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Jenson Button plans WEC return for hypercar era
Jenson Button, the 2009 Formula 1 world champion, wants to rejoin the World Endurance Championship for the new hypercar rules and could use a Le Mans 24 Hours LMP2 bid next year to prepare
BY MATT KEW
BY GARY WATKINS
  MORE WEC NEWS  
Peugeot to return to Le Mans with new hypercar13/11
Toyota: Success handicap too big at Shanghai12/11
Interlagos WEC round in jeopardy11/11
Toyota furious at "dangerous" Rebellion start tactic11/11
Video: The car at the heart of new film Le Mans '6610/11
GTE Pro winning Ferrari disqualified from Shanghai10/11
Rebellion takes its first on-the-road WEC win10/11
Rebellion on pole, Toyota off the pace09/11
Ginetta beats Toyota to top Shanghai practice08/11
Michelin to supply tyres to WEC hypercar class01/11
Toyotas slowed by nearly 3s per lap for Shanghai30/10
Toyota warns against 'playing around' with handicaps10/10
Vandoorne would like more 2020 WEC outings08/10
Will Toyota finally be beaten in next WEC round?07/10
JOTA disqualified from Fuji LMP2 podium finish06/10
#8 Toyota dominates as handicaps hurt sister car06/10
Why couldn't Ginetta/Rebellion beat slowed Toyota?05/10
Project 1 Porsche loses pole over door fixing screw05/10
Toyota sweeps front row despite handicaps starting05/10
Current LMP2 cars get one-season extension05/10
Rebellion won't 'screw' performance for future edge04/10
Kobayashi demotivated by Toyota WEC handicap04/10
F2 champion de Vries handed Toyota LMP1 run04/10
Toyota shrugs off handicaps to set Fuji pace04/10
Ghiotto gets Fuji Ginetta drive, eyes more WEC17/09
Toyota's first handicap under new system revealed16/09
Aston set for four-car Valkyrie WEC effort13/09
Aston WEC hypercar won't use hybrid tech09/09
Toyota accused of hiding true WEC pace04/09
Why Smith came out of retirement for Ginetta03/09
Incorrect penalty cost Ferrari GTE Pro victory shot02/09
Rebellion will drop second car until next April02/09
Nato's "stupid mistake" hospitalised mechanic02/09
Toyota used team orders three times at Silverstone02/09
Toyota dominates WEC opener at Silverstone01/09
Injured Davidson pulls out of WEC opener01/09
Rebellion "consistently faster" than us - Toyota01/09
WEC outlines LMP1 success handicap details31/08
Toyota locks out front row for Silverstone opener31/08
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  2019 WEC CALENDAR
RndDateRace
1 1 Sep Silverstone  Results 
2 6 Oct Fuji  Results 
3 10 Nov Shanghai  Results 
4 14 Dec Bahrain 
5 1 Feb 2020 Sao Paulo 
6 20 Mar 2020 Sebring 
7 25 Apr 2020 Spa-Francorchamps 
8 13 Jun 2020 Le Mans 24h