Scuderia Cameron Glickenhaus finished third and fourth in the 90th running of the 24 Hours of Le Mans, the first time an American manufacturer had placed on the podium since 1967. Glickenhaus Racing’s No. 709 finished third at Le Mans, with Ryan Briscoe, Franck Mallieux and Richard Westbrook sharing driving duties. The small car company
NASCAR and Hendrick Motorsports have announced their intention to compete in the 24 Hours of Le Mans as the special Garage 56 entry in 2023. The entry will be a modified version of the Next Gen Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 race car and is a collaboration of NASCAR, Hendrick Motorsports, Chevrolet, IMSA, and Goodyear. “From the early
Doug Yates and Roush Yates Engines had seven months to produce this twin-turbo Ford EcoBoost V6 to power the Ford GT fleet that will defend the 24 Hours of Le Mans title.
History has been made! The No. 68 (Joey Hand (US), Dirk Müller (GER), and Sébastien Bourdais (FRA)) wins the 84th running of the 24 Hours of Le Mans. Fifty years after Ford’s legendary 1966 victory, the twin-turbo Ford EcoBoost V6 race engine and Ford Chip Ganassi No. 68 wins Le Mans.
Going back to Le Mans 50 years after its 1966 win has been a journey inspired by a rich Ford family history. To go back to honor this heritage, Ford needed to assemble the right partners that shared its passion and love for racing. Roush Yates Engines got the call from Ford to become part of its team.
In 2006, Audi became the first manufacturer to win what is arguably the world’s toughest endurance race with diesel power. This year marks the 10th anniversary of this achievement. Today, the TDI engine is more efficient than ever before and part of a highly complex diesel-hybrid powertrain.
For the first time Porsche is showing images of the centrepiece of its Le Mans winning Porsche 919 Hybrid. Back in 2014, the company entered the FIA World Endurance Championship (WEC) with the most innovative drive concept on the entire grid: a turbo charged four-cylinder combustion engine.