8 HOURS OF BAHRAIN
FIA WEC | ROUND SIX | NOVEMBER 10 - 12
The sixth and final round of the 2022 FIA World Endurance Championship sees Mike Conway travel to Bahrain, where he won his first WEC race with TOYOTA in 2014.
Bahrain has been a strong track for Conway, taking the last two titles of the WEC there with teammates Kamui Kobayashi and José María López.
The #7 GR010 HYBRID driven by Mike Conway, Kamui Kobayashi and José María López, retains a chance of their third consecutive title. They are 26 points behind, with 39 points still to be won in Bahrain, and can take the crown if their competitors fail to finish.
The 4.563km track, is also one of the most successful circuits for TOYOTA GAZOO Racing, having won seven out of the ten WEC races held there, the team set targets high for a sixth consecutive victory there this year.
The weekend kick starts with practice on Thursday with two 90-minute practice sessions at 11:15 and 16:30 GMT, with an additional practice session taking place on Friday at 10:00 GMT.
Qualifying one will start at 15:50 GMT followed by Q2 at 16:10 GMT.
The 8-hour race will get underway on Saturday at 13:00 GMT with 37 Participants taking part. For live TV coverage and commentary of the sessions and race, visit the FIA WEC website.
MIKE'S RACE PREVIEW
“I enjoy racing in Bahrain and I have had some nice moments there over the years; I actually won my first WEC race with TOYOTA there in 2014 and of course Kamui, José and I won the title there the last two years. Realistically, the World Championship is over for our car this year so we will concentrate on finishing the season on a high. We’ve had some frustrating races but it would be great to go into the winter on the back of a victory.”