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The cars showed strong pace and posted the second and third fastest top speeds of the field...
Audi sportscar ace Andre Lotterer speaks to Motorsport.com about the advances the German manufacturer has made with its latest LMP1 contender for this year's World Endurance Championship.
Porsche's Le Mans lap record holder Neel Jani explains why he thinks the German manufacturer will have "a battle on its hands" in LMP1 in the WEC this year.
Ford made its World Endurance Championship debut at the Paul Ricard Prologue test, and Motorsport.com was on hand to hear from driver Marino Franchitti and snap the best photos of its fantastic new machine.
Ford Chip Ganassi Racing WEC team runs two Ford GTs at ‘The Prologue’ ahead of new FIA World Endurance Championship season
During the two days, the prototypes of the Porsche Team covered a total mileage of 2,197 kilometres.
Porsche continued its domination of the World Endurance Championship Prologue test at Paul Ricard on Saturday morning, as Toyota brought out the red flags.
Porsche driver Brendon Hartley says his sights are set firmly on a victory in the Le Mans 24 Hours after he sealed the World Endurance Championship crown last year.
Porsche completed its clean sweep of the opening day of the World Endurance Championship Prologue test at Paul Ricard, as Neel Jani set the pace during the night session on Friday.
Former Manor Formula 1 boss John Booth has told Motorsport.com he was ready to quit motorsport after his association with the team ended last year.
WEC's reigning manufacturer champion Porsche continued to set the pace in the second session of Day 1 of the Prologue test at Paul Ricard.
Oliver Webb, will be making his public LMP1 debut for ByKolles Racing today, in the Prologue at Circuit Paul Ricard in France
Audi's Dieter Gass says that the all-new R18 for the 2016 World Endurance Championship has been developed separately from the 919 Hybrid of sister manufacturer Porsche.
Toyota's World Endurance Championship team director Rob Leupen says the Japanese manufacturer is hoping to raise the budget to run a third entry in the 2017 Le Mans 24 Hours.
World Endurance Champion Mark Webber has said the recent performance advantage Porsche enjoyed over factory LMP1 rivals Audi and Toyota could end when the new season kicks off next month at Silverstone.