Because endurance racing features multi-class racing, there are effectively four different championship battles being fought out at the same time, within the one event. There is only one overall winner of the race, usually a car from the fastest LMP1 category, but the winners of the LMP2, LMGTE Pro and LMGTE Am classes are also recognised. Titles for which prizes and trophies are awarded at the end of the season are: • FIA World Endurance Drivers' Championship: Reserved for LMP1 and LMP2 drivers (combined classification of LMP categories). Driver line ups of two or three, having formed a permanent crew throughout the Championship season, will all score the same number of points and, if applicable, may all be awarded the Drivers' title. • FIA World Endurance Manufacturers' Championship: \"Manufacturer\" means the association constituted by the manufacturer of the chassis and the manufacturer of the engine. Those eligible for 2016 are Audi, Nissan, Porsche and Toyota. The results obtained at each event by the two best classified cars of the same manufacturer entered for the full season count towards this championship. • FIA World Endurance Cup for GT Drivers: Reserved for GT drivers (Pro and Am combined) and, as above, can be awarded to more than one driver from a crew during the championship season. • FIA World Endurance Cup for GT Manufacturers: Reserved for Manufacturers entered in LMGTE (Pro and Am combined). The results obtained at each event by the two best classified cars of the same manufacturer entered for the full season count towards this championship. • FIA Endurance Trophy for Private LMP1 Teams: The LMP1 Private Teams category is reserved exclusively for private teams, independent of a manufacturer apart from supply of engines. These LMP1 cars are non-hybrid and the trophy is awarded only if at least three cars are entered for the full season. • FIA Endurance Trophy for Private LMP1 Team Drivers: Awarded to the drivers who have gained the most points during the championship season and reserved for the drivers of cars entered in the LMP1 category as Private Teams. • FIA Endurance Trophy for LMP2 Teams: Awarded to the LMP2 team which has gained the most points during the championship season. • FIA Endurance Trophy for LMP2 Drivers: Awarded to the drivers who have gained the most points during the championship season and reserved for the drivers of cars entered in the LMP2 category. • FIA Endurance Trophy for LMGTE Pro Teams: Awarded to the LMGTE Pro team which has gained the most points during the championship season. • FIA Endurance Trophy for LMGTE Am Teams: Awarded to the LMGTE Am team which has gained the most points during the championship season. • FIA Endurance Trophy for GTE Am Drivers: Awarded to the drivers who have gained the most points during the championship season and reserved for the drivers of cars entered in the LMGTE Am category. POINTS At all six-hour races (i.e. all WEC races except the Le Mans 24 Hours), points will be awarded for the following places providing the leader has completed more than 75% of the original race time: 1st 25 points 2nd 18 points 3rd 15 points 4th 12 points 5th 10 points 6th 8 points 7th 6 points 8th 4 points 9th 2 points 10th 1 point And beyond: 0.5 point* (awarded to any car classified lower than 10th in the general classification of an event). For the Le Mans 24 Hours race only, double points are awarded. - One additional point will be awarded to the “pole position” team at each event, as well as to all the drivers making up the crew of the car concerned, in each of the four categories. - Additional cars, such as those sometimes entered by manufacturers or from other endurance championships on a race-by-race basis, do not score points for the Championship titles, but do retain their place in the classification at the end of each Championship Event. - Half points will be awarded to the crews if the leader has completed more than two laps but less than 75% of the original race time. - In the event of any ties for position, the team or drivers with superior race results (based on descending order, from number of wins to numbers of second-places down) will take the title.