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How many races does the 2021 WEC season have?

The 2021 FIA WEC season has six races. The dates, venues and further information about the individual rounds can be found in the race calendar. Read more …

Where will the WEC final take place?

The finale of the FIA WEC traditionally takes place in the Bahrain desert. The race at the Bahrain International Circuit is scheduled for 20/11/2021. Reade more …

How long is a WEC race?

The regular distance for a WEC race in the 2021 season is 6 hours. Exceptions are the 1000 miles of Sebring (which will be run over a length of 1000 miles or 8 hours) and the highlight race, the 24 hours of Le Mans. More detailed information on the duration of the individual WEC races can be found in the race calendar. Read more …

How many WEC classes exist?

The FIA WEC is based on a multi-class principle. In a race, cars in a total of four different classes (LMH, LMP2, LMGTE-Pro and LMGTE-Am) compete against each other. Read more …

When was the WEC founded?

The FIA WEC has its roots in the former World Sports Car Championship from the 1950s. In its current form, however, the World Endurance Championship has only existed since 2012. Read more …

Which World Championship titles will be awarded?

With the end of the 2021 WEC season, a total of four WEC titles will be awarded in two different classes. In the LMH and LMGTE, one WEC title each will be awarded to the best manufacturer and the best drivers. Read more …

Who is currently leading in the world championship standings?

An overview of the current FIA WEC leaders can be found in our standings. Read more …

Where can I watch the WEC live?

The WEC races are broadcast in German and English on television, via app and in various live streams. In our overview, you will find all broadcasting channels and times matched to the upcoming race. More info …

Where can I find the WEC live timing?

Free live timing for each race is available on the official FIA WEC site. Read more …

What is the WEC Magazin Podcast?

The WEC-Magazin Podcast gives you the latest WEC updates straight to your ears. Every month we publish a new episode with a summary of the past races, the latest news, rumours and more in German. Tune in …