Fernando Alonso claimed the lap record at the Sebring International Speedway on his way to helping Toyota Gazoo Racing take their sixth consecutive one-two lock out of the FIA World Endurance Championship Super Season.
After the first two free practice sessions of the FIA World Endurance Championship’s 1,000 Miles of Sebring, Toyota Gazoo Racing and Aston Martin Racing consistently dominated their respective classes.
The final 14 24 Hours of Le Mans entries have been announced ahead of the race occurring in three months time.
The initial 42-car entry list has been revealed for the 2019 24 Hours of Le Mans.
As the next round of the 2018/19 FIA World Endurance Championship gets closer, an updated entry list for the 1,000 Miles of Sebring has been released, confirming Corvette Racing’s return to the WEC and Sergey Sirotkin’s endurance debut.
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.
Rain dampened the FIA World Endurance Championship’s 6 Hours of Shanghai, but even with only 4h30m of racing the Toyota’s remained on top. Aston Martin Racing marked a moment in history as they claimed the first win for the new Vantage and their first win of the Super Season.
In the closest qualifying session of 2018, the 6 Hours of Shanghai saw the LMP classes lock out the front rows, but the gaps between the top threes in all classes was very close.
The last FIA World Endurance Championship race gets underway on Sunday at the Shanghai International Circuit. Get ready for the race as The Checkered Flag takes you through the latest news from each of the four WEC classes.
The World Endurance Championship will be introducing a new hypercar class for the 2020/21 season, Since announcing the concept in June a cost saving of around €10million has already been made.
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.
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
Going two seconds clear of the rest of the field, Fernando Alonso has continued Toyota’s run of being on top of every session so far this weekend.
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.