2015 WEC begins to take shape

The long winter season break is almost over for the WEC, with the full grids for the 2015 season and the 83rd edition of the 24 Hours of Le Mans set to be announced at 15:00 on February fifth (CET). Here is a round up of all the big news Read more…

WEC drivers set to star in 24 Hours of Daytona

The TUDOR United Sportscar Championship is heading into it’s second season this weekend with the season kicking off with the world famous 24 hour race at Daytona. Among the 53 starters there is a healthy representation of WEC drivers that will be competing in the endurance classic. We take a look though Read more…

Could Viper return to Le Mans?

The news that Chrysler were going to bring their Dodge Viper GT Program to an end was sad for motorsport fans around the world. It has now been learned that it may not be the end for the Viper name. Bill Riley has made clear that he wants to bring Read more…

Indianapolis interested in 2016 WEC

It has become clear that the WEC is interested in expanding its American presence after potential races in Canada and Mexico have been discussed. The Indianapolis Motor Speedway is the latest circuit to have confirmed that they are interested in hosting a WEC round in 2016. With the famous IndyCar circuit set Read more…

2014 LMP2 Review

The WEC’s LMP2 class was the smallest in the field during 2014. Issues at Millennium Motorsport and an un-welcome testing crash for Strakka Racing’s new car meant there were only four full season entries in the class from three teams. The small grid however did not mean there was to Read more…

Jarvis replaces Kristensen

This week Audi Sport held their end of season presentations in Nackarsulm. As well as celebrating the 2014 season which saw the four rings take yet another victory at the 24 Hours of Le Mans, the German manufacture also looked ahead to the 2015 season. It was there they made their announcement Read more…

Porsche Claim Sao Paulo Pole

Porsche Team have been ahead of the LMP1 pack in every session so far this weekend. The most reason of their successes being a 1-2 finish in qualifying.     It will be the #2o Porsche of Webber, Bernhard and Hartley that will line up on pole position allongside the#14 Read more…

Porsche Repeat FP1 to Stay Fastest

A repeat of FP1 for Porsche Team see’s them remain on top in LMP1. Once again the #20 car leads the #14. The rest of the order however looks somewhat different to earlier in the day. The LMP1 teams finished the session in formation, with Porsche heading Audi, Toyota and Read more…