The race was won by the No.1 Audi R18 e-tron quattro of Andre Lotterer, Benoit Treluyer and Marcel Fassler, the No.7 Toyota crossed the finish line in second place.
G-Drive and Aston Martin continue in front in their respective classes.
The nr7 Toyota TS030 hybrid holds the overall lead in the 6 Hours of Shanghai.
Audi once again headed the time sheets overall, while LMGTE Pro category continued to provide excitement and close competition between the three luxury car manufacturers.
Ohayo gozaimasu from Fuji International Speedway!
Both Audi R18 e-tron quattro cars were circulating during the second session.
Top of the GTE Class in Texas for Aston Martin and Ferrari
It was a dry Free Practice 3 for the WEC teams at the Circuit of The Americas in Austin, Texas. Audi driver Lotterer set the fastest time in the final practice prior to qualifying.
The rain in Austin, Texas became heavy enough for the World Endurance Championship officials to call off second practice
World Endurance Championship is making their debut at the Circuit of The Americas. The drivers took to the circuit for two testing sessions.
After the 24 Hours of Le Mans, Toyota Racing elected to run just one of their TS030 Hybrids for the WEC events.
Action at the Circuit of the Americas begins with a test day on Thursday
Early crash takes out the Toyota!
The overall pole battle between Audi and Toyota ended with both Audi R18s on the front row in Brazil.
After 60-minutes of track action the #1 Audi was top of the time sheets with Marcel Fassler setting the best time of the weekend so far.
At São Paulo only four LMP1 cars have been entered.
The only LMP1 privateer team still in the World Endurance Championship at the mid-point plans to target the overall podium.
A revised TS030 Hybrid for Toyota Racing starting at the Interlagos circuit where they scored their maiden WEC victory last year.
Project to design and build a new LMP1 car in partnership with ORECA for the 2014 season requires a commitment from the resources available to the team.
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.