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Ferrari sim driver Wehrlein could make Le Mans, IndyCar 2019 starts
Autosport understands new Ferrari simulator driver Pascal Wehrlein could contest IndyCar races as well as the Le Mans 24 Hours this year
BY GARY WATKINS
BY TOM ERRINGTON, JAKE BOXALL-LEGGE
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Asian Le Mans Series adds race in Australia16/01
Brabham plans to race track day car in 201910/01
Brabham planning Le Mans GTE entry09/01
United Autosports commits to full WEC season09/01
BMW rules out early WEC hypercar programme29/12
Sirotkin set to drive in at least two 2019 WEC races18/12
McLaren could enter hypercar during 2020/2117/12
Button cuts back to just Le Mans with SMP10/12
Seidl was to lead Porsche racing before F1 role10/12
Porsche to again enter four GTE Pro cars at Le Mans08/12
Proposed hypercar powertrain rules clarified06/12
Success ballast to be used in WEC hypercar class05/12
WEC hypercar concept to use road car powertrains05/12
Button's WEC commitments could be scaled back05/12
WEC makes pitstop rule U-turn for 2019/2003/12
2019 Le Mans entry list set for split reveal29/11
Toyota preparing to race in 2019/20 WEC season27/11
Michelin instigates tyre programme with privateers26/11
Jani baffled by Alonso's LMP1 privateer comments22/11
WEC 'lucky' to avoid crash in Shanghai darkness21/11
WEC defends under-fire 2019 pre-season test plan21/11
Aston's victory wait 'felt like 1000 years'20/11
#7 Toyota 'lucked in' to victory - Conway18/11
Toyota scores one-two in wet Shanghai race18/11
Alonso: Rivals now 'much faster' than Toyota17/11
Dempsey-Proton stripped of WEC points17/11
Toyota always planned extra qualifying runs17/11
Toyotas lock out front row in Shanghai qualifying17/11
Buemi fastest for Toyota in damp WEC practice16/11
Corvette weight rise annulled before WEC return15/11
Porsche's 919 Evo will have FE 'carryover'11/11
Ferrari pegged back for Shanghai in updated BoP08/11
LMP1 privateers get another WEC rules boost08/11
Extra practice for LMP1 field at Shanghai06/11
Corvette unveils special livery for WEC return01/11
Webber drives Porsche 919 Evo on public roads25/10
McLaren 2020/21 hypercar move 'highly unlikely'23/10
Ginetta to miss third round in a row at Shanghai22/10
Jani has sympathy for WEC's EoT balance plight19/10
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  2019 WEC CALENDAR
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1 1 Sep Silverstone 
2 6 Oct Fuji 
3 10 Nov Shanghai 
4 14 Dec Bahrain 
5 1 Feb 2020 Sao Paulo 
6 Mar 2020 Sebring 
7 2 May 2020 Spa-Francorchamps 
8 13 Jun 2020 Le Mans 24h