A lot of close and exciting races took place this weekend all over the world, yet so many hopes were compromised to grab those points and climb the championship ranks. In the World Endurance Championship (WEC) opening weekend, the race was under thread from a snowfall at Silverstone. Thankfully the weather cleared, after morning session was postponed, and the race took place after all, and what a race it was. In the end Audi seem to have had prevailed after 6 hours, crossing the line first in Prototype class, but was shortly after disqualified for a technical infringement, there for Porsche inheriting the overall victory. Meanwhile in the USA, CA. At WeatherTech Sportscar Championship, on the streets of Long Beach GP circuit, after successful strategy, Corvette GTE was going for the checkered flag to claim 100th victory, however in a close battle with two following Porsches, was taken out at the hairpin by the second place car, which looked like an amateur mistake, surely not intended, but never the less giving a victory to the teammate in third place, securing Porsche first win this year in ALMS and pushing Corvette down to second place in this event. In Pirelli World Challenge (PWC) race after crossing the line first, Cadillac was penalized by stewards passing the win to McLaren. Not a good weekend for GM at Long Beach. Back in Europe ADAC GT Masters race two was almost in the pocket of Zakspeed Mercedes AMG, but after penalty on the penultimate lap, for braking Safety Car rules was pushed down to 22nd place giving the win to GRT Lamborghini. A controversial weekend indeed. PS. Did I miss anything? I have not seen ADAC race 1 and Indy race, as well as I don't know results for ELMS 4 hour race. What was great however is Ferrari 488 GTE claimed its first victory at 6 Hours of Silverstone, fair and square.