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Seidl: Porsche's 919 Evo LMP1 car will have Formula E carryover
Porsche's unrestricted 919 Hybrid Evo LMP1 car will have "carryover" into its Formula E programme that begins in 2019/20
BY TOM ERRINGTON
BY GARY WATKINS
  MORE WEC NEWS  
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
Revised budget target for hypercar class outlined17/10
Likely one-two Fuji finish 'taken away' from Ferrari16/10
ByKolles missing over 100bhp in Fuji WEC race16/10
Alonso: Toyota no faster than WEC rivals15/10
Alternator issue wrecked likely podium - Button15/10
Kobayashi: 'Risky' tyre strategy led to win14/10
Toyota takes dominant one-two at Fuji14/10
Estre: BoP 'presents' determined GTE qualifying13/10
EoT changes haven't evened LMP1 - privateers13/10
Lopez and Kobayashi stripped of Fuji pole13/10
Track limits error denies Alonso/Buemi pole13/10
Toyota already in Alonso 2019/20 WEC talks12/10
Alonso fastest for Toyota in delayed Fuji practice12/10
Latest LMP1 EoT change not enforced for Le Mans09/10
BMW benefits as WEC BoP changes go ahead07/10
Toyota agrees to fresh EoT performance hits06/10
G-Drive Le Mans win disqualification upheld02/10
Ginetta withdrawn from Fuji27/09
United Autosports closing in on WEC expansion26/09
Hydrogen 'LMP2' car demonstrated at ELMS Spa round23/09
WEC's 2019/20 Fuji round moved forward20/09
BMW joins work on WEC hypercar 2020/21 rules14/09
Manor no longer involved with Ginetta LMP1 team10/09
Single Ginetta entry to return at Fuji07/09
Hypercar plan will help WEC privateers - Toyota06/09
Why Porsche's Evo didn't break Brands record03/09
Vergne back in WEC field for Fuji02/09
WEC investigating F1 calendar clash in Japan31/08
WEC could introduce 10/12-hour race23/08
Toyota WEC supremacy 'not fair on the public'22/08
DragonSpeed LMP1 felt like 'pogo stick'21/08
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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  Results 
5 18 Nov Shanghai 
6 16 Mar 2019 Sebring 
7 4 May 2019 Spa-Francorchamps/2 
8 15 Jun 2019 Le Mans 24h/2