Rebellion Racing will start the 6 Hours of Spa from pole as the FIA WEC gets back underway following its forced six-month break.
A new era is on the horizon, with prototype convergence between the US sportscar racing and the WEC for the first time in decades. What does it all mean?
The #1 Rebellion Racing R13 of Bruno Senna, Gustavo Menezes and Norman Nato took victory at the WEC’s 2020 Lone Star Le Mans six-hour race at the Circuit of the Americas.(more…)
Rebellion Racing secured pole as the WEC returns to COTA after a three-year hiatus. Aston Martin topped the timesheets in GTE Pro.
Racing Team Nederland is practically the national team for oranje fans. Our Dutch photographer Ton got the chance to catch up with the team.
We sat down with WEC Race Director Eduardo Freitas on his role in race control, how to become a race director and which team is his favourite.
It’s all change in the FIA WEC calendar 2020/2021. Not only will the new Le Mans Hypercars make their competitive debuts, the calendar has been given a bit of a shake-up too. Some familiar faces return, but there are also some new destinations, as well as a new continent. New Read more…
What we know so far about the new Le Mans Hypercar category, which is set to debut in the FIA WEC at the start of the 2020/2021 season.
Toyota Gazoo Racing picked up a one-two at the 8 Hours of Bahrain, but it was a story of what might have been for the privateer LMP1 competitors.
Rebellion had the edge over Ginette and Toyota in qualifying for the 8 Hours of Bahrain to take pole position. In GTE Pro, Porsche was fastest.