Daniel Ricciardo came close to driving the car which won the Le Mans 24 Hours in 2015, but was blocked from entering the race by Red Bull, his team at the time.
Sebastien Buemi, Kazuki Nakajima and Brendon Hartley took Toyota to their third win in as many years at Le Mans, as the LMP1 era drew to a close at the Circuit de la Sarthe.
The Le Mans 24 Hours has been postponed three months from its traditional June date due to the Coronavirus pandemic.
Alonso’s car takes a record-breaking – but controversial – second victory at Le Mans in the final hour of the race, over Toyota’s other hybrid prototype.
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Aston Martin will enter their V12 Valkyrie hypercar in the mixed hybrid and combustion class.
Kevin Magnussen has said his Haas F1 team would let him race at Le Mans alongside his father, Jan Magnussen.