The WM P76 was a sports car prototype used between 1976 to 1978 by Welter Racing in 24-hour race at Le Mans.
The P76 was the third prototype developed by Gérard Welter for his racing team. By the time they had perfected the P76, the French racing team wanted to participate in the 24-hour race at Le Mans. The car was fitted with a 2.7-litre Peugeot V6 engine.
In the same year the car failed to qualifyat the 500-kilometer race from Dijon. In 1977, a parallel to the P76 the P77 was used at Le Mans. Max Mamers and Jean-Daniel Raulet managed to gain some good results.
In 1978, Marianne Hoepfner and Christine Dacremont entered a ladies team at the endurance classic race. The last use of a P76 ended prematurely after an overheated cylinder.