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By: Christopher DeHarde The results from the 2015 Petit Le Mans have had a while now to settle into our memories and have given all of us a reminder that rain is truly a great equalizer. However, why a GTLM car won the race can be best summed up by what many people consider to be the four most important components of any race car – the tires. They’re the only parts of a car that are intentionally designed to make contact with a racing surface besides skid blocks andRead More

Posted On September 19, 2015By Josh FarmerIn Breaking News, Headline News

WEC announces 2016 calendar

Mexico City becomes the newest venue on the FIA World Endurance Championship’s schedule as the series announced its nine round schedule for 2016. The Six Hours of Mexico City will be held on September 4th at the renovated Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez circuit, between the 6 Hours of Nurburgring and the 6 Hours of the Circuit of the Americas. “The opportunity offered by Mexico City to tkae endurance racing back to Latin America was the right one at the right time,” said Gerard Neveu, CEO of the WEC. The schedule willRead More
Tequila Patron ESM Racing has altered their course and will sit out the remaining rounds of the Tequila Patron North American Endurance Cup. After switching to their year old HPD ARX-03b cars after Daytona then to a Liger JS P2 for their full season assault on the FIA World Endurance Championship, Scott Sharp, team owner has cited that it does not make financial sense to race in both Europe and America given the cost of logistics. On top of that, the team did not score any points in the RolexRead More