What F1 can learn from Le Mans

What F1 can learn from Le Mans

After making his return to the Le Mans 24 Hours for the first time since 2005, Grand Prix Editor EDD STRAW argues that sportscar racing could hint at the right framework for F1's future regulations

The success of the World Endurance Championship since its inception in 2012 has increasingly been used as a stick to beat Formula 1 with over the past year.

This tribal polarisation is a counterproductive way to look at two of motorsport's crowning glories - world championships for grand prix cars and topline endurance machinery - as real motorsport fans should revel in both being strong.

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