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Aston Martin Wins The 24 Hours of Le Mans and Clinches WEC Manufacturers’ Title

Aston Martin has won the 88th 24 Hours of Le Mans. The British manufacturer, which was last victorious in the world famous event in 2017, recorded its best ever result at the Circuit de la Sarthe by winning both GT classes and with three crews standing on the podium. The result means that Aston Martin scored enough points to secure the FIA World Endurance Championship (WEC) manufacturers’ title with one round remaining.

Brits Line Up for Le Mans 24 Hours

The 88th edition of the World’s greatest endurance race, the 24 Hours of Le Mans, takes place behind closed doors this weekend (19–20 September).

British GT Championship sets course for Brands

The Intelligent Money British GT Championship stages its third event since the start of August this weekend when the 2020 campaign reaches its halfway mark at Brands Hatch.

British GT: Howard and Adam reunite with Beechdean AMR for Brands Hatch weekender

Andrew Howard and Jonny Adam will reprise their famous partnership with Beechdean AMR when the Intelligent Money British GT Championship visits Brands Hatch this weekend.

British F4: Browning Takes a Hat-trick on Home Turf to Claim Championship Lead

Luke Browning stormed to a hat-trick of victories in the F4 British Championship certified by FIA – powered by Ford EcoBoost on a dominant weekend at Oulton Park to take the championship lead.

WPI Motorsport and Team Parker conquer the wet at Donington Park

Michael Igoe and Andrea Caldarelli produced a perfect performance in challenging wet conditions to score theirs and WPI Motorsport’s maiden Intelligent Money British GT Championship wins in Sunday’s endurance race at Donington Park.

New raceday format for the first of British GT’s two Donington rounds

The 2020 Intelligent Money British GT Championship continues this weekend (August 15/16) when Donington Park hosts a combination of sprint and endurance races.

British F4: O'Sullivan and Mansell seal Carlin hat-trick at Brands Hatch

Carlin completed an emphatic hat-trick in the F4 British Championship certified by FIA – powered by Ford EcoBoost at Brands Hatch GP last weekend (08-09 August), with a double victory for Zak O’Sullivan extending his early championship lead to 18 points.

Ilott seals second FIA F2 win to take Championship lead

Motorsport UK Academy Team UK member Callum Ilott put the frustrations of last weekend behind him to control the Formula 2 Feature Race from start to finish, and emphatically snatch the championship lead from his fellow Ferrari junior Robert Shwartzman on home soil at Silverstone.

O'Sullivan holds early lead as British F4 heads to Brands Hatch

Three rounds in and the 2020 F4 British Championship certified by FIA – powered by Ford EcoBoost title fight is already shaping up to be a cracker. Carlin’s Zak O’Sullivan arrives at Brands Hatch with a 16-point lead after the opening skirmishes, but it’s still anybody’s game.