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– With the third place finish of Nicolas Lapierre, André Negrão and Pierre Thiriet, Signatech Alpine Matmut finishes on the podium for the fourth consecutive time at Fuji Speedway in Japan.
– With four podiums in as many races this season the Alpine A470 maintains its lead in the World Endurance Championship LMP2 category before the Shanghai round on November 16-18.
– This weekend, Signatech Alpine Matmut received its 24 Hours of Le Mans winner’s trophy. Read More »

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– Aston Martin Racing leads early stages and records double-points finish
– Vantage GTE shows another step forward in performance with pole in Fuji
– Partner team TF Sport clinches podium finish with V8 Vantage GTE

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– Aston Martin Racing targets podium at Fuji Speedway with Vantage GTE
– Far East phase signals start of team’s FIA WEC championship push
– Reigning GTE Am champions seek second win of Super Season

Aston Martin Racing’s new FIA World Endurance Championship challenger – the Vantage GTE – heads East in search of its first podium this weekend, as the Super Season goes racing at Fuji Speedway in Japan. Read More »

– #66 Ford GT of Stefan Mücke (GER) and Olivier Pla (FRA) continues fight for GTE Drivers’ World Championship
– Andy Priaulx (GB) and Harry Tincknell (GB) seeking to close the championship gap as season commences Asian leg

The FIA World Endurance Championship commences the Asian leg of the 2018-19 Super Season this week with the 6 Hours of Fuji, held at Fuji Speedway, south-east of Tokyo. Read More »

– Aston Martin Racing revises driver crews for Super Season six-hour races
– Darren Turner re-signs for Aston Martin Racing in expanded role
– Jonny Adam to support TF Sport in GTE Am for the rest of 2018

Aston Martin Racing has adjusted its driver line-up for the remainder of 2018, beginning with the 6 Hours of Silverstone (19 August) and including the 6 Hours of Fuji (14 October) and 6 Hours of Shanghai (18 November). Read More »

– Round 7 of the 2017 FIA World Endurance Championship takes place on Sunday at Fuji Speedway in Japan
– Andy Priaulx (GB) and Harry Tincknell (GB) continue to lead the GT FIA World Endurance Drivers’ Championship
– Ford holds onto second in the Manufacturers’ Championship

With just three races to go in the fight for the 2017 FIA World Endurance Championship, the Ford Chip Ganassi Racing team is planning on a return to the podium after three tough races in Germany, Mexico and the U.S.  Read More »

– Marcel Fässler/André Lotterer/Benoît Tréluyer continue string of podiums
– Audi drivers have only a one-point deficit in the standings
– Lucas di Grassi/Loïc Duval/Oliver Jarvis in fourth place

 

Audi made a step forwards in terms of vehicle performance in the sixth round of the FIA World Endurance Championship (WEC) at Fuji. Read More »

– Sixth round of the FIA WEC at Fuji Speedway
– Audi drivers are championship leaders
– Audi teams contest two other race series in Japan

The FIA World Endurance Championship WEC is currently one of the most exciting series in motorsport: Audi drivers Marcel Fässler/André Lotterer/Benoît Tréluyer (CH/D/F) start the sixth round of the season in Japan on October 11 with a ten-point advantage. Two other events follow before the end of November. The title race in the sports car series remains open. Read More »

– Audi in second place of the standings after five of eight races
– Di Grassi/Duval/Kristensen claim fifth at Fuji
– Fässler/Lotterer/Tréluyer in sixth also score points

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– Challenging conditions in the foothills of Mount Fuji
– Second half of the season begins in Japan
– Fuji still missing on Audi’s motorsport success map

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