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Rebellion Racing takes memorable win in Shanghai

Rebellion Racing dominated the LMP1 category at today’s 4 Hours of Shanghai – round 3 of FIA WEC – with their Rebellion R13 – Gibson. It marks only the fourth time in the WEC’s eight-year history that a non-Hybrid car has been classified as overall winner, after what was an interesting and intense battle throughout thanks to the LMP Success Handicap system introduced this season to ensure closer competition.

Porsche promoted to LMGTE Pro winners after No.51 AF Corse Ferrari disqualification Porsche have been promoted to winners of the LMGTE Pro category at today’s WEC 4 Hours of Shanghai after the No. 51 AF Corse 488 GTE Evo was disqualified following post-race technical checks. Ferrari was set to take its first ever LMGTE Pro victory on Chinese soil but the No. 51 car was in breach of the WEC Technical Regulations after the minimum ground clearance was found lower than 50mm.
JOTA celebrates LMP2 success with Goodyear The highly-competitive LMP2 category saw British-based squad JOTA take its first victory of Season 8 in the No.37 ORECA 07 Gibson of Antonio Felix da Costa, Roberto Gonzalez and Anthony Davidson. It marked the first WEC win for JOTA since Spa in 2015 and it was also the first win for Goodyear tyres – a remarkable achievement considering it is only the third event since the American tyre company joined the WEC with its new range of LMP2 tyres.

TF Sport secure another win in LMGTE Am In LMGTE Am, it was another dream race weekend for TF Sport as Jonny Adam, Charlie Eastwood and Salih Yoluc stormed to their second consecutive LMGTE Am race victory in the No.90 Aston Martin Vantage AMR. TF Sport’s dominant win sees the team take the lead in the overall LMGTE Am standings – three points ahead of AF Corse.

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