”.
The FIA World Motor Sport Council announced the finalised ‘hypercar’ class rules for the World Endurance Championship, set to come into action for the 2020/21 season.
The World Endurance Championship may have had its last race of 2018, but the championship continues as part of the ‘Super Season’. Catch up with the current championship standings and who needs to look out for whom.
Ahead of this weekend’s World Endurance Championship event, a new BoP has been released for GTE Pro’s Aston Martins and Ferraris.
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.
It has been nearly two months since the FIA World Endurance Championship has battled it out on the asphalt, but returning to Toyota Gazoo Racing’s home track, the 34 strong grid are ready to go racing again.
The automated BoP system has accrued enough data on the GTE Pro field to assign a new, more relative BoP for this weekend’s 6 Hours of Fuji, and it looks like BMW have gained the most from the performance shift.
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.
Each class has seen a new team take their first pole position of the FIA World Endurance Championship Super Season ahead of tomorrow’s 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.