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Lotterer has sympathy for Audi DTM drivers

Andre Lotterer says he has sympathy for Audi's DTM drivers, who are now facing an uncertain future as he did when the German marque ended its LMP1 project four years ago.

WEC: "The market will decide" if LMDh is delayed

FIA World Endurance Championship boss Gerard Neveu admits that the "market will decide" whether the series has to push back the introduction of LMDh cars until the 2023 season.

ByKolles resumes testing after gaining Le Mans entry

The ByKolles LMP1 team has resumed testing as it prepares for this year's Le Mans 24 Hours, following its expected graduation to the main entry list for the French classic.

Lotterer, Jani interested in Porsche LMDh drives

Porsche drivers Andre Lotterer and Neel Jani have both indicated interest in being part of the German manufacturer's potential return to sportscar racing's top flight in 2022 under the new LMDh rules.

Gallery: Corvette's 20-year history at Le Mans

Following the news that Corvette will skip the 88th running of Le Mans 24 Hours, we revisited our photo archive to find the best images from the American brand's 20-year history in the French endurance classic.

Corvette withdraws from 2020 Le Mans 24 Hours

Corvette Racing has pulled its pair of GTE Pro C8.Rs from the rescheduled Le Mans 24 Hours, citing several factors for the withdrawal.

LM Hypercar rules amended to converge with new LMDh regs

The rules for the LM Hypercar FIA World Endurance Championship category have been brought into line with the new LMDh regulations due to come into force one season later.

WEC teams call for reduced 2021 calendar

Several FIA World Endurance Championship teams are calling for fewer races in 2021 in the face of the economic fallout from the global coronavirus pandemic.

Peugeot's return on target despite Hypercar/LMDh dilemma

Peugeot's return to sportscar racing in the 2022 FIA World Endurance Championship remains on target despite delaying its decision on whether to develop an LM Hypercar or a LMDh contender.

Opinion: WEC should double down on its IMSA tie-up

In a post-coronavirus world, motorsport series are going to have to work together more than ever to ensure their survival. That's why the FIA World Endurance Championship should deepen its growing ties with the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship.

ACO, IMSA reveal LMDh regulation details

The ACO and IMSA have announced more details of their latest joint regulations for the new LMDh prototype class.

McLaren says LMDh rules are "extremely appealing"

McLaren Racing boss Zak Brown has described the LMDh rules that will be used in the FIA World Endurance Championship and the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship from 2022 onwards as "very appealing".

Alonso claims 2021 plans are "more or less" set

Two-time Formula 1 world champion Fernando Alonso says he knows “more or less” what his racing plans will be for the 2021 season.

Watch: Schumacher make his Mercedes World Sportscar race debut
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Watch: Schumacher make his Mercedes World Sportscar race debut

In this free episode from Motorsport.tv’s rich Duke Classic Video archive, relive the drama of Michael Schumacher’s first start in the 1990 World Sportscar Championship at Dijon in France – as well as a startline shunt that almost took out the pace car!

Toyota pushes back hypercar rollout to October

Toyota has revealed it is now targeting an October track debut for the GR Super Sport-based hypercar that will race in the FIA World Endurance Championship in 2021.

New September date could make Le Mans "very fast"

This year’s Le Mans 24 Hours could be one of the fastest in recent history due to cooler conditions prevailing in France during September, according to Goodyear’s Motorsport Director Ben Crawley.

Insight: What’s the future for the Le Mans 24h and WEC?

For the latest in our series of #thinkingforward interviews with leaders from across motorsport Charles Bradley and James Allen discuss how the Le Mans 24 Hours and worldwide endurance racing will emerge from this pandemic crisis with Automobile Club de l’Ouest President Pierre Fillon and WEC CEO Gerard Neveu.

Podcast: Tandy on Porsche's 2015 Le Mans success

Porsche factory driver Nick Tandy is the latest special guest to feature on the Autosport podcast, which covers his life and career – including his famous Le Mans triumph in 2015.

Remembering Michele Alboreto: F1 ace, Le Mans winner and good man

In a rancid 2001 season that lost us the great Dale Earnhardt in February and sportscar legend Bob Wollek in March, Michele Alboreto perished in an accident in April. David Malsher-Lopez pays tribute to the Formula 1 ace and Le Mans 24 Hours winner.

“Vital” LMDh prototype rules to be revealed in two weeks

The technical regulations for the new LMDh platform that will form the basis for top-class sportscar competition from 2022 will be unveiled within the next fortnight, according to Pierre Fillon, the president of Le Mans 24 Hours organiser the Automobile Club de l’Ouest.

Le Mans open to October or November race, if new date ruled out

The Le Mans 24 Hours could yet be run in October or November, if the rescheduled event can’t happen in September as is currently planned.

Phil Hill – America’s first F1 champion and Le Mans legend

On what should have been 1961 Formula 1 World Champion Phil Hill’s 93rd birthday, David Malsher-Lopez pays tribute to an open-wheel ace and a sportscar great.

Toyota rebrands European-based TMG operation

Toyota Gazoo Racing Europe is the new name for the German-based organisation behind the Japanese manufacturer's FIA World Endurance Championship programme.

WEC still planning to host Spa race in August

The FIA World Endurance Championship is still working towards a resumption of the 2019/20 season at Spa in August despite an extension of controls on public life in Belgium.