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World champion titles will be awarded to the top scoring manufacturers and drivers over the season, while other cups and trophies will be awarded for drivers and private teams. World champion titles will be awarded to the top scoring manufacturers and drivers over the season, while other cups and trophies will be awarded for drivers and private teams.
   
-The World Endurance Championship will follow much of the format of the Intercontinental Le Mans Cup and feature seven endurance races across the world, including the 24 Hours of Le Mans, with all races being at least six hours in duration.+The World Endurance Championship will follow much of the format of the Intercontinental Le Mans Cup and feature eight endurance races across the world, including the 24 Hours of Le Mans, with all races (except Le Mans) being six hours in duration.
   
The calendar is as follows: The calendar is as follows:
-  * March 17 - 12h of Sebring (USA) +  * April 20       - Silverstone, UK 
-  * May 5 - 6h of Spa (Belgium) +  * May 3          - Spa, (Belgium) 
-  * June 16-17 - 24h of Le Mans (France) +  * June 14-15     - Le Mans, (France) 
-  * Aug 26 - 6h of Silverstone (UK) +  * September 20   - Circuit of Americas, USA 
-  * Sept 15 - 6h of Sao Paulo (Brazil) +  * Oct 12         - Fuji, Japan 
-  * Sept 29 - 6h of Bahrain (Bahrain) +  * November 2     - Shanghai, PRC 
-  * Oct 14 - 6h of Mt. Fuji (Japan) +  * November 15    - Bahrain 
-  * Oct 27 - 6h of China (Shanghai)+  * November 30    - Sao Paulo, Brazil
-The four current categories utilized in ACO events will continue to be used in the World Endurance Championship through 2013: LMP1 and LMP2 prototypes and the GTE category, divided into GTE Pro for teams with professional driver line-ups, and GTE Am for teams featuring a mixture of amateur drivers.+The same regulations cover all these events, with minor differences for Le Mans.  The four current categories utilized in ACO events will continue to be used in the World Endurance Championship through 2014: LMP1 (-H and -L)and LMP2 prototypes and the GTE category, divided into GTE Pro for teams with professional driver line-ups, and GTE Am for teams featuring a mixture of amateur drivers.
Titles will be awarded each season based on total point tally, with two being deemed world championships: Titles will be awarded each season based on total point tally, with two being deemed world championships:
 
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