The motorsports world suffered many losses this season, and are remembered in this top moment story by Motorsport.com.
Emirati driver wants more UAE companies to follow sponsorship example of Daman, EMAL
Swiss racing driver Philippe Favre perished in a skiing accident Dec. 7.
Team Young Driver AMR wishes to thank everyone their support and condolences on the loss of Allan Simonsen who died tragically at the 24 Hours of Le Mans.
Bernd Schneider, Jeroen Bleekemolen, Sean Edwards and Nicki Thiim with their Mercedes-Benz SLS AMGT GT3 won the endurance battle in Nordschleife.
Dr Ulrich Bez, Aston Martin CEO and Hybrid Hydrogen Rapide S driver: “Our centenary celebrations continue, of course, and now we look forward to more success on track at Le Mans.”
Alongside the race-leading charger, Aston Martin’s Hybrid Hydrogen Rapide S successfully completed its first international race lap on pure hydrogen.
Aston Martin’s full Nürburgring 24 Hours campaign will be announced in the coming weeks.
Having completed 266 laps Phoenix Racing was only two laps behind the winning car and just one lap behind the third podium place.
Four Audi customer teams recorded a top-ten result with the Audi R8 LMS ultra in the 12-hour race at Bathurst (Australia).
Mika Salo brushed the wall on the climb up the mountain, with Peter Edwards taking the hot seat.
Qualifying at the daunting Mount Panorama circuit had commenced with the Il Bello Rosso Ferrari 458 entering the circuit mid field, and with Simonsen at the wheel.
The increased competition of this years’ field was in evidence with the top ten cars covered by just 1.7 seconds across Friday's three sessions.
The Swiss driver Harold Primat achieved great racing success in the FIA WEC 2012 season with Rebellion Racing. Now he will be behind the wheel of an Audi in Australia.
Ferrari sports car ace will take on the challenge of the 12 hours of Bathurst. The former F1 driver is well known in Australia, and has contested the V8 Supercars Gold Coast 600 event.