The FIA World Motor Sport Council moves 6 Hours of Fuji back to its original date.
British Formula 1™ driver Lewis Hamilton MBE was awarded the BRDC’s premier annual award, the BRDC Gold Star, for the fourth time.
The team’s trio of drivers, Björn Wirdheim, Jon Lancaster and Wolfgang Reip, all put in strong performances with the team’s Nissan powered Zytek LM P2 prototype.
Conway to test new Toyota prototype and continue IndyCar Series engagement.
Martin Plowman along with teammates Bertrand Baguette and Ricardo Gonzalez, drove the #35 Morgan-Nissan car to a fourth-place finish in this weekend's 6 Hours of Bahrain.
A cheeky-looking Tom Kristensen prepares us for Audi's glimpse of the future, next week.
Stefan Mücke is third at the long track world championship and vice championship title holder with Aston Martin Racing.
Oak Racing crowned FIA World Endurance LM P2 Champions in Bahrain; G-Drive Racing takes outright podium finish and LM P2 class win.
OAK Racing scores a double double in the FIA World Endurance Championship in the LM P2 teams’ and drivers’ categories!
With two previous victories on the board, along with a 100 percent finishing record, it was enough to give the Florida-based organization its first championship title.
With an impressive third place finish alongside TOYOTA Racing and AUDI on the podium of the 6 Hours of Bahrain, the ORECA 03 LM P2 takes its sixth victory in eight rounds of the FIA World Endurance Championship!
Nygaard, Poulsen, Thiim take win at final FIA WEC round at Bahrain.
Toyota and G-Drive win in Bahrain, Oak Racing takes LMP2 championship.
The No.51 Ferrari 458 Italia of Gianmaria Bruni and Toni Vilander dominated the race after the first 40 laps!
Aston Martin Racing will announce its 2014 works team programme in the early part of next year.
The lap time of 1:46.728 gave 5th place for Saturday's race for REBELLION Racing
Although the No. 57 Krohn Racing Ferrari F458 only qualified seventh in class, team are pleased with the set-up going into Saturday’s WEC endurance finale.
In terms of sheer performance the results were below those usually recorded by the french team, but it has not lowered its ambitions.
The team, which goes into the final round as leaders of the LMGTE Manufacturers’ World Cup, needs to score maximum points in tomorrow’s race in order to emerge as world champion.
As dusk fell over the Bahrain International Circuit and temperatures started to drop (to 22oC, with 88% humidity), the five LMP1s and 9 LMP2s took to the track for the final qualifying session of the year.