Stephen Errity, WEC Correspondent
With alternative fuels and energies quite popular in racing these days (Le Mans has an extra, non-points awarding, entry devoted to exactly this), Motorsport.com thought it would be fun to explore the ultimate alternative energy sourced racer.
The three manufacturers filled the first three places, perfectly demonstrating how competitive the grid will be in 2014.
Designed and built by ORECA for REBELLION Racing, the Toyota-powered R-One LMP1-L today was seen for the first time today at the iconic Spa-Francorchamps circuit.
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.
Early crash takes out the Toyota!
Nancy Knapp Schilke, WEC correspondent
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.
The second round of the 2014 World Endurance Championship is scheduled for next weekend at Spa-Francorchamps.
Motorsport.com staff selected as the 15th top moment the pull out of Peugeot's prototype contender that was to contest the World Endurance Championship and the 24 Hours of Le Mans. Reason given was “economic reasons”!
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.