Driver in the picture: Scott Dixon

Driver in the picture: Scott Dixon

Scott Dixon Indycar IMSA

Driver in the picture: Scott Dixon

40y old New Zealander Scott Dixon became this year a six time Indycar champion after winning 4 races and finishing 7 times on the podium in 14 Indycar races that  we had in this covid-19 affected year!

Dixon also participated in 3 IMSA SportsCar this  year for Wayne Taylor Racing (Konica Minolta Cadillac DPi V.R), he won in shared drives the Daytona 24 Hours and the Petit Le Mans race. In the Sebring 12 Hours he finished 7th with Renger van der Zande and Ryan Briscoe! In the DPi class champion he finished 16th in the drivers standings!

Scott Dixon has won the Dayton 4 times: In 2006, 2015, 2016 and this  year! He's third in the all time list of Daytona 24 Hours wins!

Discover much more stats & results of him HERE!



Bentley stats in Le Mans

Bentley stats in Le Mans

Bentley Le Mans 24 Hours WEC

Bentley stats in Le Mans

Now Bentley is stopping with his GT3 programme it's looking for entering another series, they might return to Le Mans or participating in the World Endurance Championship.

Let's take a look at some of Bentley's stats at the Le Mans 24 Hours:

They won the endurance classic 6 times! (1927, 1928, 1929,1930, 2003)

They finished 10 times on the podium, sometimes in the same edition but in multiple classes (1930 overall win plus 1 and 2 in the 5.0L class).

It wasn't always glory and glitters because 11 Bentley cars didn't finished the race!

A overall pole position was achieved in 2003 with the Bentley Speed 8 driven by Guy Smith, Rinaldo Capello and Tom Kristensen.

Discover much more stats through Team Bentley and Bentley Motors !

Next race
Sakhir Grand Prix
Race Details
Distance307.995 km (87 laps)
Your time
Local time
  • Dec 4, Friday
    • Practice 116:30 - 18:00
    • Practice 220:30 - 22:00
  • Dec 5, Saturday
    • Practice 317:00 - 18:00
    • Qualifying 120:00 - 20:18
    • Qualifying 220:25 - 20:40
    • Qualifying 320:48 - 21:00
    • Qualifying20:00 - 21:00
  • Dec 6, Sunday
    • Race20:10
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Formula 1 2020 World Championship