Formula 1 Gulf Air Bahrain Grand Prix 2024

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Less than a week to go for FIA WEC 8 Hours of Bahrain at BIC

Bahrain International Circuit (BIC), “The Home of Motorsport in the Middle East”, is all geared up to host the 2020 FIA WEC 8 Hours of Bahrain, with less than a week to go before the start of action in the region’s biggest endurance racing spectacle.

The race weekend will be bringing the Spirit of Le Mans to Sakhir from next Thursday to Saturday (Editor’s note: November 12 to 14). It will mark the final round of this year’s FIA World Endurance Championship (WEC), with a field of no less than 24 cars, featuring some of the most talented driver crews including ex-Formula 1 stars, set to line up on the BIC grid.



The WEC battles get underway on Thursday, November 12, with a 90-minute Free Practice. A second WEC Practice of the same duration, plus a third over 60 minutes, will be held on Friday, November 13, to be followed by Qualifying.

That will set the stage for the highly anticipated eight-hour race on Saturday, November 14, starting in the daytime at 2pm and ending at night under the brilliance of BIC’s state-of-the art floodlights at 10pm.

Being the WEC’s season-finale, the FIA WEC 8 Hours of Bahrain will have plenty of thrills, with five championship titles set to be decided.



The race will also mark the last official appearance on track of the WEC’s top-tier Le Mans Prototype 1 (LMP1) category, which will make way for the Le Mans Hypercar class starting from 2021.

Some of the biggest brands in all of motoring are set to hit the BIC tarmac for the WEC events, including Ferrari, Porsche, Aston Martin, Toyota, Dallara, Oreca and Alpine, among others. They will be competing across four categories, with the LMP1 runners being joined by others in the LMP2 and the Le Mans Grand Touring Endurance (LMGTE) Pro and Am classes.

This year’s 8 Hours of Bahrain will be the eighth edition of the Kingdom’s WEC event, and the second time it is being held in the current format. Bahrain remains the only WEC destination in the entire Middle East.



Aside from the WEC, there will also be plenty of racing excitement in the homegrown BIC 2,000cc Challenge, the region’s longest-running circuit racing championship.

The series is set to run two races, which will be mark the third of seven rounds in its 2020/2021 season. It will be the chance for the Kingdom’s most talented and passionate racers to showcase their skills on an international stage.

The FIA WEC 8 Hours of Bahrain will be taking place with all precautionary guidelines in place issued by the Ministry of Youth and Sports Affairs and the Ministry of Health.