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13.10.18
The calendar for the 2019/20 FIA World Endurance Championship has been approved today in Paris by the FIA World Motor Sport Council. The calendar will feature eight races of varying lengths starting at Silverstone in the UK on the 1 st September and concluding at Le Mans in June 2020.
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12.10.18
This Friday was “installation day” for the drivers taking part in the FIA Hill Climb Masters. In glorious Italian sunshine, at the foot of the medieval city of Gubbio, the teams erected their awnings and paddock structures, and their cars passed scrutineering. The competitive action begins tomorrow from 10am with the first of two practice heats.
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12.10.18
2018 Race of Hockenheim - Qualifying 2 & 3
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12.10.18
FIA President Jean Todt and Deputy President for Sport Graham Stoker hosted the third World Motor Sport Council of 2018 today in Paris
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12.10.18
Four dynamic females racing in the United States hope to take the 2019 IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship by storm with a ground-breaking team on board the No. 57 Meyer Shank Racing (MSR) Acura NSX GT3 car.
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12.10.18
TOR Truck Racing’s Shane Brereton finished his record-breaking campaign in the FIA European Truck Racing Championship’s GRAMMER TRUCK CUP with a dominant performance that resulted in four category wins from four races.
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12.10.18
In first qualifying of the FIA Formula 3 European Championship during the season finale at Hockenheim, Guanyu Zhou (PREMA Theodore Racing, 1m32.335s) claimed first place.
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12.10.18
Belgium’s legendary Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps will join the FIA World Rallycross Championship presented by Monster Energy from next season in a new five-year deal, with the quickest rallycross drivers on the planet set to tackle one of the most iconic corners in the sport – Eau Rouge.
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12.10.18
In the traditional Pre Event Press Conference six drivers gathered after Free Practice 1 to answers questions from the international media ahead of this weekend’s 6 Hours of Fuji, Round 4 of the 2018/19 FIA World Endurance Championship.
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12.10.18
Toyota continue to improve the times around the 4.5km Fuji Speedway, with Fernando Alonso lowering the best time of the day by nearly two seconds for the Japanese team.

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