It’s been 50 years since Ferrari competed in the endurance top class. In 2023 the Italians will be returning with a brand-new Hypercar.
Regulation changes are somewhat of an annual tradition in motorsport. What’s on the horizon for 2021? Read on for an overview of the key changes.
Toyota has become the first manufacturer to lift the lid on its new hypercar for the 2021 FIA World Endurance Championship season.
Each passing month provides more tantalising glimpses of what the top class of the WEC will look like this year. Here is a summary of what we know so far.
The 2019-2020 season marked the end of an era: the final season of LMP1. In honour of this turning point, it’s time for a little competition!
From 2022 on there will be prototypes based on LMDh regulations besides the hypercars. Read on to find out more about this new category.
The #7 Toyota TS050 took the win at the WEC season finale in Bahrain, but there was title-based drama further down the field.
The #7 Toyota TS050 of has taken pole position for the championship showdown at the 2020 8 Hours of Bahrain.
ByKolles Racing will start 2021 with its own WEC Hypercar. We spoke to Team Manager Boris Bermes about the new car.
The 2020 24 Hours of Le Mans saw some championships wrapped up, but there are a number of others that will go down to the wire in Bahrain.