Spa analysis: slip-ups and teething problems
The 6h Spa offer the teams a great opportunity to iron out any problems before heading to Le Mans. Our analysis shows these problems.
Facts and figures on Toyota’s Le Mans win
A quick look at some of the facts and figures of Toyota’s victory at the 2021 edition of the 24 Hours of Le Mans.
Ginetta quickest in Shanghai free practice
The 4h Shanghai kicked off with a surprise during free practice. Toyota were unable to match the privateer LMP1 cars as Ginetta secured P1.
How the Porsche-BMW battle went down to the wire
The 1000 Miles of Sebring delivered one of the most-gripping GTE Pro battles this season. Data analysis shows just how close it was between Porsche and BMW.
Sebring data: Toyota streets ahead, but which one?
The 1000 Miles of Sebring is a race that won’t be won on single-lap pace. And while qualifying gives us a good impression of who has pace and who doesn’t, data from the free practice sessions at Sebring provides a much clearer indicator of who has genuine pace over the long stints. First of all, […]
Le Mans 2018: The statistics
The 2018 24 Hours of Le Mans provided some unusual and interesting statistics for all those anoraks among us to get our teeth into. We have put together a rundown of the key facts and figures from the 86th running of the famous French endurance race Maiden winners All of the class winners at the […]
Curious late-night incident may have cost Kobayashi
Once again Toyota retired from the 24 Hours of Le Mans while holding a strong lead – just like 2014. This time, the clutch failed on the #7 TS050 of Kamui Kobayashi, Mike Conway and Stéphane Sarrazin while it was leading after 10 hours of the race. However, a curious incident – barely believable had […]
Analysis: Who should have won in Mexico?
So the Six Hours of Mexico has just finished, and I can’t help but keep thinking about the ifs, buts, could have, should have, would haves of the race. There was plenty of them! I started the second half report on WEC-Magazin by saying that there was not a car that did not deserve to […]
Spectator view: 6 Hours of Silverstone
The 6 Hours of Silverstone is a highlight of the British motorsport calendar. With the high calibre of cars, teams, drivers and not to mention variety of machinery on display, for a fraction of the price of a rival Formula One event, it really is a must see event. The first thing to strike you […]
Are Toyota back on track?
Arguably the biggest disappointment of the 2015 season was Toyota Gazoo Racing. Despite being reigning world champions, the Japanese-entered, German-based team quickly realised that it had been left behind by its LMP1 competitors and all-but abandoned the season to focus on 2016. WEC-Magazin takes a look at the numbers from Silverstone to gauge where Toyota may […]