Fernando Alonso’s Debut Brought A Unique Experience To The WEC

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The 2018-19 World Endurance Championsio (WEC) season opener race had more eyes on it than usual this year. The extra eyes glued to the TV on Saturday afternoon were due to F1 driver Fernando Alonso driving his first WEC race. Fernando Alonso’s Debut Brought A Unique Experience To The WEC New And Longtime Fans React […] READ MORE


Fernando Alonso Makes WEC Debut On Pole Position For Toyota

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Fernando Alonso, the current driver for the McLaren F1 team, is set to make his World Endurance Championship (WEC) debut, and is looking comfortable behind the wheel. Alonso is with Sebastian Buemi and Kazuki Nakajima this season, racing for Toyota in the pinnacle category of endurance racing, LMP1. Fernando Alonso Makes WEC Debut On Pole […] READ MORE


Fernando Alonso Gets First Taste Of Rolex 24

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Fernando Alonso has been on a worldwide crusade as of late, racing every bucket-list race possible. Alonso aims to win motor racing’s “Triple Crown” – Monaco GP (Formula 1), Indianapolis 500 (IndyCar), Le Mans 24 Hours (WEC) wins. The two-time F1 world drivers’ champion has an established career in Formula 1. Alonso raced the Indy […] READ MORE


Porsche to drop LMP1 programme for 2019 Formula E entry

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Porsche has announced itself as the latest manufacturer to join Formula E, ending its current LMP1 programme in the World Endurance Championship to focus on the electric racing series. Porsche to drop LMP1 programme for 2019 Formula E entry The German sports car manufacturer rejoined endurance racing in 2014 with the 919 Hybrid, and since […] READ MORE


Audi Drops LMP1 Programme for 2017 to Focus on Formula E

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One of the biggest names in modern sportscar history – Audi Sport has announced today in a statement on their website that they will be dropping their revered LMP1 programme at the end of 2016, to focus on a new project with the Abt Schaeffler team in Formula E, which will see Audi become yet […] READ MORE


Mark Webber Announces Retirement from Motor Racing at End of 2016

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Former Formula One race winner and current World Endurance Champion Mark Webber announces retirement from motor racing at the end of 2016. His team, Porsche, announced this in a statement today. Webber, 40, will make his final competitive race start at the season-ending Six Hours of Bahrain next month. Mark Webber Announces Retirement from Motor Racing […] READ MORE