10. Colin Turkington
Quite a cameo. Potential was evident from the first outing in Portugal, though results didn't match it until Brands. Yes, he was flattered by running lighter than the leading BMWs, but it was still a hugely impressive foray into the world championship.
Defining moment: It may have come in the courtroom a week after Okayama, but a win is a win.
Toyota's new GR010 contender for the World Endurance Championship's Hypercar era has little in common with the LMP1 TS050 that preceded it. But within the confines of the scaled back new rules, its latest challenger will be no less formidable a prospect
Porsche is returning to the top class of Le Mans with an LMDh prototype that it hopes will write its next successful chapter in sportscar racing. But it will have to go some to emulate its 956/962, a car which defines the Group C age more than any other
The system of success handicaps devised by the World Endurance Championship to level the LMP1 playing field in the category's swansong season ended up having a counterproductive effect, as COVID cancellations also played in the champions' favour
OPINION: The news that Audi will return to Le Mans means we'll at last get to see the fight promised in 2012 against Peugeot and Toyota. It also gives LMDh a tangible form, which could open the floodgates for more like-minded marques to follow suit
It may have been missed amid the clamour over Lewis Hamilton's seventh F1 title, but Britain had another world champion crowned last weekend. Mike Conway's WEC crown raises an old conundrum - does title glory make up for the pain of Le Mans defeat?
OPINION: The last hurrah for LMP1 this weekend will be an unfitting end for a class that produced some of sportscar racing's greatest-ever moments. That is what it should be remembered for, rather than the two-car demonstration run we'll get
Muller: I'm driving better than ever
Interview with Audi's Wolfgang Ullrich