4 Hours of Silverstone
Dubbed the 'home of British motorsport,' Silverstone opened in 1943 and hosted the first ever round of the F1 race in 1950. It has held the British Grand Prix continuously since 1987 and British GT since 1993. TF Sport enjoyed good results at the circuit in 2018 with the win at the Silverstone 500 and the runner-up position in the World Endurance Championship.
For TF Sport, the opening round of the 2019/20 WEC season is significant as they field the all-new Aston Martin Vantage GTE for the first time.
6 Hours of Fuji
Built in the early 1960s, Fuji Speedway has become a regular on the FIA World Endurance Championship schedule. The Japanese circuit is now owned by Toyota but was originally designed to be a banked oval. The project faltered and the road circuit opened in 1965 and underwent modernisation programme in 2005. The original Atari Pole Position video game was based on Fuji.
For TF Sport, the team return to the venue for a second time in 2019 off the back of a sensational second position in 2018.
4 Hours of Shanghai
The state-funded Shanghai International Circuit was completed in time for the 2004 Chinese Grand Prix and was built on former swaps which resulted in future subsidence. The venue was considered state-of-the-art with impressive facilities for the teams and fans alike and had now become a staple event on many international championships including the FIA World Endurance Championship.
Heavy rain made TF Sport’s debut at the circuit tricky in the 18/19 Super Season, but the team still recovered to finish in eighth position. For the 2019 addition, a little more good fortune would be most welcome.
8 Hours of Bahrain
The Bahrain International Circuit returns to the FIA World Endurance Championship in 2019 and for TF Sport, this event marks their debut at this facility.
The Series competed at the circuit from 2012 to 2017.
6 Hours of COTA
The FIA Grade 1 circuit opened in late 2012 and has since become the home of the US Grand Prix. Following difficulties with the series organisers of the event at Interlagos, COTA makes a welcome return to the WEC Calendar in 2020 for what will be the fifth round of the championship. The circuit itself is modelled on some of the most distinctive corners at other circuit globally, including a recreation of Silverstone’s Maggotts-Becketts sequence, the Senna-S (Ironically) from Interlagos. The 2020 edition marks the third time that WEC has raced at the circuit and is also the second event on US soil for TF Sport.
1000 Miles of Sebring
Like many circuits of its era, Sebring International Raceway has its origins as a former military airfield. Located in Florida, the circuit is one of the oldest road courses in the US and plays host to the 12 Hours of Sebring as well as a '1000 Miles of Sebring' round in WEC
Famous for its bumpy nature, the track has three layouts and is a challenge for team and drivers alike. For TF Sport, a potential podium was denied in the 2018 /19 Super Season very later in the race after light contact dislodged the all-important diffuser. In 2020, the team aim to secure their first podium on US soil.
6 Hours of Spa
Located in the Belgian Ardennes, Spa-Francorchamps is widely regarded as one of the finest race circuits in the world and plays host to the fly-away round of the British GT Championship, the FIA World Endurance Championship as well as the 24 Hours of Spa.
For TF Sport, two runner-up positions in the 2019/19 WEC Super Season were fantastic results, but the team are aiming for the top step in 2020.
24 Hours of Le Mans
Circuit de la Sarthe hosts the 24 Hours of Le Mans each June in what the biggest sports car race in the world is. At nearly 14km in length it is the longest circuit and one of the fastest circuits on any race calendar. The track opened in 1923 and now in its 14th configuration, remains a huge challenge for the team and drivers alike.
TF Sport are making their fourth start at the circuit in 2020 in what will be the conclusion of the WEC Championship.