The ACO have revised the balance of performance for the 24 Hours of Le Mans, adding weight to the Toyota, Ferrari, Cadillac and Porsche cars.
The Toyota GR010 Hybrid will see the largest increase, of 37kg. The Ferrari 499P will receive 24kg, with the Cadillac V-Series.R having 11kg added on, and the Porsche 963 just 3kg.
The Peugeot 9X8, Glickenhaus 007 LMH, and Vanwall Vandervell 680 will not receive any weight increases.
In addition, the Toyota GR010 will get 4MJ more usable energy over a stint, while the Ferrari 499P will get 2MJ more, and the Cadillac V-Series.R.
The ACO and FIA World Endurance Championship set the balance of performance after the Prologue pre-season test, for the first four rounds of the season — Sebring, Portimao, Spa and Le Mans.
Both organisations set the wholesale BoP would not change until after Le Mans, with the platform BoP — which governs the balance between the LMH-rules cars and LMDh-rules cars — changing every two races. The last time this could have changed was before Spa, after the first two races.
However, the wholesale BoP has now changed. MotorsportWeek.com has reached out the ACO and WEC and will update if we hear back.