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Thread: 2018 WEC,IMSA and ELMS thread.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jgonzalesm6 View Post
    Press conference today at WEC. Pictures of the cars outside....yes it is snowing.

    https://pbs.twimg.com/media/DVlvgrSX0AAwbXR.jpg

    https://pbs.twimg.com/media/DVlvgraXUAEiyYj.jpg

    https://pbs.twimg.com/media/DVlvgrTXUAENOGU.jpg

    https://pbs.twimg.com/media/DVl8SCMWkAAoAeS.jpg

    https://pbs.twimg.com/media/DVliWsqW0AE_cxQ.jpg


    also

    WEC moves Fuji race date for Alonso, but creates controversial IMSA clash per Autosport.

    and

    WEC reveals 10-car LMP1 field for this year's Le Mans 24 Hours as well as 2018/19 superseason per Autosport.
    Toyota wanted Fuji moved as wanted Fernando to race their home race. IMSA, may move Petit race date. If not, think the drivers who are contracted to drives in IMSA, will have a long weekend.
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    10 LMP1s and not a diesel in sight. I can't wait; even the whiff of Alonso won't put me off. I just hope that Toyota haven't taken things too lightly over the winter and the non hybrid LMP1s don't get too much of a concession. I hate BoP and hope it does not become the scourge of LMP1 as it has elsewhere.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Architect View Post
    10 LMP1s and not a diesel in sight. I can't wait; even the whiff of Alonso won't put me off. I just hope that Toyota haven't taken things too lightly over the winter and the non hybrid LMP1s don't get too much of a concession. I hate BoP and hope it does not become the scourge of LMP1 as it has elsewhere.
    Toyota, lets face t have one hand on the WEC Titles this year. Le-Mans, as they have found out is altogether different beast. The BoP, only thing to "level" LMP1s is fuel. All LMP1s have same fuel and flow rate. But, what the others have over Toyota is, bodywork. Toyota can only use 1 bodywork for all season, while the others can swap at much as they like. Toyota know they have out right pace over the "privateers" i have sen them doing testing and practicing EVERY scenario that could go wrong at Le-Mans.

    Fernando, knows he could be on the verge of a very rare thing, double FIA World championships.

    WHo sais WEC was dead after Audi and Porsche left. This is what sportscars. endurance is about, not the big manufacturers, but small independent privateers. But, hats off to Toyota for their loyalty over the past few years.
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