Looking back over the top moments of 2014, we hit #11, and the emotional announcement that Danish driver Tom Kristensen would be leaving motorsports after 2014.
Looking back over the top moments of 2014, one has got our heart racing. Nissan announced their efforts to field an LMP1 car for 2015.
Scuderia Corsa will have a busy 2015 including TUSC, Le Mans, and PWC.
The FIA Endurance Commission has officially released sporting regulations for the 2015 WEC season.
Autoweek.com reports Ganassi Racing to field Le Mans effort, and two-car TUDOR Championship team.
Audi has announced their official 2015 driver lineup
Wayne Taylor has confirmed to Motorsport.com his team's intention to compete in the iconic event next year.
Three new photos have come out, giving more insight into the now infamous crash.
Talk about crossover advertising.
There are some contractual complications with McLaren and Honda on Fernando's way to Le Mans.
Huge news as full-time F1 driver Nico Hulkenberg will also contest Le Mans in the same year!
Audi has denied rumors that they plan to enter Formula One competition within the next couple years.
The building is scheduled to open in 2015.
Porsche would like to enter a third car in the fabled Le Mans 24 hour race next year with F1 stars at the wheel, according to Germany's Auto Bild.
It is possible Fernando Alonso will take a sabbatical in 2015, according to Mercedes team boss Toto Wolff.
New P1 team to test GT Academy alumni as it completes its ladder system.
Can an purely open sourced racing team compete at the highest level of sports car racing?
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