The LMDh class has not yet been totally defined, with more information coming at the 12 Hours of Sebring next month, and yet it is supposed to be on track and racing by August of this year. Thus far only renderings have been seen of the SCG, and Peugeot entries. Only the Toyota has been spied testing thus far. The racing starts in six months, folks! Get your butt in gear.


Aston Martin won’t be pulling the plug on its GTE-class entries, however. And it will be taking over the Racing Point Formula One team as a works Aston effort thanks to a bailout of the automaker from Racing Point team owner Lawrence Stroll.

How irate would you be if you were Toyota? The Japanese manufacturer just spent untold millions developing a new race car when it could have just bought an LMP2 chassis, stuck its P1 engine in it, and gone racing in the same class!