Tag Arquivos: Le Mans/WEC

INSIGHT: Hydrogen takes another step towards Le Mans reality

By: Stephen Kilbey | 6 hours ago Last October, RACER took a look at the future of the FIA World Endurance Championship, beyond the 2020 ‘Hypercar’ regulations and toward the relevance of the the ‘H24 Project’, which aims to develop

Russian limousine maker Aurus set to race at Le Mans

101 shares By: Graham Goodwin | 5 hours ago Russian limousine manufacturer Aurus, makers of the State Limousine of Russian President Vladimir Putin, looks set to enter LMP2 racing in Europe. A teaser video posted on Instagram makes it clear

Segal joins JMW Ferrari for ELMS

By: RACER Staff | 8 hours ago IMSA, Le Mans and World Challenge series veteran Jeff Segal has joined JMW Motorsport’s European Le Mans Series program for 2019, with backing from Ferrari of Vancouver. The Pennsylvanian will share the team’s

Le Mans entry loses a Ferrari GT, adds a P2

By: Stephen Kilbey | 41 minutes ago Over the past 24 hours, two WEC entry lists have been released by the ACO and FIA, the first being a provisional 35-car FIA WEC list for the second round of the ‘Super

The Week in Sports Cars, March 21: ‘Super Sebring’

By: Marshall Pruett | 2 hours ago This week’s edition of The Week in Sports Cars podcast with Marshall Pruett and Graham Goodwin was recorded after a busy ‘Super Sebring’ event where IMSA and the WEC made headlines in Florida.

INSIGHT: A lifeline for prototype collaboration between IMSA and the ACO?

102 shares By: Marshall Pruett | 4 hours ago There could be hope for American and European prototype fans when the next set of regulations come to life. The FIA World Endurance Championship intends to launch its new ‘Hypercar’ formula

IMSA/WEC double-header pays off for Sebring

283 shares By: Marshall Pruett | 2 hours ago Sebring International Raceway president Wayne Estes can’t wait to find out if last weekend’s dual IMSA and FIA World Endurance Championship was indeed the biggest event ever held at the 3.7-mile

Inside The Sports Car Paddock, March 18

By: Marshall Pruett | 9 hours ago It’s the ninth installment of the Inside The Sports Car Paddock interview show, and coming out of a busy IMSA and WEC weekend at Sebring, we have seven short-form interviews for you starting

No. 8 Toyota crew edge closer to title with Sebring 1000 win

By: Stephen Kilbey | 2 hours ago Sebastien Buemi, Fernando Alonso and Kazuki Nakajima, drivers of the No. 8 Toyota TS050 HYBRID, edged closer to claiming the 2018/19 FIA WEC Drivers’ World Championship tonight, with a comfortable win in the

INSIGHT: Why are the Hypercar rules taking so long to lock down?

By: Marshall Pruett | 1 hour ago It’s come in starts and stops, and with an increasing call for clarity from teams and manufacturers, the ACO and FIA World Endurance Championship expect to release the final regulations for their 2020

BMW pushing Class 1 cars as a base for global Prototype future

By: Stephen Kilbey | 2 hours ago BMW Motorsport head Jens Marquardt told RACER at Sebring that the German marque is actively pushing for hybridized Class 1 cars to serve as the base for a new global Prototype solution from

Different roads to Sebring for Aston Martin pair

By: Stephen Kilbey | 2 hours ago Two of Aston Martin Racing’s WEC drivers are returning to Sebring this year, both previous winners, and both eager to race once again on the iconic Florida circuit. Britons Darren Turner and Alex