Toyota is poised to wrap up the 2014 FIA World Endurance Championship title for the first time at the season-finale 6 Hours of Sao Paolo in Brazil.

Having already sealed the drivers' title with Sebastien Buemi and Anthony Davidson, Toyota is now just a handful of points shy of sealing the manufacturers' crown, arguably the more coveted title amongst the teams.

Significant in that it will end Audi's domination in the series, though Toyota president Yoshiaki Kinoshita is refusing to get excited too soon, he is confident it will be his team celebrating come the weekend.

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"Our task in Brazil is clear; we want to win the manufacturers' World Championship. We are in a very strong position in the standings but until the chequered flag falls in Brazil, we cannot take anything for granted.

"Interlagos is a track which has suited us well in the past and I have particularly happy memories of winning our first race there two years ago.

"I hope we can enjoy some more celebrations on Sunday night but before we think about that, we will be giving everything, as usual, to perform strongly again in the race."