The initial 42-car entry list has been revealed for the 2019 24 Hours of Le Mans.
Keeping up a trend they have had since the 6 Hours of Silverstone in August, Ginetta have once again taken their sole LMP1 car off the entry list for next month’s 6 Hours of Shanghai.
Despite showing flashes of great speed throughout his debut season of IndyCar racing, Jordan King has been dropped by Ed Carpenter Racing for 2019. The British driver has said that he is now pursuing opportunities with other teams for next year, potentially not in IndyCar.
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.
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The new LMP1 Ginetta, being run by Manor CEFC TRSM Racing, has failed to set any lap times for the 6 Hours of Spa-Francorchamps, and their pending issue could lead to them having to forfeit from Le Mans next month.
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’.
Manor believe that the LMP1 class they will be graduating to this season is much more complex than LMP2, so have recruited ex-Formula One engineer Dave Greenwood to join the team as technical director.
Despite dropping off the grid ahead of the 2017 season, the Manor Racing name could return to the sport in the future if a cost cap is introduced to Formula 1.
British racing driver Jordan King will race in the Verizon IndyCar Series for Ed Carpenter Racing, it has been announced today. He will race the road courses and street circuits only.
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With Sauber saying no to the German for 2018, what are his potential avenues for the near future.
Eric Boullier has confirmed that McLaren gave Honda two options ahead of their decision to split, but neither were accepted.
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Pascal Wehrlein loves the combination of a street circuit set at night, and so cannot wait to race in Singapore this weekend.