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10.11.19
Following the 4 Hours of Shanghai the four winning crews celebrated on the podium before heading to the post race press conference.
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10.11.19
The no1 Rebellion Racing R13-Gibson of Norman Nato, Gustavo Menezes and Bruno Senna took the chequered flag at the end of the 4 Hours of Shanghai to secure the first ever WEC victory on the road by a private LMP1 team. Bruno Senna crossed the line 66 seconds ahead of the no8 Toyota TS050-Hybrid of Kazuki Nakajima and lapped the no7 Toyota in the final ten minutes of the race.
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09.11.19
The eight drivers that claimed the four class poles for the 4 Hours of Shanghai gathered for the post qualifying press conference.
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09.11.19
Rebellion Racing will start Round 3 of the 2019/20 FIA World Endurance Championship at the head of the 31-car field, the first time a non hybrid LMP1 car has started from pole in the WEC since Sebring in 2012 and breaking the dominance of the Toyota TS050 for the past two years.
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09.11.19
Toyota Gazoo Racing set the pace in the final free practice session ahead of qualifying for the 4 Hours of Shanghai. Kamui Kobayashi set the fastest lap of the weekend so far in No.7 Toyota TS050 HYBRID with a 1m47.184s on his first flying lap of 60-minute session that was cut short by a red flag for debris on track, with just three minutes left on the clock.
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08.11.19
Team LNT sets the outright pace on day 1 of the 4 Hours of Shanghai weekend, with Charlie Robertson in the no6 Ginetta-AER lapping the 5.4km Shanghai International Circuit in 1m48.127s, over six tenths quicker than the best time set in FP1. The no7 Toyota Gazoo Racing TS050 was second fastest, just 0.081s behind the lead car. Rebellion Racing was third fastest ahead of the no8 Toyota and the no5 Ginetta.
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08.11.19
The pre event press conference for the 4 Hours of Shanghai was held this afternoon at the Shanghai International Circuit. Five drivers faced the international media attending Round 3 of the 2019/20 FIA World Endurance Championship.
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08.11.19
Rebellion Racing has been part of the FIA World Endurance Championship since the first race in Florida in March 2012. The Swiss team have competed in LMP1 in every season except for 2017, when they competed in LMP2, winning the team and driver titles before moving back to LMP1 for the 2018/19 Super Season.
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08.11.19
The no1 Rebellion Racing R13-Gibson was the quickest car in the first Free Practice session of the 4 Hours of Shanghai weekend in China, Round 3 of the 2019/20 FIA World Endurance Championship. American Gustavo Menzes posted a 1m.48.761 lap late in the 90-minute session to push the no5 Team LNT Ginetta-AER into second spot by four tenths after Ben Hanley’s best time had put the British team at the head of the time sheets for most of the session. The no6 Ginetta finished third quickest, just 0.051s behind the sister car.
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04.11.19
Round 3 of the 2019/20 FIA World Endurance Championship will take place on Sunday 10 November. The first Chinese round of the FIA WEC was held in October 2012 and, while this will be the eighth edition of the race, it will be first time is run over 4 hours instead of the usual 6 hours. Here are 25 facts and figures about the race in Shanghai, Shanghai International Circuit and the city of Shanghai.

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