Book a 3-day or Sunday ticket before Christmas for the chance to win 1 of 25 pairs of Sunday Grid Walk tickets!
Silverstone is proud to host the opening round of the FIA World Endurance Championship in 2014.
There will be fresh competition for Toyota and Audi in the 2014 Le Mans series, with former F1® ace Mark Webber signing for Porsche and competing in their new LMP1 sports prototype. The three manufacturers and drivers will be competing for the privilege of adding their names to the base of the Royal Automobile Club Tourist Trophy; a roll of honour that stretches back to 1905.
In addition to LMP1 there will be some great competition throughout the full grid, including works teams from Porsche, Ferrari and Aston Martin in LMGTE Pro.
A great weekend for all of the family, and with an exciting schedule packed full of racing and entertainment, there is no better reason to visit Silverstone for the ultimate Easter weekend of motorsport!
Programme vouchers are available for £5 in advance and can be exchanged for a programme at the event.
The FIA WEC includes four classes, two for prototypes (LMP for Le Mans Prototype) and two for GTs (LMGTE for Le Mans Grand Touring Endurance).
LM P1 prototypes – driven by professional drivers and fighting for overall victory. The manufacturers teams in 2014 will be Audi, Toyota and Porsche. There will also be private teams in LMP1, with Oak Racing and Rebellion Racing already announcing their intention to enter the Privateer class LMP1 cars are identified by RED stickers and race numbers will be between 1 and 22.
LM P2 prototypes – powered by engines derived from road cars and driven by professional and gentleman drivers. Chassis manufacturers include Oreca, Morgan, Lotus and Zytek. These cars are identified by BLUE stickers and race numbers will be between 23 and 49.
LM GTE Pro – reserved for sports and touring cars with major manufacturers such as Ferrari, Aston Martin and Porsche, and driven by professionals only. These cars are identified by GREEN stickers.
LM GTE Am - consists of gentleman and professional drivers and the cars are at least one year older than the latest LMGTE Pro specification cars. These cars are identified by ORANGE stickers.
The LM GTE competitors will carry numbers between 50 and 99.
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