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In its tenth season, the World Endurance Championship came to an end this past weekend in Bahrain, with the future seeming to be brighter, but with a little bit of sadness to be included. The famed hypercar class will have more teams for next season, but the famed GTE PRO
SAKIR, Bahrain—Toyota Gazoo Racing’s Mike Conway, along with teammates Kamui Kobyaschi and Jose Maria Lopez might have won the Eight Hours of Bahrain Saturday evening, but their sister car, driven by Sebastian Buemi, Brendon Hartley and Rio Hirakawa, took the world title with the Alpine car of Andre
SAKIR, Bahrain—Toyota Gazoo Racing edged ever so closer to taking their 2022 World Endurance championship for the Japanese manufacturer, as New Zealander Brendon Hartley set a blistering pace in qualifying with a time of 1:46:800 to lead the number eight car along with his teammates Kamui Kobyaschi
* Scott Mansell, British racing driver and founder of Driver61, will race in the Praga Cup * He will compete in two, one-hour endurance races this weekend at Donington Park circuit * He will drive with the Praga factory car team, paired with Praga Ambassador, Jay Morton * Scott’s guest appearance is to
Alpine might also be involved in Formula One, but Sunday at the Autodromo Nationale di Monza saw the company’s world endurance team take advantage of a Toyota mistake to win their second race of the season at the 6 Hours of Monza as Andre Negrao, Nicholas Lapierre and Mathieu
After 24 hours of intense racing, Toyota Gazoo Racing claimed a fifth successive victory at the 90th edition of the 24 Hours of Le Mans. On Sunday afternoon at 4.00 p.m. local time, the No. 8 prototype took the chequered flag in front of an exuberant crowd at Circuit de la Sarthe.