Fernando Alonso will leave the World Endurance Championship after the 2018/19 season but stay with Toyota for “new challenges”, with ex-Formula 1 driver Brendon Hartley taking his LMP1 line-up place. After it was announced on Wednesday morning that the ex-McLaren Formula 1 driver Alonso would not return to WEC next season, the Spaniard did confirm […]

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Brendon Hartley says he immediately “felt right at home” back with Porsche following his Formula 1 stint and is “definitely interested” in a 2019/20 ABB FIA Formula E race seat. Hartley remained a Porsche factory driver throughout his season in F1 with Toro Rosso in 2018, and has been helping the manufacturer with the early […]

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The grid for the 24 Hours of Le Mans has been expanded to a record 62 cars with the addition of an entry each for United Autosports and High Class Racing. Two temporary garages will be set up at the entrance to pit lane to accommodate the two European Le Mans Series LMP2 teams that […]

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Ex-Formula 1 driver Brendon Hartley will be part of Porsche’s Formula E development programme as it gears up for its season-six entry later this year. Porsche has confirmed that its two-time World Endurance Championship title winner will test its new FE contender alongside Neel Jani, who was confirmed as Porsche’s first driver for the 2019/20 […]

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The Action Express Cadillac squad held sway at the top of the Sebring 12 Hours leaderboard as the IMSA SportsCar Championship enduro hit the halfway mark. The team’s Whelen Engineering Cadillac DPi-V.R driven by Pipo Derani held the lead behind the safety car at the six-hour mark. Derani, who is teamed with Felipe Nasr and […]

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After eight hours of racing at the world-famous Sebring circuit for the FIA World Endurance Championship teams, it was the #8 Toyota TS050 HYBRID that scored a dominant victory. Fernando Alonso, Kazuki Nakajima and Sebastien Buemi were almost faultless in the race. Nakajima was in at the end and crossed the line under safety car […]

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Brendon Hartley will take the place of the now-retired Christian Fittipaldi at Action Express Racing at Sebring, with the ex-Porsche LMP1 star and Formula One driver set to join Joao Barbosa and Filipe Albuquerque in the No. 5 Mustang Sampling Racing Cadillac DPi-V.R for next month’s enduro. The Kiwi was confirmed as the third driver […]

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Brendon Hartley has revealed he will be part of Porsche’s development work for its first ABB FIA Formula E Championship car. The Kiwi confirmed on Twitter that he is “still together with Porsche and part of FE development”, alongside other commitments with Ferrari and SMP Racing. Porsche is currently developing its first all-electric race car […]

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After a year spent away from sportscars in 2018, racing in Formula One with Toro Rosso, Brendon Hartley is set to return to competing in the FIA WEC’s LMP1 class at Sebring next month in the 1000-mile race. The Kiwi, who won the 2015 and 2017 FIA WEC titles, will replace reigning Super GT Champion […]

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Brendon Hartley and Pascal Wehrlein have become part Ferrari’s four-man strong team of simulator drivers. Wehrlein and Hartley have achieved the ultimate dream of most F1 drivers and signed a contract with Ferrari. Unfortunately for those two, it’s only as part of their simulator team but you have to say, it’s still a pretty cool […]

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