The entry list for the 2016 World Endurance Championship is at capacity despite a reduction on last year's figure, according to series boss Gerard Neveu.
The 32-car total announced on Feb. 5 compares with the 35 entries accepted ahead of last season when Neveu and his organization decided to exceed that figure, citing "the quality of the entries received."
A 1957 Ferrari 335S Spider once raced by Sir Stirling Moss brought $35.8 million at the Artcurial auction at the Retromobile event in France, making it the second-most-expensive car ever to sell at auction. That is, if you’re measuring in dollars.
Fresh doubts have emerged about the future of the Italian Grand Prix at Monza after a meeting with race chiefs and Bernie Ecclestone failed to deliver the contract that had been hoped for. Angelo Sticchi Damiani, the president of the Automobile Club of Italy, and Ivan Capelli, president of the Automobile Club of Milan, had been optimistic that new financial terms that had been prepared to save the race would be accepted when they met in London earlier this month.