The FIA World Motor Sport Council moves 6 Hours of Fuji back to its original date.
Belicchi and Beche secured the 3rd place overall of a very special race hindered by a heavy rainy conditions.
The race was stopped after 3 hours and 46 minutes, but 2nd place for the No.2 Audi R18 e-tron quattro of Tom Kristensen, Loïc Duval and Allan McNish was enough to seal the FIA World Endurance Manufacturers’ Championship for Audi.
Fässler/Lotterer/Tréluyer fastest in qualifying at Fuji; Duval/Kristensen/McNish on second row.
No.1 Audi R18 e-tron quattro snatched pole position from Toyota Racing’s No.8 TS030 Hybrid just by 0.178 seconds.
Aston Martin's no97 and no99 locked out front raw for Japanese WEC race, nr51 Ferrari 458 will head second raw.
Tracy Krohn: “It was very slippery today and the track was quite green but we’re making good progress actually."
Ohayo gozaimasu from Fuji International Speedway!
Tracy W. Krohn and co-driver Nic Jönsson with a help of Italian co-driver Maurizio Mediani will attempt to get their first WEC victory.
After the 24 Hours of Le Mans, Toyota Racing elected to run just one of their TS030 Hybrids for the WEC events.
Japanese fans get first opportunity to see ground-breaking electric racer at the World Endurance Championship event
The first sign that Toyota would run only one of their P1 cars to close out their second season in the World Endurance Championship was in social media.
Toyota Racing's Nico Lapierre reviews a successful debut season for the hybrid LMP1 and looks forward to 2013.