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Jenson Button: Toyota will win Silverstone WEC race by four laps
Toyota could beat the LMP1 privateers by a margin as large as four laps in this weekend's Silverstone World Endurance Championship race, predicts SMP's Jenson Button
BY GARY WATKINS
BY NEIL BRISCOE
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  2018 WEC CALENDAR
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1 5 May Spa-Francorchamps/1  Results 
2 16 Jun Le Mans 24h/1  Results 
3 19 Aug Silverstone  Results 
4 14 Oct Fuji 
5 18 Nov Shanghai 
6 16 Mar 2019 Sebring 
7 4 May 2019 Spa-Francorchamps/2 
8 15 Jun 2019 Le Mans 24h/2