Host of drivers set to tackle the “Sebring double”
Fans of the FIA WEC and the IMSA WeatherTech Sportscar Championship have been eyeing up the “Super Sebring” weekend in mid-March for some time. With entry lists for both the WEC and IMSA races now finalised, a number of drivers are taking the opportunity to race in both the 1000 Miles and the 12 Hours […]
What’s new in the WEC in 2019
The new year brings refreshment to the FIA WEC. We have outlined the most important changes for the new 2019/2020 season.
No LMP1 programme for BMW
Since the FIA World Endurance Championship returned to the motorsport scene in 2012, more and more manufacturers have decided to join the fray. Toyota, Porsche and Nissan have all been coaxed back to the LMP1 class in recent years thanks to a relatively open rulebook and close racing. Recently, speculation has been rife of a […]
Porsche: Hybrid in GT racing from 2020?
The Porsche 911 is arguably one of the most successful cars in motorsport. Over the decades, the German marque has carefully developed its premium sportscar to become the fly-carrier of its racing heritage. Already fully established in prototype racing, hybrid technology is gradually creeping into the world of GT motorsport, too. Porsche is now looking […]
Earl Bamber: From Porsche junior to Le Mans winner
The 14th June 2015 is a day Earl Bamber will probably never forget. Together with its teammates Nick Tandy and Nico Hülkenberg, the New Zealander won the most famous endurance race in the world – the 24 Hours of Le Mans. Victory at the Circuit de la Sarthe saw the young Kiwi’s name go down […]