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, Read more…

Are BMW heading for 2016 WEC?

Wherever you look in GT racing now, weather it be VLN, Tudor United Sportscar Championship or British GT, it is hard to find a GT championship that BMW is not involved with. The German marques attack has been spearheaded by there Z4 model for countless years, however the car which Read more…

Aston Martin launch young driver programme

British manufacture Aston Martin has officially announced its new junior programme to promote young talent at the Autosport International Show. With the programme named ‘Evolution Academy’ Aston Martin wants a private junior programme to help them continue to succeed in their GT programmes in the future. From now, young drivers between the 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…

Toyota Victorious in China

Toyota win again while the #8 drivers have 1 hand each on the drivers championship. Thanks to their 4th win of the season in China today, it means that Audi’s #2 car is the only car that can stop Buemi and Davidson from becoming World Champions. The Audi trio would Read more…