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Van Eerd to race in Shanghai after Fuji win

Frits van Eerd has decided he will race in the Shanghai FIA World Endurance Championship round next month following his Racing Team Nederland outfit scoring its first win in Fuji.

Spa hopes to sign off Raidillon gravel trap plans this year

Spa-Francorchamps hopes that plans to change the run-off area and build gravel traps at Raidillon can be signed off at the end of this year, with the matter having received fresh attention following the fatal F2 crash last weekend.

Renault duo, Sainz set for penalties after engine upgrade

Renault has elected to introduce its new Spec C engine for the Belgian Grand Prix, meaning both Daniel Ricciardo and Nico Hulkenberg, as well as McLaren's Carlos Sainz, will take grid penalties.

Toyota boss takes aim at Porsche's Nurburgring record

Toyota LMP1 team boss Rob Leupen has expressed an interest in targeting Porsche’s lap record at the Nurburgring Nordschleife with an upgraded TS050 Hybrid.

Keating, Bleekemolen, Fraga to form Project 1 WEC line-up

Ben Keating, Jeroen Bleekemolen and Felipe Fraga will team up for a full season in the FIA World Endurance Championship with the Project 1 Porsche team.

Toyota targeting June 2020 track debut for hypercar

Toyota is aiming to give its new hypercar challenger for the 2020/21 FIA World Endurance Championship season a June 2020 track debut. 

Toyota not surprised by reduced WEC LMP1 field

Toyota team boss Rob Leupen says he is not surprised by the FIA World Endurance Championship's reduced LMP1 car count for 2019/20, criticising SMP Racing for leaving the series after only one season.

WEC Prologue: Rebellion gets within 0.5s of Toyota

Toyota remained on top on the second morning of the FIA World Endurance Championship Prologue test in Barcelona, as leading privateer Rebellion closed in on the Japanese marque's laptimes.

Kobayashi: Returning to defend Rolex 24 title is “natural”

Kamui Kobayashi says it was “natural” for him to continue his collaboration with Wayne Taylor Racing and aim for a second consecutive Rolex 24 at Daytona triumph next January.

WEC Prologue: Lopez tops first session for Toyota

Jose Maria Lopez set the fastest time on the first morning of the FIA World Endurance Championship Prologue test at Barcelona, heading a Toyota one-two ahead of Sebastien Buemi.

Di Resta eyes future Aston Martin hypercar drive

Ex-Formula 1 driver Paul di Resta admits he has his eye on a possible future drive with Aston Martin's recently-announced Valkyrie hypercar project in the FIA World Endurance Championship.

United Autosports weighing up Rolex 24 return

United Autosports chairman Zak Brown says the team is looking into a return to the Rolex 24 at Daytona next season, as well as a possible expansion into GT3 racing.

The new LMP2 star who turned heads at Le Mans

G-Drive Racing's new recruit Job van Uitert continued to impress the endurance racing paddock despite his team's late heartbreak at the Le Mans 24 Hours last weekend.

Vandoorne: Le Mans podium "shows what I can do"

SMP Racing LMP1 driver Stoffel Vandoorne believes he was able to showcase his ability again in last weekend's Le Mans 24 Hours after two frustrating years in Formula 1 with McLaren.

Toyota: We did "right thing" amid late Le Mans drama

Toyota believes it “did the right thing” by not swapping its two cars around after a dramatic final hour of the Le Mans 24 Hours cost the #7 TS050 Hybrid a near-certain win.

Le Mans 24h: Toyota firmly on course for one-two finish

Toyota is heading for a second consecutive 1-2 finish at the Le Mans 24 Hours as Kamui Kobayashi leads his teammate Sebastien Buemi by some two minutes heading into the final four hours.

Le Mans 24h: Toyota, Corvette out front after four hours

Toyota kept the 87th running of the Le Mans 24 Hours under lock and key heading into the fifth hour of the race, with the factory hybrids running just under a minute apart.

F1 2021 overhaul “opportune timing” for McLaren hypercar

McLaren believes the introduction of the WEC’s hypercar regulations around the same time as Formula 1’s 2021 overhaul is "opportune timing” as the brand considers a future Le Mans 24 Hours assault.

Inside the real LMP1 battle at Le Mans

Leading privateer LMP1 teams Rebellion Racing and SMP Racing are predicting a close battle for 'best of the rest' in the Le Mans 24 Hours behind the dominant Toyotas.

Conway will be "extra-careful" after suspended penalty

Toyota LMP1 driver Mike Conway admits he will have to take extra precautions after being hit with a suspended three-minute penalty for the Le Mans 24 Hours.

Corvette’s 20th Le Mans highlights an unprecedented legacy

This weekend, Corvette celebrates its 20th consecutive start at the Le Mans 24 Hours. There would be no greater birthday present for the American manufacturer than a ninth class win at La Sarthe, but the team is just as proud of its enduring legacy as it is of its past success. 

Graff stripped of Le Mans LMP2 pole

TDS Racing has inherited the LMP2 class pole for the Le Mans 24 Hours after the rival Graff squad had its best times deleted.

Toyota changes #7 car's chassis after Conway crash

The Toyota LMP1 team has changed the chassis of its #7 TS050 Hybrid after a collision in Wednesday’s first qualifying session for the Le Mans 24 Hours.

Dixon: Aeroscreen is “maybe where Halo needs to go”

The NTT IndyCar Series' new Aeroscreen, developed by Red Bull Advanced Technologies, “ticks a lot more boxes” than the Halo, according to Chip Ganassi Racing’s Scott Dixon who has been involved in the screen’s development.