On April 3rd, the news that Mark Webber may leave Formula One at the end of 2013 was a rumor. Now it seems that apparently the Australian will join Porsche to take on the 24 Hours of Le Mans.
For the second time in four years, I had the great honor of seeing one of my photos take first prize at the Sarthe Endurance Photos contest. Here’s the full story.
Mark Webber will return to the UK later this week.
Krohn Racing is making the jump up to LMP2 come 2015 and so far, everything is looking good.
It was the only motorsports-related conference in the two press days.
Talk about crossover advertising.
Ben Bowlby gives insight into the DNA of Nissan's GT-R LM NISMO.
David Brabham will utilize crowdfunding in an effort to resurrect the Brabham race team.
As Phanfone leaves, Vongfong takes its place.
We've learned the reasoning behind the strange fire that suddenly engulfed the LMP1-L car.
Mike Conway will fill in for the star Toyota driver.
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.
Anne Proffit looks at the big Nissan announcement via the Superbowl, and Doran Racing, who had a major hand in the production of the Nissan Superbowl advertisements.
The car maintains the green/black color, but the way it appears on the car is a bit different.
Nick Heidfeld and Nicolas Prost must put the Beijing clash behind them as they prepare for the next WEC race, and it appears they have.
The FIA Endurance Commission has officially released sporting regulations for the 2015 WEC season.
Nearly a dozen cars lost control in the wet conditions. frontrunners
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.
Porsche hopes to end their debut season on a high note and they are off to a flying start.