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TOYOTA returned to international endurance racing in 2012 as part of the revived World Endurance Championship. With a team based at TOYOTA Motorsport GmbH (TMG), TOYOTA made history by becoming the first manufacturer to build a team entirely around a hybrid powertrain and a successful first season saw the TS030 HYBRID car win three of the six races it entered. In 2013 the TS030 HYBRID finished second at the historical Le Mans 24 Hours. One year later the TS040 HYBRID won five out of eight races TOYOTA became 2014 Drivers’ and Manufacturers’ World Champion. The revised TS040 HYBRID will be now on track for the 2015 season. The World Endurance Championship features eight races on three continents, including the legendary Le Mans 24 Hours as well as the premier event of the worlds famous Nürburgring in Germany. Beside the most exciting race tracks in the world, the series also features an unparalleled level of technical innovation and large grids, promising yet another exciting season of long-distance racing. Welcome to our team’s website, where you can discover more about TOYOTA’s Hybrid Racing challenge in 2015 and our team, including the drivers Anthony Davidson, Sébastien Buemi and Kazuki Nakajima for the #1 car together with Alex Wurz, Stéphane Sarrazin and Mike Conway for the #2 car. Kamui Kobayashi is the test and reserve driver.