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Ganassi IndyCar driver Felix Rosenqvist is set to make a return to the Le Mans 24 Hours after an absence of three years this June.
Toyota driver Kamui Kobayashi has urged the FIA World Endurance Championship to rethink its LMP1 success handicap system after a Lone Star Le Mans event he branded a “joke”.
Corvette needs to be granted an exemption to the GTE Pro class Balance of Performance system if the American marque is to compete with its rivals in its next FIA WEC outing at Sebring, believes Mike Rockenfeller.
Toyota believes it could have won last weekend's Austin round of the FIA World Endurance Championship despite the substantial success handicaps imposed on its TS050 Hybrids.
Mike Rockenfeller admits that Corvette Racing's second race outing with the new C8.R at the Circuit of the Americas is likely to be "tough" after qualifying at the back of the GTE Pro field.
The FIA World Endurance Championship points-leading #7 Toyota faces a "non-event" in this weekend's Lone Star Le Mans, admits Mike Conway.
Rebellion Racing topped second practice for this weekend's Lone Star Le Mans at the Circuit of the Americas, but is in a race against time to make qualifying after blowing an engine.
Aston Martin says its rebranding of the Racing Point Formula 1 team for 2021 had no influence on the decision to put its FIA World Endurance Championship entry with the Valkyrie hypercar on hold.
Rebellion Racing led the way in Saturday morning's first practice session for this weekend's Lone Star Le Mans at the Circuit of the Americas.
Corvette Racing team manager Ben Johnson says the American brand's new mid-engined C8.R is more "on balance" with its rivals in the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship.
Toyota has ruled out building a FIA World Endurance Championship contender to LMDh rules even though it could be left as the only major manufacturer running an LM Hypercar.
Aston Martin's announcement that it is putting its hypercar programme on indefinite hiatus comes as a major blow to a formula that only got off the ground initially because of the British marque's support.
David Heinemeier Hansson says the proliferation of 'fake silvers' in the FIA World Endurance Championship's GTE Am class is behind his decision to quit the category mid-season.