Gabriele Tarquini and Andy Priaulx shared victories today in Marrakech, coming home safe after two races that were spoiled by a number of crashes and safety car periods. In the first race the reigning world champion and his SEAT...Read More
The Sumo Power GT team came away from the first of two races in round two of the FIA GT1 World Championship at Silverstone, delighted that it had achieved its goal of bringing both its Nissan GT-Rs home in the top ten: Jamie...Read More
Hungarian rookie Norbert Michelisz led the way with a fastest lap of 1:49.347, as the WTCC Race of Morocco officially got underway today on the streets of Marrakech. Tom Coronel and his SEAT León TDI (1:49.446) led for the...Read More
Casey Stoner set an early target that his rivals were unable to follow in this afternoon’s opening free practice for the Grand Prix of Spain, clocking what proved to be the fastest time of the session after just four laps. An...Read More
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The #68 and #85 disqualified 😕🧐
after the 2019 24 Hours of Le Mans
During the post-race technical checks, the race stewards officially disqualified the #68 (Ford Chip Ganassi Team USA's Ford GT) and the #85 (Keating Motorsports' Ford GT) for breach of fuel tank capacity regulations.
The maximum permitted volume per the Endurance Committee Decision for the car was 97 liters, and scrutineering revealed the #68 Ford’s tank to hold 97.83 liters.
The top step on the LMGTE Am class podium is now claimed by Team Project 1's #56 Porsche.
The results of the 87th running of the 24 Hours of Le Mans remain provisional. ... See Less