A total of 26 cars will take part in next weekend’s Six Hours of Sao Paulo, which will close out this year’s FIA World Endurance Championship season.
ENTRY LIST: Six Hours of Sao Paulo
There are no major changes from the last round in Bahrain, other than a reduced four-car field in LMP2, following the withdrawal of Strakka Racing’s Strakka-Dome S103 Nissan, which was scheduled to debut in Brazil.
OAK Racing’s No. 35 Morgan-Judd, which took part in the last three races, was never scheduled to make the trip to Sao Paulo.
Kazuki Nakajima will return to the wheel of the No. 7 Toyota TS040 Hybrid, fresh off being crowned the 2014 Formula Masters champion, while Lucas Auer will team with Pierre Kaffer in the Lotus CLM P1/01 AER after also missing Bahrain.
The GTE ranks sees only one driver change, with Darryl O’Young back in the No. 99 Aston Martin Vantage after taking part in the Macau GT Cup.
The much-talked about racing return for Emerson Fittipaldi, who was believed to have been working on a program for this race, appears to have not materialized.
The FIA WEC Six Hours of Sao Paulo is set for Nov. 28-30.