Toyota, Ferrari, Porsche and Peugeot are among the 13 entries for the World Endurance Championship’s Hypercar class in 2023.
Ferrari have announced the six drivers who will represent them as the manufacturer returns to prototype sports car racing.
Romain Grosjean will be one of Lamborghini’s drivers when the manufacturer enters the top class of prototype sportscar racing in 2024
Ferrari have revealed their new 499P which will compete in the 2023 World Endurance Championship as the team returns to the top flight of sportscar racing.
Motorsport series are squeezing ever more information into their television coverage. Have some gone too far? Which strikes the best balance?
McLaren’s eight-year win-less streak in F1 is by far the longest in their history. Are they diluting their focus by expanding into IndyCar, and considering moves into Formula E and WEC?
Daniel Ricciardo came close to driving the car which won the Le Mans 24 Hours in 2015, but was blocked from entering the race by Red Bull, his team at the time.
Sebastien Buemi, Kazuki Nakajima and Brendon Hartley took Toyota to their third win in as many years at Le Mans, as the LMP1 era drew to a close at the Circuit de la Sarthe.
Peugeot has revealed the first images of the Le Mans Hypercar project it is developing for its return to the 24 hour race in 2022.
Ferrari suggested F1’s budget cap reduction may lead it to race in other series. Could IndyCar or WEC projects be the answer? RaceFans spoke to team principal Mattia Binotto.
While Formula 1’s Project Pitlane initiative has grabbed the headlines, there are many more ways it and other motorsports are helping to fight the pandemic.
As more championships postpone races, the challenge of rescheduling them later in the season while avoiding clashes is becoming increasingly difficult.
The Le Mans 24 Hours has been postponed three months from its traditional June date due to the Coronavirus pandemic.
More than 75 races around the world have been cancelled or postponed because of the Coronavirus. Here’s an updated list of the championships affected.
The World Endurance Championship has become the latest championship to cancel a race due to the Coronavirus.
Aston Martin will not run its Valkyrie hypercar in the new World Endurance Championship season which begins later this year.
Peugeot has made the surprise announcement it will return to the World Endurance Championship in 2022.
Alonso’s car takes a record-breaking – but controversial – second victory at Le Mans in the final hour of the race, over Toyota’s other hybrid prototype.
McLaren sporting director Gil de Ferran has said the 2021 F1 cost cap offers potential synergies with a WEC hypercar programme.
Aston Martin will enter their V12 Valkyrie hypercar in the mixed hybrid and combustion class.