Rebellion Racing have confirmed the Swiss team will pull out of all GT and Le Mans prototype racing globally at the end of the 2020 World Endurance Championship.
Since 2011, the Swiss watch manufacturer has been a part of the World Endurance Championship in the LMP1 category as a privateer outfit.
The team ran two Lola B12/60 prototypes between 2011 and 2013 and two Rebellion R-one cars from 2014.
In 2017 Rebellion also entered two Oreca 07 cars in the LMP2 class.
Despite confirming their departure from WEC earlier in the year, slating their exit to be post the 2020 24 Hours of Le Mans, Rebellion had initially hinted at a launching a GT3 program to keep the team involved in sports car racing.
However, in a social media post released today the team acknowledged that they now have now future plans to be involved in GT or prototype racing. Rather, Rebellion will solely focus on its Dakar Rally intentions.
Earlier this season, Rebellion won their first ever ‘on-track’ LMP1 victory at the 4 Hours of Shanghai to become the first privateer team in WEC history to get a pole position and win.