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.
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.
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.
G-Drive and TDS Racing have lost their appeal with the FIA, ensuring they remain disqualified and hand Signatech the victory.
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.
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.
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.
The ELMS returns to the Austrian Alps for the 2018 4 Hours of Red Bull Ring this weekend. We take a look at what to expect ahead of the race on Sunday.
The class winning #26 G-Drive Racing Oreca and the fourth placed #28 TDS Racing Oreca have both been disqualified from the results of the 24 Hours of Le Mans for illegal parts in their fuel restrictors.
The #8 is in firm control of the 24 Hours of Le Mans after a fuel management mistake from the #7.
A double penalty saw Toyota Gazoo Racing lose a bit of their lead to Rebellion Racing whilst their were spins and mechanical pit stops in the GTE classes.
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The pole position times for the 86th 24 Hours of Le Mans were set in the final qualifying session, but the final order remains the same as it was Wednesday evening.
Sensational lap times have secured provisional pole after the first qualifying session for the 86th 24 Hours of Le Mans.
Welcome to our preview of the LMP2 class at the 86th running of the 24 Hours of Le Mans.
In the European Le Mans Series, it was the #33 TDS Racing car who will start on pole in LMP2 as Racing Engineering spin.