The news that Nissan Motorsport will not make the start of the FIA World Endurance Championship season comes as no major surprise to many.
Talk about crossover advertising.
Nissan has revealed plans to launch a two-car assault on Le Mans in 2015.
The team has remained faithful to French constructor Onroak Automotive.
Ex-Formula One driver Max Chilton will race with Nissan in the World Endurance Championship this year, the Briton completing the LMP1 driver line-up for the Japanese manufacturer.
Endurance-Info’s Laurent Mercier recently sat down with Audi’s head of motorsport at Sebring to discuss the brand’s swan song victory at the 12 Hours and what the future holds for battles against Toyota and incoming Porsche.
Very close finish in the season opening FIA World Endurance Championship race at historic Silverstone. It was a battle between the two Audi R18 e-tron quattros in the closing minutes.
Second victory for the team that qualified third in class
Countdown to Le mans: 1 day to go before the green flag waves with Audi on the front row after Loîc Duval set a blistering time of 3:22.349 in qualifying yesterday. None of his teammates today could best Duval's time.
82nd Le Mans 24 Hours 14-15 June 2014 with Scrutineering set for June 8th and 9th
Stephen Errity, WEC correspondent