The 9-round FIA World Championship provided a full 72 hours of racing across four continents. I watched every minute of the racing this season, and it was usually quite exciting and over-the-top drama-filled. The 24 hours of Le Mans, in particular, this year provided an impressive battle of who can fail the most…
Aston Martin doesn’t waste time, it turns out. The same day the new 2019 Aston Martin Vantage drops, we also get its racing version, the Vantage GTE. It’s headed to the World Endurance Championship next year, and it keeps that loud and ridiculous neon green-yellow paint.
With only Toyota and Porsche left in the World Endurance Championship’s top hybrid LMP1 class, we’re all curious as to what their cars will look like this year. Will this year’s Toyota be stronger after last year’s heartbreaking loss at Le Mans? Either way, here’s a brief look at the 2017 Toyota TS050 rear end.
The author, making sure Fluffy Bunny, Destroyer of Worlds, doesn’t do to me what Friday morning shift T13 colleagues Daniel and Gary are doing to their lunches. Photo and Puffalump wrangling by Stef Schrader.
Lots of Spotter Guide news this weekend, so I’ll keep it short and summaries the updates!
The Official IMSA Spotter Guide for Circuit of The Americas is available here featuring all the latest driver, team and livery updates. The IMSA race takes place on Saturday (12.35 EST)
You can download the IMSA guide HERE
Two Sportscar Spotter Guides have just been released ahead of this weekend’s action in the US and Belgium.