WEC's hypercar vision needs less talk and more action

WEC's hypercar vision needs less talk and more action

Manufacturers have spoken positively about the World Endurance Championship's hypercar concept, but that's not nearly enough - the series desperately needs them to step forward and commit to show it has a bright future after all

There's now been six months' worth of hype - excuse the pun - surrounding the World Endurance Championship's future hypercar concept prototype class. Any number of people, all-important manufacturers included, have stepped forward to talk up the innovative formula that will come into force for the 2020/21 WEC season.

But talk is cheap. What the hypercar concept needs right now is for major car makers to put their hands up and say, 'We're coming, see you in September 2020'.

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