News in depth
Luca Ghiotto could end up missing a number of Formula 2 rounds this season if they clash with his GT racing commitments with the R-Motorsport Aston Martin outfit.
Dani Juncadella will race an R-Motorsport-run Aston Martin Vantage GT3 in GT World Challenge Europe and ADAC GT Masters this year.
The Spa 24 Hours-winning GPX Racing team will field two Porsches featuring the German marque's factory drivers in the new GT World Challenge Europe Endurance Cup season.
The team in which 2009 Formula 1 world champion Jenson Button is a partner is switching to McLaren from Honda for its 2020 GT World Challenge Europe campaign.
New rules have been introduced for the renamed GT World Challenge Europe Endurance Cup and its blue-riband Spa 24 Hours round to encourage more strategic racing.
Former Audi LMP1 racer Oliver Jarvis will rejoin the factory M-Sport Bentley squad as part of major reshuffle of the British manufacturer's driver line-up for 2020.
Mirko Bortolotti has parted ways with Lamborghini ahead of the 2020 season, and will instead be an Audi factory driver.
FFF Racing Lamborghini pair Andrea Caldarelli and Marco Mapelli took an unlikely sweep of Blancpain GT Series titles by winning a tense Barcelona season finale, pipping SMP Racing by a single point.
Honda's sole factory NSX GT3 Evo could've been a "big challenger" for Spa 24 Hours victory without the lengthy red flag period in the morning hours, believes Bertrand Baguette.
Porsche driver Nick Tandy says the two late cautions in the final half-hour of the Spa 24 Hours “ended” his chances of snatching victory for the ROWE Racing team.
The #998 ROWE Racing Porsche 911 GT3-R led the Spa 24 Hours at the halfway point, as heavy rain caused a lengthy safety car period and only nine cars remained on the lead lap.
Bentley has hit out at the Balance of Performance for this weekend's Spa 24 Hours after none of its four factory cars qualified in the top 20.
Maro Engel secured pole position for the Spa 24 Hours for the Black Falcon Mercedes squad after edging out Porsche driver Laurens Vanthoor by just 0.017 seconds in Superpole on Friday evening.
Indianapolis will host the American round of the Intercontinental GT Challenge next year.