The 2022 WEC season entry list in full

Check out the full entry list for the 2022 FIA World Endurance Championship season, complete with all the drivers that have been announced so far.

Team Car Confirmed drivers

Hypercar - 6 cars

7  Toyota Gazoo Racing Toyota GR010 Hybrid

 Mike Conway

 Kamui Kobayashi

 Jose Maria Lopez

8  Toyota Gazoo Racing Toyota GR010 Hybrid

 Sebastien Buemi

 Brendon Hartley

 Ryo Hirakawa

36  Alpine Elf Matmut Alpine A480-Gibson

 Andre Negrao

 Nicolas Lapierre

 Matthieu Vaxiviere

93  Peugeot TotalEnergies Peugeot 9X8

 Paul di Resta

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94  Peugeot TotalEnergies
Peugeot 9X8

 Loic Duval

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708  Glickenhaus Racing Glickenhaus 007 LMH

 Olivier Pla

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LMP2 - 15 cars

Bold entries are eligible for the Pro/Am sub-category

1  Richard Mille Racing 
Oreca 07-Gibson

 Lilou Wadoux

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5  Team Penske
Oreca 07-Gibson

 Felipe Nasr

 Dane Cameron

 Emmanuel Collard

9  Prema Team Orlen Oreca 07-Gibson

Poland Robert Kubica

 Louis Deletraz

 Lorenzo Colombo

10  Vector Sport Oreca 07-Gibson

 Nico Muller

 Sebastien Bourdais

 Ryan Cullen

22  United Autosports Oreca 07-Gibson

 Phil Hanson

 Filipe Albuquerque

 Will Owen

23  United Autosports Oreca 07-Gibson

 Oliver Jarvis

 Alex Lynn

 Josh Pierson

26  G-Drive Racing Oreca 07-Gibson

 Rene Binder

 James Allen

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28  JOTA Oreca 07-Gibson

 Ed Jones

South Africa Jonathan Aberdein

 Oliver Rasmussen

31  WRT Oreca 07-Gibson

Indonesia Sean Gelael

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34 Poland Inter Europol Competition Oreca 07-Gibson

Poland Jakub Smiechowski

 Alex Brundle

 Esteban Gutierrez

35  Ultimate Oreca 07-Gibson

 Jean-Baptiste Lahaye

 Matthieu Lahaye

 Francois Heriau

38  JOTA Oreca 07-Gibson

 Roberto Gonzalez

 Antonio Felix da Costa

 Will Stevens

41  RealTeam by WRT Oreca 07-Gibson

 Rui Andrade

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44 Slovakia ARC Bratislava Oreca 07-Gibson

Slovakia Miro Konopka

 Mathias Beche

 Tijmen van der Helm

83  AF Corse Oreca 07-Gibson

 Francois Perrodo

 Nicklas Nielsen

 Alessio Rovera

GTE Pro - 5 cars

51  AF Corse Ferrari 488 GTE

 Alessandro Pier Guidi

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52  AF Corse Ferrari 488 GTE

 Miguel Molina

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64  Corvette Racing Corvette C8.R

 Nick Tandy 

 Tommy Milner

91 Germany Porsche GT Team Porsche 911 RSR-19

 Gianmaria Bruni

 Richard Lietz

92 Germany Porsche GT Team Porsche 911 RSR-19

 Kevin Estre

 Michael Christensen

GTE Am - 13 cars

21  AF Corse
Ferrari 488 GTE

 Simon Mann

 Christoph Ulrich

Finland Toni Vilander

33  TF Sport
Aston Martin Vantage

 Ben Keating

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46 Germany Team Project 1
Porsche 911 RSR-19

 Matteo Cairoli

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54  AF Corse Ferrari 488 GTE

 Thomas Flohr

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56 Germany Team Project 1 Porsche 911 RSR-19

 Thomas Preining

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60  Iron Lynx
Ferrari 488 GTE

 Claudio Schiavoni

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71  Spirit of Race Ferrari 488 GTE

 Pierre Ragues

 Franck Dezoteux

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77 Germany Dempsey-Proton Racing
Porsche 911 RSR-19

Germany Christian Ried

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85  Iron Dames Ferrari 488 GTE

 Rahel Frey

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86  GR Racing
Porsche 911 RSR-19

 Michael Wainwright

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88 Germany Dempsey-Proton Racing Porsche 911 RSR-19

 Julien Andlauer

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98  Aston Martin Racing
Aston Martin Vantage

 Paul Dalla Lana

 Nicki Thiim

 David Pittard

777  D'station Racing Aston Martin Vantage

 Satoshi Hoshino

 Tomonobu Fujii

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