Toyota Racing goes 1-2 at Fuji

Toyota dominated the six hour event in Fuji, Japan.

Toyota Racing thrilled their home fans by finishing 1-2 in the 6 Hours of Fuji, the fifth round of the 2014 FIA World Endurance Championship today and reclaimed the lead of the Manufacturers' World Championship points standings.

The #8 Toyota TS040 Hybrid of Anthony Davidson and Sebastien Buemi led home the sister car crewed by Alex Wurz, Stephane Sarrazin and local hero Kazuki Nakajima.

Rounding out the podium in LMP1 was the #20 Porsche 911 Hybrid of Brendon Hartley, Mark Webber and Timo Bernhard.


Rebellion Racing took another win in the LMP1-L class but this time it was the #13 Rebellion R-One-Toyota of Andrea Belicchi, Dominik Kraihamer and Fabio Leimer who took maximum points.


Taking the LMP2 silverware was the G-Drive Racing Ligier-Nissan. Olivier Pla overtook the KCMG Oreca-Nissan in the final stages of the race after a superb race long duel.


In LMGTE Pro it was an AF Corse Ferrari 1-2 as points leader Gimmi Bruni and Toni Vilander scored another victory ahead of the #71 458 Italia of James Calado and Davide Rigon

LMGTE again saw Aston Martin Racing take the win with the #95 Vantage V8 of Nicki Thiim, Kristian Poulsen and David Heinemeier Hansson celebrating a fine victory.


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Series WEC
Event Fuji
Track Fuji International Speedway
Drivers Mark Webber , Anthony Davidson , Alexander Wurz , Stéphane Sarrazin , Davide Rigon , Timo Bernhard , Olivier Pla , Kazuki Nakajima , Sébastien Buemi , Toni Vilander , Brendon Hartley , Fabio Leimer , Andrea Belicchi , Dominik Kraihamer , Kristian Poulsen , Nicki Thiim , James Calado , David Heinemeier Hansson
Teams Nissan Motorsport , Rebellion Racing , Toyota Racing , Aston Martin Racing , AF Corse , G-Drive Racing , KCMG
Article type Race report