The #7 Toyota TS050 of has taken pole position for the championship showdown at the 2020 8 Hours of Bahrain.
The #7 Toyota Gazoo Racing TS050 will start the 88th running of the 24 Hours of Le Mans after a fast and frenetic Hyperpole session.
The 24 cars set to compete in the 24 Hours of Le Mans’ first-ever Hyperpole session were determined in a fast and furious 45-minute session late on Thursday afternoon.(more…)
Rebellion Racing will start the 6 Hours of Spa from pole as the FIA WEC gets back underway following its forced six-month break.
Rebellion Racing secured pole as the WEC returns to COTA after a three-year hiatus. Aston Martin topped the timesheets in GTE Pro.
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.
Toyota Gazoo Racing locked out the front row in the first WEC qualifying session of the season. In GTE Pro, Ferrari finished first and second fastest.
Toyota will start the 87th 24 Hours of Le Mans from pole after Kamui Kobayashi’s Q2 flyer of 3:15.497 in the #7 TS050 was unable to be beaten in Q3.
Toyota Gazoo Racing locked out the provisional front row in the second of three qualifying sessions at Le Mans. Porsche were fastest in GTE Pro in Q2.
Toyota Gazoo Racing didn’t put a foot wrong in qualifying at Spa to lock out the front row. In GTE Pro, Ford will start from pole position.