Six Hours of Mexico City
A new entry on the WEC calendar, top-level endurance racing returns to Mexico for the first time since the 1990s, at a revamped track in Mexico City
Six Hours of Nürburgring, Germany
Six Hours of Nürburgring, Germany, 24 July. One of the legends of sportscar racing with its famous Nordschleife (northern loop), with more than 20km and 154 turns. The World Endurance Championship returns to the Nürburgring Grand Prix track after a successful maiden event in 2015.
Six Hours of Bahrain, Bahrain
Six Hours of Bahrain. 19 November. A modern circuit in the desert; this Middle East venue boasts fantastic facilities and has become a popular venue since its first WEC race in 2012.
Six Hours of Shanghai, China
Six Hours of Shanghai, China. 6 November. Nowadays a regular destination for sportscar racing, China is bringing the excitement of the World Endurance Championship to a vast population.
Six Hours of Fuji, Japan
Six Hours of Fuji, Japan. 16 October. 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.
Six Hours of Circuit of the Americas (USA)
Six Hours of Circuit of the Americas, USA. 17 September. First American track purpose-built for F1, the Circuit of The Americas recreates parts of tracks like Silverstone, Hockenheim and Istanbul. It also runs anti-clockwise.
Le Mans 24 Hours, France
Le Mans 24 Hours, France. 18-19 June. The myth of Le Mans; the most famous and demanding sportscar race for man and machine.
Six Hours of Spa-Francorchamps, Belgium
Six Hours of Spa-Francorchamps, Belgium. 7 May. The final race before the Le Mans 24 Hours, on a real drivers’ circuit, featuring the legendary Eau Rouge corner.