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Porsche win thriller in Mexico
Sep04

Porsche win thriller in Mexico

The No.1 Porsche of Mark Webber, Brendon Hartley and Timo Bernhard took victory at Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez today after a classic battle not only against rivals Audi and Toyota but the weather, heavy traffic and altitude. All three LM P1 factory brands – Porsche, Audi and Toyota – had a single car on the podium after the six hour battle which came down to a battle nerves against mother nature as another rain shower...

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Audi score pole in Mexico
Sep02

Audi score pole in Mexico

Audi has scored pole position for the Six Hours of Mexico with Lucas di Grassi and Loic Duval combining to take the top spot for the No.8 R18. The Brazilian and Frenchman will combine tomorrow with Brit Olivier Jarvis at the front of the grid after setting a time of 1:25.069. Neel Jani and Marc Leib were second fastest for Porsche a mere .042 of a second adrift. “It is really tricky. We have very little downforce because of the air so...

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High altitude challenges in Mexico
Sep01

High altitude challenges in Mexico

At 7,200 feet above sea level, the Autódromo Hermanos Rodríguez in Mexico City is presenting teams in the FIA World Endurance Championship with a unique set of challenges. Teams had their first opportunity to hit the track today to try to work out whether the hours of homework they put in to prepare for this weekend’s race has paid off. Audi struck the first blow by finishing 1-2 in the first practice while Porsche bounced back...

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Davison ruled out of Mexico
Sep01

Davison ruled out of Mexico

British Toyota Gazoo Racing ace Anthony Davidson has been forced out of this weekends FIA World Endurance Championship 6 Hours of Mexico due to a rib injury. The Toyota squad revealed this morning that Davidson suffered a crash in testing at Paul Ricard last month. The ex-Formula 1 driver did several laps during this morning’s test but has elected to skip this weekend in an effort to be fully healed in time for the Circuit of...

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Magnussen and Garcia dominate VIR
Aug28

Magnussen and Garcia dominate VIR

They led the final two practice session, scored the pole and then dominated the race day action – Corvette Racing’s Jan Magnussen and Antonio Garcia pulled off a brilliant performance to win the Michelin GT Challenge at VIR. The victory by the Danish/Spanish duo broke a 19-race streak dating back to their win at Sebring in 2015. Magnussen started the race and made a perfect start to grab the lead over the Ford of Joey...

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