How Toyota was deposed by Rebellion and the rules

How Toyota was deposed by Rebellion and the rules

The World Endurance Championship's much-debated success handicap rules achieved their expected outcome for the first time in China, with Toyota defeated in a 'straight' fight. Our in-depth race analysis explains how it unfolded

Another World Endurance Championship race, another walkover. Only this time it wasn't Toyota that dominated but Rebellion Racing.

Bruno Senna, Gustavo Menezes and Norman Nato swept to a one-minute victory for the Swiss entrant over just four hours of racing at Shanghai on a day when the heavily penalised Japanese cars were unable to race with the best of the LMP1 privateers.

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