Autosport Podcast: Sportscars 2023 - Why that is the 12 months to observe - Motor Informed

Autosport Podcast: Sportscars 2023 – Why that is the 12 months to observe

Toyota has gained all three races within the WEC thus far this 12 months, however has accomplished so towards revitalised opposition with the arrival of Ferrari, Porsche and Cadillac into the highest class, whereas Peugeot has launched into a full-season effort after showing halfway by means of 2022.

Already these new programmes have proven glimpses of promise, which can give Toyota pause for thought because it targets a sixth consecutive victory at La Sarthe. Ferrari scooped pole in Sebring for its new 499P Le Mans Hypercar, whereas Porsche turned the primary LMDh producer utilizing the spec hybrid system to take a podium in Portugal.

Forward of subsequent month’s centenary Le Mans, host Martyn Lee is joined on the podcast by sportscar knowledgeable Gary Watkins and Autosport Plus editor James Newbold to debate occasions within the WEC thus far this season.

They share their views on the fortunes of the Hypercar class producers, the brand new guidelines which have led to the present increase in sportscar racing curiosity, and run the rule over the ever-unpredictable LMP2 and GTE Am courses that may add additional intrigue to what guarantees to be an enthralling version of the world’s most well-known endurance race.

Because the podcast was recorded, the FIA and Le Mans organiser the Car Membership de l’Ouest have lifted the WEC’s ban on tyre warmers on a one-off basis for Le Mans.

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