Hypercar TOYOTA – Toyota GR010 Hybrid 7. Mike Conway, Kamui Kobayashi, Jose Maria Lopez 8. Sebastien Buemi, Kazuki Nakajima, Brendon Hartley Toyota has been WEC’s mainstay in the top class for several years and was ‘rewarded’ for its persistence by getting a clear run at three consecutive Le Mans wins, while preparing for the new Hypercar era with the GR010 Hybrid. In anticipation of fellow factory competition from the likes of Peugeot (2022) and Ferrari (2023) Toyota will once again be its own biggest rival, with an another intra-team battle anticipated between the world championship-winning #7 crew and the Le Mans winners in car #8, all of which remain on board for the new campaign. For Toyota, getting a handle on its all-new car, weeding out potential reliability issues, will be key in holding off the competition, particularly from Alpine. ALPINE – Alpine A480-Gibson 36. Andre Negrao, Nicolas Lapierre, Matthieu Vaxiviere Alpine steps up from LMP2 to Hypercar for an exploratory year, albeit with a grandfathered Oreca LMP1 chassis previously run by Rebellion. The top division’s Balance of Performance should theoretically guarantee that Alpine, which is the only Toyota rival to commit to every race, will be in the ballpark… Read full this story
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