Gallery: The view from the pits as the WEC tests in Sebring


The FIA World Endurance Championship is preparing for another season. The crews are on hand at Sebring as they test their cars on the legendary bumps. RacerViews is there with Paul Foster and in this gallery we take a look at the action in the pits and the garages.

More is to come…

The 2022 FIA WEC will feature the series’ biggest-ever entry list in its tenth anniversary year. The quality and diversity of entries across all four categories will provide non-stop action throughout the six-round season which will visit North America, Europe, Middle East and Asia.

The Hypercar sees Toyota and Glickehaus for the first round of the season but there are more to come later in the year and into 2023. Alpine are back with their non-hybrid LMP1.

The biggest news before the start of the 2022 season is that Le Mans egular Chevrolet has come on board for a full season’s campaign with its stellar Corvette C8.R to do battle with Ferrari and Porsche. All three marques will go head-to-head in LMGTE Pro, where Ferrari remains most successful GTE manufacturer in WEC history, having claimed seven titles. The 2018/2019 champions Porsche also return with the well-proven 911 RSR – 19 ready to contend for honours once again.

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Photos from Paul Foster

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