FIA World Endurance Championship
Engineered, built and homologated by Multimatic, the Ford GT raced on the global stage in WEC from 2016 to 2019.
The FIA World Endurance Championship was created in 2012 to be the pinnacle of endurance sports car racing. Known as the ‘WEC’, the championship boasts one of the world’s most iconic automobile races: the 24 Hours of Le Mans. With a focus on endurance, the WEC races range from six to 24 hours in duration, providing a stern test of teams, drivers and their machines at every event. It is a multi-category series where prototypes and GT cars race together, with a diverse range of drivers from wealthy amateur racers to ex-Formula 1 stars.
Multimatic Motorsports ran the two Ford GTs that competed in the World Endurance Championship between 2016 and 2019. Competing against the best from Ferrari, Porsche, Aston Martin, BMW and Corvette, the team brought Ford Performance to the world stage with an iconic car that won the hearts of racing fans around the world.
The 6 Hours of Spa is traditionally the dress rehearsal for the 24 Hours of Le Mans, providing the teams with a final opportunity to hone their cars and their crews for “the big one”. There is no better run-up to Le Mans than winning at Spa, and that is exactly what...
Multimatic Motorsports’ drivers Harry Tincknell and Sebastian Priaulx will compete in the full FIA World Endurance Championship this year. The pair will join Multimatic’s partner team Dempsey-Proton Racing, along with team owner Christian Ried, creating a formidable...