2024 VMA World Endurance Championship
The 2024 VMA World Endurance Championship will be the first edition, a series of car races organized by the Virtual Motorsports Association (VMA). The series will be open to Hypercars (built under Le Mans Hypercar (LMH) or Le Mans Daytona h (LMDh) regulations) and LMGT3 racing cars.
This will be the first season in World Endurance Championship history without the LMP2 class, after it was dropped due to the increasing demand in the Hypercar and LMGT3 classes, and a maximum amount 38 cars on the full-season grid.
|Prologue||Prologue of Algarve ¹||-||24 Febuary|
|1||1812 km of Algarve ¹||1812 km||1-2 March|
|2||6 Hours of Imola||6 Hours||19-20 April|
|3||6 Hours of Spa-Francorchamps||6 Hours||17-18 May|
|4||24 Hours of Le Mans||24 Hours||6-9 June|
|5||6 Hours of São Paulo||6 Hours||12-13 July|
|6||Lone Star Le Mans||6 Hours||30-31 August|
|7||6 Hours of Fuji||6 Hours||13-14 September|
|8||8 Hours of Silverstone ¹||8 Hours||1-2 November|
¹ These circuits will be provisional until the date to be defined by the organization.
Results and standings
The highest finishing competitor entered in the World Endurance Championship is listed below. Invitational entries may have finished ahead of WEC competitors in individual races.
|Rnd.||Circuit||Hypercar Winners||LMGT3 Pro Winners||LMGT3 Am Winners||Report|
Three titles are offered to drivers, one with world championship status. The Hypercar World Endurance Drivers' Championship is reserved for Hypercar drivers while FIA Endurance Trophies are awarded for LMGT3 Pro and Am Drivers.