The eight races, to be run over five continents, continue to offer the WEC’s manufacturers, teams and partners the visibility, marketability and intercontinental spread of prestigious venues in key regions around the world that have been a mark of the championship to date.
Note the change in this first stage of the new reverse calendar format. It's about the 24 Hours of Le Mans. Four, six and eight-hour races will feature ahead of Le Mans in a targeted moved aimed at creating additional interest and growing the motorsport fanbase.
Also sees the return of the WEC to popular venues São Paulo and Bahrain, alongside the traditional venues of Fuji, Shanghai, Sebring, Silverstone, and Spa.
01 September 2019 4 Hours of Silverstone (Great Britain)
13 October 2019 6 Hours of Fuji (Japan)
17 November 2019 4 Hours of Shanghai (China)
14 December 2019 8 Hours of Bahrain (Bahrain)
01 February 2020 6 Hours of São Paulo (Brazil)
15 March 2020 1000 Miles of Sebring (USA) - 8 hours
03 May 2020 6 Hours of Spa-Francorchamps (Belgium)
13-14 June 2020 24 Hours of Le Mans (France)