The works Toyota Gazoon Racing team headline a 10 strong LMP1 contingent in the new look FIA WEC 2018/19 'Super Season' schedule. Many thought the end was nigh for the current generation LMP1 Prototype category following the departure of both Audi and Porsche in recent times, however following the publication of the upcoming 2018/19 'Super Season' entry list, a star studded line up of factory and privateer teams have been confirmed for LMP1 this season, marking one of the most healthy Prototype grids seen in the WEC for many a season. Headlined of course by the star studded factory Toyota team, featuring none other that 2005 and 2006 Formula One World Champion Fernando Alonso, it is perhaps the other eight cars that would garner most interest. Returning to LMP1 following a successful foray into the secondary LMP2 category comes Rebellion Racing with their new Rebellion R13 and top name drivers such as Bruno Senna (2017 LMP2 World Champion), the brand new and impressive Ginetta car run by CEFC TRSM Racing and successful junior category outfit (and once prospective Formula One team) Dragonspeed, sporting a Dallara BR1 chassis and Gibson power plant. No#1 - Rebellion Racing – Rebellion R13-Gibson No#3 - Rebellion Racing – Rebellion R13-Gibson No#4 - ByKolles Racing – CLM P1/01-NISMO No# 5- CEFC TRSM Racing – Ginetta G60-LT-P1–MECACHROME No# 6 - CEFC TRSM Racing – Ginetta G60-LT-P1–MECACHROME No# 7 - Toyota Gazoo Racing – Toyota TS050 HYBRID No# 8 - Toyota Gazoo Racing – Toyota TS050 HYBRID No# 10 - Dragonspeed – BR Engineering BR1-Gibson No# 11 - SMP Racing – BR Engineering BR1-AER No# 17 - SMP Racing – BR Engineering BR1-AER Confirming the strength of the category for the coming year is yet another exceptional LMP2 field, sporting no less than 20 cars with yet more big name team and drivers taking part. Top teams Jackie Chan DC racing, Le Mans podium finishes last season, headline the category, with strong opposition likely to arise from many of the prospective challengers within the grid. In the closed top GT category 30 cars across GT PRO and GTAM feature, including top brands from the likes of Ferrari, Porsche, Audi, BMW, Mercedes, Aston Martin, Ford and Chevrolet. Despite impressive numbers not all teams are expected to race for the full series, with several squads looking at just the double Le Mans efforts as the main basis of their 2018/19 campaign. 37 cars are confirmed to take part in the full WEC 2018/19 Super Season. The full entry list can be found HERE. Like what you see here at RaceDepartment? Don't forget to like, subscribe and follow us on social media! RaceDepartment YouTube RaceDepartment Twitter RaceDepartment Facebook RaceDepartment Twitch RaceDepartment Instagram Impressed with the new look WEC grid? Looking forward to the 2018/19 Super Season? Let us know in the comments section below!