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Ginetta is targeting a return to the FIA World Endurance Championship next season after resuming testing with its LMP1 contender this week.
Ferrari's FIA World Endurance Championship drivers are having to "scrape the bottom of the barrel" in the corners to remain competitive because of the 488 GTE's lack of straightline speed, says Davide Rigon.
Chip Ganassi says he would prefer to stay with Ford should the company continue in IMSA and/or WEC, but intends for his team’s sportscar arm to continue.
Stoffel Vandoorne will contest the final two races of the 2018/19 FIA World Endurance Championship season with the SMP Racing LMP1 team, replacing Jenson Button at the Le Mans 24 Hours.
McLaren CEO Zak Brown says the British marque is still interested in joining the FIA World Endurance Championship's hypercar class, but is cautious of what he calls a "chicken-and-egg" situation.
The FIA World Endurance Championship's return to Sebring was undoubtedly a triumph, but it also may have laid the foundations for a closer relationship with IMSA that could help deliver a brighter future for sportscar racing on both sides of the Atlantic, writes Jamie Klein.
Ex-Formula 1 racer Will Stevens says he would love to seal a full-time drive in the FIA World Endurance Championship after winning on his return to the series in the Sebring 1000 Miles.
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Neel Jani has revealed he will bow out of the FIA World Endurance Championship after the end of the current season in order to focus fully on his Porsche Formula E commitments.
Brendon Hartley has hailed the job of his Action Express Racing team after following up his Sebring 1000 Miles WEC podium finish with another top-three finish in the IMSA Sebring 12 Hours.
Last weekend's Sebring 1000 Miles marked the strongest showing to date for the BMW M8 GTE in FIA World Endurance Championship trim, believes Nicky Catsburg.
Toyota drivers Fernando Alonso, Kazuki Nakajima and Sebastien Buemi took their first FIA World Endurance Championship race win since last year's Le Mans 24 Hours with victory in the Sebring 1000 Miles.
Toyota's #8 car held a narrow advantage over the sister #7 machine as the Sebring 1000 Miles FIA World Endurance Championship round reached half-distance.
The FIA World Endurance Championship is confident that it will have one or more manufacturers racing a road-based hypercar on the introduction of its new regulations in 2020/21.
Fernando Alonso established a new lap record at Sebring International Raceway to give the #8 Toyota crew pole position for Friday's 1000-mile FIA World Endurance Championship round.