A spectacular and incident-filled WEC 6 Hours of Spa-Francorchamps played out today in front of 56,000 spectators at the beautifully sunny Spa track in Belgium.  

The headlines for the final 90 minutes of the second round of the FIA World Endurance Championship at the chequered flag.

  • Oliver Jarvis takes chequered flag at Spa to clinch win for No.8 Audi R18 he shares with Lucas Di Grassi and Loic Duval
  • Jarvis and Di Grassi celebrate first ever FIA WEC win
  • Neel Jani, Romain Dumas and Marc Lieb secure second placed finish despite technical problems for much of the race. The No.2 Porsche trio extend championship points lead
  • Best ever combined FIA WEC finish for Rebellion Racing as they claim third and fourth overall. No.13 leads home No.12 R-One-AER car as they also take LMP1 Privateer maximum points
  • Sensational LMP2 races sees Signatech Alpine of Nicolas Lapierre, Gustavo Menezes and Stephane Richelmi win LMP2 class, taking the lead in last five minutes
  • Pipo Derani takes second in No.31 ESM Ligier-Nissan after epic late scrap with Lapierre
  • Manor’s ORECA 05 Nissan driven by Matt Rao, Richard Bradley and Roberto Mehri claimed the final LMP2 podium place 
  • No.71 Ferrari 488GTE of Sam Bird and Davide Rigon takes second consecutive win after late-race heartbreak for James Calado and Gianmaria Bruni who retire from lead in final ten minutes in the sister No.51 AF Corse Ferrari
  • No.67 Ford GT takes first FIA WEC podium as Tincknell, Priaulx and Franchitti place second in LMGTE Pro
  • No.98 Aston Martin of Paul Dalla Lana, Pedro Lamy and Mathias Lauda claim win in LMGTE Am
  • No.83 AF Corse Ferrari 458 Italia of Francois Perrodo, Rui Aguas and Emmanuel Collard take second place
  • Stefan Mucke, driver of the No.66 Ford GT had a big accident coming out of Eau Rouge.  He was assessed at the circuit’s medical centre, and the FIA Medical Delegate reported that he has been taken to the local hospital for precautionary checks. The Ford Chip Ganassi Team UK team said the German received heavy bruising but is okay.  
  • The No.5 Toyota TS050 HYBRID made history today by being the first WEC entrant to complete a full racing lap using only electric power. 
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