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Duqueine Engineering replaces Ferrari entry at Le Mans 24 Hours
The Duqueine Engineering LMP2 team has been promoted to the entry list for this year's Le Mans 24 Hours, replacing the Sprit of Race #55 Ferrari GTE Am entry
BY GARY WATKINS
BY JAMIE KLEIN
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  2019 WEC CALENDAR
RndDateRace
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