ESM & Derani win at 24 Hours of Daytona

The Rolex 24 Hours at Daytona marked the start of the IMSA WeatherTech Sportscar Championship as well as being a classic in it’s own right. 48 cars from four classes started the American 24 race, with Extreme Speed Motorsports, JDC-Miller Motorsports, Corvette Racing, and Magnus Racing taking home the class honors.  Read more…

ACO announce successful LMP2 chassis builders

Late last year the world motorsports governing body, the FIA, and the guardians of endurance racing, the ACO, announced a raft of root-and-branch changes to the LMP2 category. Chassis would be limited, they said, to just four manufacturers and a single engine supplier would be selected, despite the class flourishing Read more…

KCMG reveal new ORECA 05

The LMP2 team, KCMG, will go into the new season with a new car to match. After the manufacturer of there car, ORECA published images of their car for the first time last week, the images of the fully liveried KCMG car shortly followed. Last year KCMG began a partnership Read more…

Richard Bradley returns with KCMG

The KC Motor Group Ltd. (KCMG) announced yesterday that Richard Bradley will drive for the team for the full WEC season in the LMP2 class. The Briton will compete alongside with his  team-mate from last season, Matt Howson in the new ORECA 05. For KCMG, the 2014 WEC season was very positive. Read more…

2014 LMP2 Review

The WEC’s LMP2 class was the smallest in the field during 2014. Issues at Millennium Motorsport and an un-welcome testing crash for Strakka Racing’s new car meant there were only four full season entries in the class from three teams. The small grid however did not mean there was to Read more…

Porsche Repeat FP1 to Stay Fastest

A repeat of FP1 for Porsche Team see’s them remain on top in LMP1. Once again the #20 car leads the #14. The rest of the order however looks somewhat different to earlier in the day. The LMP1 teams finished the session in formation, with Porsche heading Audi, Toyota and 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…

8 Toyota Recovers to Lead in Third Hour

The 6 Hours of Shanghai got underway with a slightly retained first lap. Romain Dumas got away from pole position well to retain the lead but racing wasn’t to get underway proper for 21 minutes, after the safety car came in. An incident at turn 10 saw Alexzander Imperatori loose Read more…