Porsche has announced that it will be returning to Le Mans in 2014 with a works-run LMP1 sports prototype. The first outing of the completely new developed race car is planned for the year 2014. With 16 overall victories, Porsche is the most successful manufacturer in Le Mans, although sister company Audi is catching up fast, having claimed their 10th victory in last month’s race.
We are delighted to announce Richard Allison, Emma Cella and Georgina Ball as winners of our Silverstone competition.
Fancy cycling around Silverstone’s NEW Grand Prix circuit? We do, and its free to ticket holders.
Nissan can now guarantee that its GT-R or 370Z will lead the FIA GT1 grid around a lap in 2010.
We’ve got 3 pairs of tickets to give away for Silverstone’s ‘not to be missed’ season opener.
NISMO enters the FIA GT1 World Championship with fighting talk.
The worst kept secret of 2009 has today been confirmed as fact: three years after it was first released, the Porsche 997 GT3 has been updated to reflect the redesign of the Gen2 997 and its all important new technology.
Does the GT1-based engine remain? And what about PDK? Well read on…
It may not be a matter of global importance, but the future direction of Porsche’s high performance engine development has been slightly up in…
In timely manner Richard Meaden describes what it is like to drive Aston’s awesome DBR9, winner of this year’s GT1 Class at Le Mans….