Endurance News

Injured Auer to miss Bathurst 12H
Kiwi Audi joins Bathurst 12H field
Stanaway, Whincup to race at B12Hr
Reynolds lands Mercedes B12Hr drive
Porsche names factory Bathurst trio

Craft-Bamboo Racing is on the hunt for a driver for next week's Bathurst 12 Hour after Lucas Auer was injured in a practice crash in Daytona.

New Zealand squad International Motorsport will field a Silver Cup entry in the Bathurst 12 Hour early next month.

Richie Stanaway and Jamie Whincup will share a Boost Mobile-backed, Triple Eight-run Mercedes at the 2023 Bathurst 12 Hour.

Supercars star David Reynolds will team up Jordan Love and Tony Bates in a Mercedes at the Bathurst 12 Hour.

Mathieu Jaminet, Thomas Preining and Matt Campbell will spearhead Porsche's factory-backed Pro entry at the Bathurst 12 Hour.

Factory support for Wall Lamborghini at Bathurst

Wall Racing will have factory Lamborghini support for its Silver entry at the 2023 Bathurst 12 Hour.

Supercars squad to make Bathurst 12 Hour debut

The newest team in Supercars has announced an unexpected entry in the Bathurst 12 Hour next month.

Craft-Bamboo locks in Bathurst return

Craft-Bamboo Racing has confirmed it will return to Mount Panorama for a sixth appearance at the Bathurst 12 Hour next month.

Red Bull F1 car to lap Mount Panorama at Bathurst

A Red Bull Formula 1 car will run demonstration laps of the famous Mount Panorama circuit during the Bathurst 12 Hour weekend in February.

Triple Eight unveils Bathurst line-up, livery

Triple Eight has unveiled its all-Pro driver line-up for the Bathurst 12 Hour as well as a new look for its Mercedes.

Bamber, De Pasquale team up for Dubai 24 Hour

Earl Bamber and Anton De Pasquale will spearhead Grove Racing's line-up for the 2023 Dubai 24 Hour race.

Bronze GT3 class added to Bathurst 12 Hour

An all-Bronze GT3 class has been added to class structure of the 2023 Bathurst 12 Hour.

Lowndes returns to charity Bathurst entry

Craig Lowndes will lead the line-up for a Pro-Am entry raising funds for the Prostate Cancer Foundation Australia at the Bathurst 12 Hour next February.

GruppeM locks in Bathurst tilt

GruppeM Racing has confirmed that it will return to Mount Panorama for the Bathurst 12 Hour early next year.

Tander won't race at Bathurst 12 Hour

Garth Tander won't race in the Bathurst 12 Hour next year, instead opting to focus on his TV commitments.

First overseas entry for Bathurst 12 Hour

The first official entry for the 2023 Bathurst 12 Hour has been lodged as the event re-positions itself as an international GT race.

Pro line-ups return to Bathurst 12 Hour

All-professional driver line-ups will return to the Bathurst 12 Hour from 2023 onwards.

Ford Supercars drivers could join GT factory pool

Supercars stars will be in the frame to join Ford's factory driver pool once the Mustang GT programme kicks off.

Ford's new take on electric motorsport

Ford Performance is no longer pushing for major motor racing categories to adopt electrification or hybridisation.

Ford wants Mustang GT3 to race at Bathurst

Ford Performance has Mount Panorama and the Bathurst 12 Hour firmly in its sights as part of its new GT programme.

Nissan GT-R would struggle at Nurburgring now, says Kondo

Kondo Racing doesn’t believe the Nissan GT-R NISMO GT3 would be competitive if it were to return to the Nurburgring 24 Hours next year.

The 10 greatest LMP1 races ranked Prime

The 10 greatest LMP1 races ranked

As the LMP1 class prepares to bow out of top-line sportscar racing at the World Endurance Championship season finale in Bahrain this weekend, Motorsport.com looks back over the past two decades to pick out the 10 of its best contests

How a DTM failure became an unlikely Nurburgring 24h winner Prime

How a DTM failure became an unlikely Nurburgring 24h winner

Opel's fortunes in the DTM had taken a turn for the worst by 2003 - hardly the pedigree that suggested it could take on the toughest 24-hour race of them all. But that's exactly what it did…

How Sauber created its greatest legacy Prime

How Sauber created its greatest legacy

In the latest part of the series celebrating 50 years of the much-loved Swiss outfit, we exmaine how Sauber's partnership with Mercedes and its famous junior drivers helped produce its greatest legacy in racing

The legacy that will be left by a tin-top great Prime

The legacy that will be left by a tin-top great

Charly Lamm and the Schnitzer Motorsport name are almost interchangeable. When he steps down at the end of 2018, the absence of a driving force behind the touring car world's greatest empire will undeniably leave a huge void.