2018/2019 WEC Super Season

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Toyota will be lighter than the past several races at Le Mans, but heavier than last Le Mans. The Gibson-powered cars will be lighter than at both Spa and last Le Mans. Slight increase in maximum fuel flow for all non-hybrids as well.

I don't see this doing much but it shouldn't be as bad as last year's Toyota runaway, I guess.

https://sportscar365.com/lemans/wec/toyotas-hit-with-eot-change-for-24h-le-mans/
 

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The only LMP1 that posted a quicker Test Day time than last year was DragonSpeed, but they're still about six seconds off (compared to about eight last year). The 1st-6th spread (two each from Toyota, Rebellion, SMP) is almost virtually the same as last year at 2.7 seconds. SMP look to be about as far back as last year, Rebellion worse off than last year, but they're also debuting a new aero kit.

It looks like the FIA and ACO told BMW to go **** themselves with the BoP after announcing they're leaving the series, because they're running GTE-Am times and not anywhere close to their Pro counterparts. Ouch.

http://www.dailysportscar.com/wp-co..._Classification_Test-Session-Le-Mans-2019.pdf
 
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