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Watch the 2015 FIA World Endurance Championship LIVE on Motors TV

It seems WEC is the series of the moment! New regulations introduced by the FIA and ACO last year have proved very successful on a technological and sporting front. With top-tier LMP1 constructors Audi, Porsche and Toyota all featuring in a different hybrid energy division, races are rife with on-track battles and feature relentless wheel-to-wheel action. Forget traditional, processional endurance races; it’s all about an exciting six-hour sprint to the flag. And 2015 promises to be just that as all manufacturers have improved their cars over the winter in an effort to be even more competitive this season.

Audi have stuck with their V6 diesel and flywheel energy storage system, targeting a 14th Le Mans 24 Hours victory and the chance to re-claim the WEC crown after Toyota’s championship win last year. Meanwhile, the Japanese squad has vastly upgraded last year’s title-winning TS 040 Hybrid – we’re talking 80% new parts. They’re dreaming of redemption at Circuit de la Sarthe after a wasted opportunity in 2014. And last but not least, Porsche has decided to move its 919 Hybrid up to the highest energy division allowed with a view to challenging for the win at every round and as early as possible. But can they achieve such a feat?

ELMS champions Alpine are graduating to the category

And it’s all change in LMP2 mostly thanks to the revised Ligier JS P2 and ORECA 05 coupes. Reigning double ELMS champions Alpine are graduating to the category this year while US Extreme Speed Motorsports also joins the series, adding some international flavour.

Although Aston Martin, Ferrari and Porsche form most of the grid in both GT classes, Corvette are making a remarkable comeback in GTE with renowned French outfit Larbre Competition.  

Enjoy full live coverage of all FIA WEC rounds (excluding Le Mans) on Motors TV! For more information on the FIA World Endurance Championship, please visit the official website.


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