2018 sees the introduction of the WEC Super Season, named not for the many, varied, high-level entries which will be competing but for the fact that the season will stretch over 14 months, beginning in May 2018 and ending with the 24 Hours of Le Mans in June 2019.

This transitional season will be the first to see the cornerstone event of the WEC placed as the last event in the calendar, and it is an exceptional season in that it features among the eight rounds not one but two editions of the Total 6 Hours of Spa-Francorchamps and the 24 Hours of Le Mans.  Make the most of this because it won’t happen again! The addition of new LMP1 Private teams to Toyota Motorsport in the most technological of classes, LMP1, breathes new life into the prototype categories and the quality of the driver line ups indicates that the races will be as fiercely fought and entertaining as ever.

As well as new cars and few faces, 2018-2019’s calendar features prestigious and historic circuits around the world including, for the first time since 2012, Sebring International Raceway in Florida.  The WEC will join IMSA in putting on a spectacular weekend festival of motor racing – the 1500 Miles of Sebring taking place immediately after IMSA’s traditional 12-hour race.

Spa, Le Mans, Silverstone, Fuji, Shanghai, Sebring, Spa and Le Mans…never again will there be such an opportunity for fans to be entertained by so many miles of racing in the one season.  Enjoy the WEC Super Season!

2018 - 2019 World Endurance Championship Calendar & Results

Date

Circuit

Result

 

Points

P

06

07

April

Le Castellet, FRANCE

1

05

05

May

Spa-Francorchamps, BELGIUM

2

16

17

June

Circuit de la Sarthe, FRANCE

3

19

19

August

Silverstone, UNITED KINGDOM

4

21

21

October

Fuji Speedway, JAPAN

5

18

18

November

Shanghai, CHINA

6

16

16

March

Sebring International Raceway, USA

7

04

04

May

Spa-Francorchamps, BELGIUM

8

15

16

June

Circuit de la Sarthe, FRANCE