A short documentary film traces the development of the new Aston Martin Vantage GTE endurance racer.
Demonstrating just how challenging endurance racing can be, defending champion Brendon Hartley crashed his 919 Hybrid into another Porsche at Silverstone this weekend.
The Toyota TS050 Hybrid with a new face and a twin-turbo V6 will hit the track in the 2016 FIA World Endurance Championship. The new racer has a completely new powertrain that packs a lithium-ion battery rather than super capacitors.
Prodrive shortens nearly three weeks of work to build an Aston Martin V8 Vantage GTE down to just 60 seconds in this video. The racecar will compete in the GTE Am class in the FIA World Endurance Championship.
Ford and Chip Ganassi Racing announced a star-studded lineup of seasoned veterans to drive the new Ford GT in the LM GTE class of the FIA World Endurance Championship – including the 24 Hours of Le Mans.
After a poor debut, Nissan has announced that it will not re-enter its innovative GT-R LM Nismo prototype in the 2016 FIA World Endurance Championship.
Porsche won't compete next year in the GTE Pro class of the FIA World Endurance Championship. Other racing programs are not affected.
The hard edges of the 2016 Audi R18 might be polarizing, but they still look good on the track during this test at Sebring.
After sealing the championship in Bahrain this weekend, Porsche gave Juan Pablo Montoya the chance to test-drive its victorious 919 Hybrid. He set the fastest time of the day. If the test is any indication, he could yet win the elusive Triple Crown of Motorsports.
Former F1 driver, longtime endurance racer, and two-time Le Mans winner Alexander Wurz has announced his retirement from racing, leaving Toyota with big racing boots to fill.
Porsche took another one-two victory in the 6 Hours of Shanghai to lock down the manufacturers' title in the 2015 FIA World Endurance Championship one round early, putting it in prime position to take the drivers' championship as well.
The FIA, ACO, and IMSA have named four chassis constructors that will be authorized to provide all the LMP2 prototypes at Le Mans and the four series in which they compete around the world, all powered by a single engine and electronics system.