TOYOTA GAZOO Racing is renewed and ready to defend its FIA World Endurance Championship (WEC) titles against the biggest-ever grid of Hypercar competition when the 2024 season begins in Qatar on 2 March. After seeing off challenges from Cadillac, Ferrari, Peugeot and Porsche last season on its way to a fifth consecutive world title double, TOYOTA GAZOO Racing joins a field of 19 Hypercars this season, including newcomers Alpine, BMW, Isotta Fraschini and Lamborghini.

An experienced and proven line-up will be in the driving seat, which includes Reigning World Champions Sébastien Buemi, Brendon Hartley and Ryo Hirakawa. The GR010 HYBRID Hypercar has won 16 of its 19 races since its 2021 debut. The car’s appearance takes on a striking updated identity for 2024. An all-new matt black livery represents TOYOTA GAZOO Racing’s commitment to making ever-better motorsports-bred cars and continuous evolution, refining its hybrid technologies through competition in endurance racing.

In line with TOYOTA GAZOO Racing’s dedication to pursuing a carbon neutral future for motorsport, the GR010 HYBRID again uses 100% renewable biofuel fuel which reduces CO2 emissions by at least 65%. To further contribute to sustainability, tyre pre-heating is not permitted at any race. The latest GR010 HYBRID will make its public debut during WEC’s official Prologue pre-season test, held at Lusail International Circuit in Qatar, on 24-25 February