Toyota promises "fair fight" with WEC title on the line

Gary Watkins
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"It is the first time we have had no direct competition, so that means we have different objectives: the target of the team is to provide two very reliable cars and not to interfere in the race," said Vasselon.

"We will let each car race its own race and optimise its strategy — definitely we want a fair fight without any interference from the team.

"What we have changed for this race is that we will not ask a car to adopt a certain strategy or tyre choice in order to prioritise the team result.”

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"The #7 car managed it at Spa [in August], so let's see."

The Team LNT Ginetta factory squad has not competed in the 2019/20 WEC this calendar year and the ByKolles squad only raced at Le Mans and the Spa round preceding it by way of preparation.