24 Hours of Le Mans 2015: GTE-Pro Preview

What GTE-Pro lacks in quantity, it more than makes up for in quality: nine cars spread across four factory teams almost exclusively comprising works drivers. The GTE machines are so finely balanced that every single car is genuinely in with a shot at victory. Expect frantic wheel-to-wheel, door-banging action in Read more…

Nissan push GTR-LM debut back to Le Mans

Nissan will miss the opening two round of this years World Endurance Championship at Silverstone and Spa-Francorchamps in order to focus on a continued testing program. The team have also announced their withdrawal from  the pre-season test at Paul Ricard, meaning that the team will make their debut at Le Mans in June Read more…

ACO announce bumper entry list for 2015 WEC

The major players of the endurance racing world gathered in Paris today to witness the announcement of a bumper grid for the 2015 World Endurance Championship. At 35, the number of full-season entries far exceeded the 2014 figure of 31 and even exceeded the ACO’s self-imposed cap of 32. Here’s Read more…

Corvette return to the WEC

Rumours of a return of Corvette to the WEC (wec-magazin.com reported) have now been officially confirmed. Experienced French privateer team Larbre Compétition will enter the 2015 WEC with a Corvette C7.R. Internal problems and difficulties bringing over the latest incarnation of the Chevrolet Corvette to Europe meant that Larbre Compétition Read more…

Rebellion Racing switch to AER power for 2015

Rebellion Racing have announced a switch from Toyota customer V8 power to the twin-turbo AER P60 V6 for the 2015 World Endurance Championship season. However, upgrades to the Oreca-built R-One chassis mean the Swiss team will miss the both the prologue and the first round at Silverstone. Rebellion Racing have Read more…