January 18, 2021

Lexus ends factory support for European RC F GT3 program

Lexus Europe announced on Wednesday that it has “reached the natural end to its direct support of GT3 racing projects in Europe”, which in 2020 centered on the Tech 1-run Panis Racing squad’s campaign in the GT World Challenge Europe. “As the brand’s strategic direction evolves, keeping Lexus at the forefront of automotive electrification, Lexus Europe will focus on other ways to engage …Keep reading …

Lexus ends factory support for European GT3 programme

Lexus Europe announced on Wednesday that it has “reached the natural end to its direct support of GT3 racing projects in Europe”, which in 2020 centered on the Tech 1-run Panis Racing squad’s campaign in the GT World Challenge Europe. “As the brand’s strategic direction evolves, keeping Lexus at the forefront of automotive electrification, Lexus Europe will focus on other ways to engage …Keep reading …

Why Timur Boguslavskiy has added incentive in the Spa 24 Hours

Many car brands organize a special party with their drivers from different series attending. And if Mercedes does that this winter, of course, Lewis Hamilton and Valtteri Bottas are going to be the megastars. But who might step on to the red carpet next?DTM stars? Well, there’s no more Mercedes in DTM. Its 24 Hours of Nurburgring heroes? This year they led but allowed the win to slip to …Keep reading …

GT World Challenge Europe issues revised schedule

The German fixture, which maintains its September 6 date, has been extended in duration and joins the already-rescheduled Paul Ricard 1000km six-hour race in November on what is now an eight-weekend calendar. GTWCE organiser the Stephane Ratel Organisation has reduced the number of events from 10 to eight in light of the compacted season resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic, while keeping the …Keep reading …