The news that Nissan Motorsport will not make the start of the FIA World Endurance Championship season comes as no major surprise to many.
Our ace sportscar reporter Sam Smith was mugged by thugs in Paris after the WEC press conference yesterday, but brings you this wrap-up of all the news despite them stealing all his money and iPhone...
Today, Formula One is no longer the place to be in the eyes of most manufacturers.
We've learned the reasoning behind the strange fire that suddenly engulfed the LMP1-L car.
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 final act of the 2013 FIA WEC also marked the first anniversary of the partnership between the world-renowned endurance competition and TUDOR.
With two German powerhouses already preparing for the WEC and the 24 Hours of Le Mans in 2014, is there a chance that BMW and Mercedes will make their return to one of the top prototype classes?