After 13 months of racing, the showpiece end to the 2018-19 FIA World Endurance Championship is upon us: the 24 Hours of Le Mans. This year’s race is unusual. It’s… Read More »
Aston Martin has become the first manufacturer to reveal its Le Mans “hypercar”, under the new rules for 2020-2021. The British brand will return to the top class of the… Read More »
Prepare to say farewell to the prototype era. A new set of rules agreed by the FIA and ACO confirms that the new top category will use hypercars more closely… Read More »
This year is going to be a significant change for the World Endurance Championship. For a start, it’ll be 14 months long… Today, the WEC has announced the teams who’ll… Read More »
British sports car maker Ginetta has officially unveiled its new LMP1 race car, ahead of the 2018/19 World Endurance Championship. Following the initial announcement last year, the company has revealed… Read More »
It’s a little too early to say that the World Endurance Championship (WEC) is a series in crisis. The signs aren’t good though; only one manufacturer remains in the top… Read More »
The future of LMP1 is in doubt today, as Porsche has announced it too is terminating its involvement. The German manufacturer is the fourth factory team to withdraw from LMP1… Read More »
The Le Mans 24 Hours is an unforgiving race. With cars running at full throttle for significant periods and immense stops, Le Mans will test any machine. Add in the… Read More »
The most experienced driver in Formula One history had to fulfill some time in the simulator ahead of this month’s 24 Hours of Le Mans.
A sixty strong field of motorsport’s elite has been revealed ahead of June’s event.
Germany took on Japan in this year’s battle around Belgium.
An exciting start to the season saw a late-race pass for the win in LMP1, and last-lap controversy in GTE Am.