The 2015 schedule is a continuation of the previous three seasons, with eight races once again filling the line up of 6 Hour and 24 Hour events, including a new event at the Nürburgring in Germany at the end of August.
The 2015 season will feature a new LMP1 manufacturer entry from Nissan alongside the hybrid prototypes from Audi, Porsche and Toyota.
The official press release indicates that Montreal is still under discussion for an entry in 2017.
2015 FIA World Endurance Championship Provisional Calendar**
27 / 28 March: Prologue Le Castellet, France
12 April: 6 Hours of Silverstone
02 May: 6 Hours of Spa
31 May: Tests Le Mans
13/14 June: 24h du Mans
30 August: 6 Hours of Nurburging
19 September: 6 Hours of Circuit of the Americas ( Lone Star le Mans)
11 October: 6 Hours of Fuji
1 November: 6 Hours of Shanghai
21 November: 6 Hours of Bahrain
** Subject to clarification by the FIA World Motor Sport Council