World Endurance Championship
The 24-hour endurance race originated in 1923 and is the core event of the World Endurance Championship (WEC). Its influence is comparable to F1. From a technical point of view, it is even more exciting than F1. The speed of the car can reach 390 km/h. The lens is not uncommon. In the competition, each car is driven by three drivers. The most mileage is the champion within 24 hours. All the refueling, tire changing and repair time during the competition are included in the 24 hours.
The annual World Endurance Championships are divided into 11 stations and are held around the world. The schedule is generally 8 to 12 hours, to determine the number of laps. The more famous competitions include the French Le Mans 24 Hours and the Japanese Suzuki 8 Hours.