Anthony Davidson1979-04-18 (age 42)
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JOTA LMP2 driver Antonio Felix da Costa says his first international home win at the WEC 8 Hours of Portimao "feels amazing" after passing teammate Tom Blomqvist for the lead at the end of the race.
Anthony Davidson and Antonio Felix da Costa will stay with the JOTA LMP2 team for the 2021 FIA World Endurance Championship season.
Anthony Davidson admits he is unsure of his future in the FIA World Endurance Championship, amid an expected LMP2 rule change that would outlaw JOTA Sport's current line-up.
Anthony Davidson admits that United Autosports was “untouchable” in Bahrain on the team's way to a dominant first FIA World Endurance Championship LMP2 win.
Anthony Davidson and Pastor Maldonado will continue their FIA World Endurance Championship partnership next season with the JOTA Sport LMP2 team.
Pastor Maldonado's late surge to LMP2 victory in last weekend's Spa FIA World Endurance Championship race was the ex-Formula 1 driver's "second-best" ever drive, says DragonSpeed teammate Anthony Davidson.
Anthony Davidson's Toyota LMP1 reserve driver commitments will take priority over his LMP2 race drive with DragonSpeed after this year's Le Mans 24 Hours.
Toyota has relegated team regular Anthony Davidson to reserve and development driver status to make way for Fernando Alonso in its FIA World Endurance Championship line-up for 2018/19.
Toyota LMP1 driver Anthony Davidson believes he is back at the top of his game after a hat-trick of race wins following his return to the FIA World Endurance Championship this season.
Toyota scored victory in the final FIA World Endurance Championship race of the season in Bahrain, as Ferrari sealed the GTE drivers' crown with a 1-2 finish in class.
The winning Toyota would have been able to complete Sunday's Fuji World Endurance Championship race without stopping for fuel had the race been restarted, the Japanese manufacturer has insisted.
Sebastien Buemi, Kazuki Nakajima and Anthony Davidson took the win on Toyota's home soil in the 6 Hours of Fuji round of the FIA World Endurance Championship as the race was shortened by poor weather conditions.
Toyota driver Anthony Davidson admits Sunday’s WEC 6 Hours of Mexico was an exercise in “damage limitation” for the Japanese manufacturer.
Following its 2016 heartbreak, Toyota has left no stone unturned in its quest to finally deliver that elusive Le Mans 24 Hours win. Filip Cleeren spoke to the key players involved in its 2017 victory bid.
Toyota driver Anthony Davidson says he would scrap the awarding of double FIA World Endurance Championship points at the Le Mans 24 Hours.
Toyota’s Anthony Davidson has urged his team to find an explanation of the large gap in pace between the squad’s two cars in last weekend’s WEC 6 Hours of Spa.
Sebastien Buemi and Anthony Davidson have admitted that their victory in the WEC 6 Hours of Spa was a fortuitous one, acknowledging that their teammates in the sister Toyota entry deserved to win.
Toyota secured a one-two finish in the WEC 6 Hours of Spa, with the #8 crew of Sebastien Buemi, Kazuki Nakajima and Anthony Davidson taking the win by less than two seconds over the #7 car.
An entertaining finish to last weekend’s FIA World Endurance Championship opener at Silverstone proved that two LMP1 manufacturers are enough for the series to thrive, writes Jamie Klein.
Toyota took victory in the opening round of the FIA World Endurance Championship at Silverstone, as Kazuki Nakajima, Anthony Davidson and Sebastien Buemi overcame a stiff challenge from Porsche to win.
Porsche WEC star Neel Jani says the German manufacturer is effectively playing its “joker” card in this weekend’s Silverstone opener, after LMP1 rival Toyota dominated qualifying.
Toyota kept ahead of LMP1 rival Porsche in the third practice session for the FIA World Endurance Championship season opener on Saturday morning.
Lucas di Grassi believes that Le Mans 24 Hours organisers should impose tougher entry restrictions on amateur drivers, as the current level of some competitors poses a potential safety risk.
Toyota WEC stars Sebastien Buemi and Anthony Davidson believe that the Japanese manufacturer can realistically target victory on home turf this weekend in Fuji despite its recent struggles.
Porsche 5-1 Audi. This year’s FIA World Endurance Championship looks like a drubbing, but in fact those statistics don’t reveal half the story. Charles Bradley tells you what else you need to know about Audi v Porsche in 2016.
The two factory LMP1 drivers who missed the previous round of the FIA World Endurance Championship through injury, Toyota’s Anthony Davidson and Audi’s Benoit Treluyer, both believe they can get through the 6 Hours of COTA race weekend.
Toyota’s Anthony Davidson will not take any further part in this weekend’s Mexico City round of the FIA World Endurance Championship.
Toyota's LMP1 driver Anthony Davidson reckons older drivers are better suited for endurance racing as they are more capable of seeing "the big picture" compared to up-and-coming youngsters.
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Anthony Davidson is optimistic that Toyota can present a larger threat to its LMP1 rivals in race trim during the WEC 6 Hours of Nurburgring than in qualifying.
Toyota hopes an all-new aerodynamic kit will aid recovery from its Le Mans “heartache” as the FIA World Endurance Championship resumes at the Nurburgring this weekend.
Amid the headline-grabbing stories of Toyota’s heartbreak and Ford’s GT triumph, the LMP2 class of the Le Mans 24 Hours risked being overlooked. But, as Jamie Klein explains, the category might hold the key to the future of the event.
That Toyota went into Le Mans as the underdog yet pulled out all the stops for what should've been a deserved first win makes that last lap so much more painful, writes Sam Smith.
Toyota has described the incredible moment when a certain maiden victory in the Le Mans 24 Hours slipped through its fingers as the leading #5 Toyota ground to a halt with three minutes remaining.
Porsche sealed its 18th overall victory in the Le Mans 24 Hours as the leading Toyota, which had look nailed-on for the win, ground to a halt with less than four minutes remaining of a classic encounter at La Sarthe.
Over the past four hours, Porsche suffered calamities in both LMP and GTE, but the marque's remaining 919 Hybrid is healthy, fast and splitting the two Toyota TS050s.
Toyota is looking forward to a competitive race when the French Tricolore waves to signal the start at 15.00 local time on Saturday.
Toyota racer Anthony Davidson says the FIA World Endurance Championship has a "ticking time bomb" on its hands if the ever-rising costs in the series are not dealt with soon.
Toyota may have had a possible victory in last month's Spa World Endurance Championship race snatched away by unreliability, but, as team director Rob Leupen tells Motorsport.com, the Japanese brand heads to Le Mans confident of a result.
Toyota’s Anthony Davidson has explained why the Japanese manufacturer didn’t deploy its Le Mans aerodynamic package at Spa’s WEC round, unlike LMP1 rivals Audi and Porsche.