The verdict on WEC's LMP1 big guns

The verdict on WEC's LMP1 big guns

With Toyota having ended Audi's reign in 2014, Porsche gearing up for a second season and Nissan coming soon, the stakes are high in the 2015 World Endurance Championship. GARY WATKINS surveys the scene ahead of Silverstone's opener

The three manufacturers that will slug it out for this season's World Endurance Championship titles are back on the grid at the Silverstone opener this weekend with new or nearly-new cars.

They have each undertaken significant development programmes for the new season: Porsche has built an all-new version of the 919 Hybrid; and Audi and Toyota have undertaken significant upgrades of their respective R18 e-tron quattro and TS040 HYBRID challengers.

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