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Hartley to inherit Alonso's WEC seat at Toyota for 2019/20

Toyota has announced that ex-F1 driver Brendon Hartley will replace Fernando Alonso in the line-up of its #8 car for the 2019/20 WEC super season. Hartley will be present at Le Mans this weekend as a reserve driver for the Japanese manufacturer but will make his official race debut with the Toyota Gazoo Racing squad at Silverstone in September alongside team mates Sebastien Buemi and Kazuki Nakajima. Alonso has no plans to contest full 2020 IndyCar season "Brendon will replace Fernando — that is the most straightforward way to approach it," said Toyota Motorsport technical director Pascal Vasselon. Hartley, a two-time LMP1 WEC champion with Porsche, has already had the...
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