Porsche test young drivers in Spain

Porsche have undoubtedly been the class of the LMP1 field this year. However, the years to come are the key to a long term of success in any form of motorsport. In order to start looking to the future, Porsche have tested three young drivers in their Le Mans winning Read more…

FIA announce updated driver ratings

The FIA have announced their driver ratings ahead of the 2016 season. As ever, the changes in rating will have an effect on what cars these drivers will be able to drive for next season. As well as the World Endurance Championship, these ratings are used for the IMSA WeatherTech Read more…

Ferrari reveal new GTE Challenger

The GTE class is set for a new look for 2016, with Porsche set to step out of the class. Ford stepping in, and the most successful GTE class in the WEC’s history, the Ferrari 458 Italia, will be replaced. This weekend, Ferrari formally showed off the new Ferrari 488 Read more…

CoTA entry list breaks cover

The Circuit of the Americas is soon becoming one of the biggest circuits for the WEC. After coming onto the calendar in 2013, the circuits first year, to replace Sebring, the Texan track has done nothing but deliver great racing. We take a look at the runners and riders going Read more…

ELMS set to expand for 2016

As the European Le Mans Series gathers at Paul Ricard ahead of this weekends 4 hour race, announcements have been made regarding the next championship season. A longer calendar, longer race weekends, as well as a new and improved support package means the ELMS is set for its best season Read more…

ACO announce successful LMP2 chassis builders

Late last year the world motorsports governing body, the FIA, and the guardians of endurance racing, the ACO, announced a raft of root-and-branch changes to the LMP2 category. Chassis would be limited, they said, to just four manufacturers and a single engine supplier would be selected, despite the class flourishing Read more…

Ford announces 2016 WEC programme

It has been perhaps the worst-kept secret of this year’s Le Mans 24 Hours. But now Ford has finally confirmed its factory-entered GTE programme, which will see Ford’s flagship supercar take to the racetrack in both the World Endurance Championship and the Tudor United Sportscar Championship. The world’s media gathered Read more…