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Sep 20

Exclusive Interview With FIA WEC CEO Gerard Neveu

Photo Credit: LAT Photographic

Gerard Neveu (Photo: LAT Photographic)

If you’re a sports car racing fan, the Circuit of The Americas is the place to be this weekend, as the FIA World Endurance Championship and American Le Mans Series take part in the first-ever Super Endurance Weekend in Austin, Texas.

The six-hour FIA WEC race will be a rare chance to see the factory prototypes from Audi and Toyota, along with a brace of factory GTE entries from Aston Martin, Porsche and Ferrari on U.S. soil, the same cars which battled in the recent 24 Hours of Le Mans.

SPEED caught up with FIA WEC CEO Gerard Neveu, in an exclusive interview, to get his thoughts ahead of the big weekend ahead as well as the future of the globe-trotting championship in America.

Sep 20

What To Watch: Weekend Racing Schedule

What To Watch: Weekend Racing Schedule

McLaren driver Jenson Button of Britain powers his car during the first practice session for the Formula One Singapore Grand Prix. (Photo: Getty Images)

Friday, September 20

6 am – Formula 1 | Singapore Grand Prix P1 

9:30 am – Formula 1 | Singapore Grand Prix P1

2:40 pm – ALMS | Circuit of the Americas Qualifying

8 pm – ARCA | Kentucky (FOX Sports 1)

Sep 20

Hamilton Leads First F1 Practice In Singapore

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Lewis Hamilton drives his Mercedes during Singapore GP practice. (Photo: Getty Images)

Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton set the fastest time in Friday’s opening practice for the Singapore Grand Prix.

Hamilton, thriving in the high downforce settings of the twisty Marina Bay circuit, was a third of a second clear of his rivals, ahead of Red Bull pair Mark Webber and Sebastian Vettel. Mercedes driver Nico Rosberg was fourth fastest.

Sep 19

First 2014 Corvette Stingray Coupes On Way To Dealerships

First 2014 Corvette Stingray Coupes On Way To Dealerships

The first 2014 Corvette Stingray Coupes are on the way to dealerships. (Photo: Courtesy of GM)

Chevrolet reports it has begun shipping the all-new 2014 Corvette Stingray coupe to dealers starting today.

The new C7 Corvettes are, of course, assembled at General Motors’ Bowling Green Assembly — about 1,000 Stingrays have been built so far for delivery. Most are expected to be delivered to dealers within the next few weeks.

The Bowling Green plant, opened in 1981, underwent a $131-million upgrade to take on the new Corvette, including about $52 million for a new body shop. The car’s all-new aluminum frame will be built in-house for the first time. Meanwhile, the Performance Build Center, a production line for Corvette fans to build their own specialty engines, is moving from Michigan to the Bowling Green, Ky., plant and should be open early next year.

Pricing for the new 2014 Corvette starts at $51,995, including destination, for the coupe and $56,995, including destination, for the convertible. Ragtop production will begin by year end.

Sep 19

Live Updates! Thursday F1 Singapore GP On-Site Coverage

Live Updates! Thursday F1 Singapore GP On-Site Coverage

Ferrari driver Fernando Alonso of Spain talks with the media ahead of the upcoming F1 Singapore GP. (Photo: Getty Images)

Join us for coverage in preparation for the upcoming Singapore Grand Pix. We will be providing F1 team and driver commentary as we do each Thursday prior to the race!

Button And Perez Say Their McLaren Deals Are Done

Jenson Button and Sergio Perez have both implied that their contract discussions with McLaren are finalized and that they will soon be confirmed for the 2014 season.

The team has always insisted that both men will stay on, although it has been in no hurry to formally take up their options.