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Toyota LMP1 driver Jose Maria Lopez says the puncture that cost him and his teammates in the #7 car a probable Le Mans 24 Hours victory made him "cry all the way back to the pits”.
Toyota LMP1 technical director Pascal Vasselon has explained why the team opted not to change all four of the tyres on its #7 car when it sustained a late puncture in the Le Mans 24 Hours.
Toyota believes it “did the right thing” by not swapping its two cars around after a dramatic final hour of the Le Mans 24 Hours cost the #7 TS050 Hybrid a near-certain win.
Toyota is heading for a second consecutive 1-2 finish at the Le Mans 24 Hours as Kamui Kobayashi leads his teammate Sebastien Buemi by some two minutes heading into the final four hours.
The Toyota LMP1 team has changed the chassis of its #7 TS050 Hybrid after a collision in Wednesday’s first qualifying session for the Le Mans 24 Hours.
The #8 Toyota TS050 Hybrid was "unlucky in traffic" in Wednesday night's first qualifying session for the Le Mans 24 Hours, says Fernando Alonso.
Ex-Formula 1 driver Brendon Hartley will slot straight into the seat vacated by Fernando Alonso in Toyota's line-up for the 2019/20 FIA World Endurance Championship season.
Toyota will once again be able to go one lap longer between fuel stops than its privateer LMP1 rivals at the Le Mans 24 Hours later this month.
Toyota LMP1 ace Fernando Alonso says it is “difficult to understand” why the non-hybrid privateers couldn’t get closer to its laptimes at the official test ahead of the Le Mans 24 Hours.
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Fernando Alonso says he has no regrets that his stint in the FIA World Endurance Championship co-incided with a time where his Toyota LMP1 team faced no manufacturer opposition.
Toyota LMP1 team director Rob Leupen has explained why the Japanese manufacturer settled on Brendon Hartley as Fernando Alonso's replacement in its 2019/20 FIA World Endurance Championship line-up.
Fernando Alonso says he is "extremely happy" that the #8 Toyota crew was able to extend its FIA World Endurance Championship points advantage over the sister car by such a wide margin at Spa.
Toyota LMP1 team director Rob Leupen has described the delay in getting 2020/21 FIA World Endurance Championship rules finalised as “ridiculous”.
Winning the FIA World Endurance Championship is more important to Fernando Alonso than notching up a second Le Mans 24 Hours victory before he leaves Toyota next month.
Fernando Alonso will pursue new opportunities with Toyota after his departure from its FIA World Endurance Championship squad at the end of season, which was announced on Wednesday morning.
This weekend’s Spa FIA World Endurance Championship marks the penultimate leg of the 2018/19 superseason – and Toyota trio Fernando Alonso, Sebastien Buemi and Kazuki Nakajima have a slim chance of securing the drivers’ title with a race to spare.