After a very exciting Super Season, it’s time for the WEC to return to its annual schedule. The championship will run through autumn, winter and spring to finish with a grand finale at Le Mans in June 2020. Let’s have a look at some of the season’s changes and how it all roared into action at Silverstone last weekend.
The post season break was incredibly short, but the FIA WEC was back at Silverstone to kickstart the 2019-2020 season. The WEC is following the example of the Formula E and FIM EWC with a cross-calendar year format. During last year’s Super Season, we were spoilt with no less than two 24 Hours of Le Mans and two visits to Spa. This season, things will be business as usual with Spa being the penultimate round and fulfilling its role as being the dress rehearsal for the big finale at Le Mans in June.