Why Toyota can make up for its heartbreak in 2017

Why Toyota can make up for its heartbreak in 2017

Last year Toyota lost the Le Mans 24 Hours in agonising fashion. Its response for 2017 has been to completely overhaul its LMP1 car in pursuit of 24-hour - and World Endurance Championship - glory

Toyota should have won the Le Mans 24 Hours last year and it somehow managed to take the battle for the World Endurance Championship drivers' title down to the wire in Bahrain.

Yet in reality it wasn't a consistent challenger for race victories in 2016. This year could be different in the post-Audi LMP1 era, as Toyota bids to prevent Porsche sweeping to a hat-trick of Le Mans victories and WEC titles.

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