6 Hours of Bahrain
6 Hours of Bahrain, Bahrain. November, 15. A modern circuit in the desert, this Middle -East venue boasts fantastic facilities and welcomes its first major endurance major event.
6 Hours of Shanghai
6 Hours of Shanghai, China. November 2. Nowadays a regular destination for sportscar racing, China is bringing the excitement of the World Endurance Championship to a vast population.
6 Hours of Fuji
6 Hours of Fuji, Japan. October 12. A classic motorsport venue and Japanese pioneer, as host of the first Japanese race of the World Endurance Championship in the 1980s. Fuji Speedway is characterized by an extremely long straight.
6 Hours of Austin
6 Hours of Austin. September 20. First ever American track purpose-built for F1, the Circuit of The Americas recreates parts of some tracks like Silverstone, Hockenheim and Istanbul. It is also run counter-clockwise.
6 Hours of São Paulo
6 Hours of Sao Paulo. November 30. Situated in Sao Paulo, this hilly track goes in anti-clockwise direction and features a long, super-fast final corner. Hosted the 1000 Milhas in 2007.
24 Hours of Le Mans
The 81th 24 Hours of Le Mans, France. June 14-15. The mythe of Le Mans. The most famous and demanding sportscar race… for man and machine.
6 hours of Spa-Francorchamps
6 Hours of Spa, Belgium. May, 3. The final race before the Le Mans 24 Hours, on a real driver’s circuit, featuring the legendary Eau Rouge corner.