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ORECA 03-R driven by René Rast (D)/Jan Charouz (CZ)/Vincent Capillaire (F).

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Luca Moro


Find out Luca Moro, 1 24h of Le Mans participation.

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2021, 2022, 2023

The twenties were said to be crazy. The coming years give us hope at least in endurance.
Enter all the announcements of the major manufacturers, a summary:
  • 2021:
    • Le Mans HyperCar: Toyota with its 2 GR Super Sport, Scuderia Cameron Glickenhaus and its 2 SCG 007, ByKolles Racing and its PMC Project LMH
    • LMP1: Alpine with a REBELLION R 13 will try to win
    • LMP2: lower power to differentiate the 3 Proto categories
    • LM-GT Pro: Porsche, Ferrari and Corvette. Uncertain future of this combative category
    • LM-GT AM: Profusion of team with private Porsche, Ferrari, Aston Martin

  • 2022:
    • Le Mans HyperCar: The arrival of Peugeot to accompany Toyota, Glickenhaus and ByKolles

  • 2023:
    • LMDh replaces the Hypercar category (cheaper alternative and identical in IMSA). Toyota, Peugeot, and Porsche, Audi will be present. Beautiful poster !!!

WEC 2019-2020: The Champions

With a particularly troubled year, the WEC ended during the 8h Bahrain and crowned the teams and drivers:
  • LMP WEC 2020 World Champion: Toyota Gazoo Racing
  • LMP WEC Drivers' World Champion 2020: Mike Conway, Kamui Kobayashi and José-Maria Lopez
  • FIA LMP2 WEC Endurance Trophy 2020: United Autosports
  • FIA Endurance Trophy for LMP2 WEC Drivers 2020: Philip Hanson and Filipe Albuquerque
  • GT WEC 2020 World Champion: Aston Martin Racing
  • GT WEC Drivers' World Champion 2020: Nicki Thiim and Marco Sorensen
  • FIA GTE AM WEC Endurance Trophy 2020: AF Corse
  • FIA Endurance Trophy for GTE AM WEC Drivers 2020: François Perrodo, Emmanuel Collard and Nicklas Nielsen

On your 2021 agenda

The 89th edition of the 24h of Le Mans will take place on June 12 and 13, 2021.
The dates of WEC 2021:
  • March 13-14: Pre-season testing, Sebring (USA)
  • March 19: 1000 Miles from Sebring (USA)
  • 1st May: 6 Hours of Spa-Francorchamps (Belgium)
  • June 12-13: 24 Hours of Le Mans (France)
  • July 18: 6 Hours of Monza (Italy)
  • September 26: 6 Hours of Fuji (Japan)
  • November 20: 6 Hours of Bahrain (Bahrain)

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