FIA WEC
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    After five seasons of incredible competition and growth, the FIA World Endurance Championship has matured into one of the world’s most entertaining and respected motor sport series. 

    Top level multi-manufacturer participation, some of the very best drivers in the world, intense competition from start to finish, plus entertainment for all the family: these are some of the WEC’s trademarks which have been established and seen around the world. 

    2017 promises to deliver another spectacular season of racing, with 28 top-class international entries across the four categories of competition (LMP1, LMP2, LMGTE Pro and LMGTE Am) racing plus a stable calendar which features nine races held across Europe, Latin and North America, Asia and the Middle East.   

    The WEC includes manufacturer teams from current World Champions Porsche (in both LMP1 and LMGTE Pro), Toyota, Aston Martin, Ferrari and Ford, with BMW already committed to join the GTE ranks in 2018.

    All the entrants, factory and privateer teams across the categories, join together to battle it out at historic and evocative circuits such as Silverstone, Spa-Francorchamps, Nürburgring, Fuji Speedway and, of course, the legendary 24 Hours of Le Mans which is the cornerstone of the championship.  This adds up to huge popularity, and established events which offer spectators and TV viewers some of the highest-level endurance racing of all time – all at a sensible price.

     

    Follow the 2017 World Endurance Championship:

    Official Porsche Newsroom

    FIA WEC Live

    Watch the 24 Hours of Le Mans live

    Listen to full coverage of the 2016 24 Hours of Le Mans live on RadioLeMans

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    6 Hours of SilverstoneGBR16 April 2017
    6 Hours of Spa-FrancorchampsBEL06 May 2017
    24 Heures du MansFRA17-18 June 2017
    6 Hours of NürburgringDEU16 July 2017
    6 Hours of MexicoMEX03 September 2017
    6 Hours of AustinUSA16 September 2017
    6 Hours of FujiJPN15 October 2017
    6 Hours of ShanghaiCHN05 November 2017
    6 Hours of BahrainBHR18 November 2017

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    6 Hours of Silverstone 2017

    Pos:No:Driver:Car:Laps:Total Time:Gap:
    1.8S.Buemi
    A.Davidson
    K.Nakajima
    Toyota TS050 - Hybrid1976:00:33.211
    2.2Brendon Hartley
    Timo Bernhard
    Earl Bamber
    Porsche 919 Hybrid1976:00:39.384+6.173
    3.1N.Jani
    A.Lotterer
    N.Tandy
    Porsche 919 Hybrid1976:01:20.167+46.956

     

    6 Hours of Spa-Francorchamps 2017

    Pos:No:Drivers:Car:Laps:Total Time:Gap:
    18S.Buemi
    A.Davidson
    K.Nakajima
    Toyota TS050 - Hybrid1736:00:11.490
    27M.Conway
    K.Kobayashi
    Toyota TS050 - Hybrid1736:00:13.482+1.992
    32Brendon Hartley
    Timo Bernhard
    Earl Bamber
    Porsche 919 Hybrid1736:00:46.773+35.283

     

    24 Hours of Le Mans 2017

    Pos:No:Drivers:Car:Laps:Total Time:Gap:
    12Brendon Hartley
    Timo Bernhard
    Earl Bamber
    Porsche 919 Hybrid36724:01'14.075
    238Ho-pin Tung
    Thomas Laurent
    Oliver Jarvis
    ORECA 07 Gibson36624:01'41.0801 Lap
    337David Cheng
    Tristan Gommendy
    Alex Brundle
    ORECA 07 Gibson36324:01'41.0974 Laps

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    Manufacturers Championship 2017

    Position:Manufacturer:Nat.Total:
    1.ToyotaJPN69.5
    2.PorscheDEU61

     

    Drivers Championship 2017

    Position:Driver:Nat.Car:Total:
    1.A.Davidson
    K.Nakajima
    S.Buemi
    GBR
    JPN
    CHE
    Toyota TS050 - Hybrid50
    2.Brendon Hartley
    Earl Bamber
    Timo Bernhard
    NZL
    NZL
    DEU
    Porsche 919 Hybrid33
    3.A.Lotterer
    N.Jani
    N.Tandy
    DEU
    CHE
    GBR
    Porsche 919 Hybrid28

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