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    Wec /elms 2021

    Well, new year, new season coming up.

    Didnt really keep up with it on here last year as much as i would liked. Covid, home learning and work, and im admin on few pages on Facebook. So, time was tight last year.

    Looking like this should be back normal by june.

    Got big news for 2023 with ferrari stepping to lmh. Which, will mean no more gte. Gte is pretty much dead. Sad, as love the gte cars. With imsa moving to gt3 cars next year, im sure wec/aco will do the same. Nothing as been confirmed to me, but af corse could be doing with lmh car.
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    Maranello 24 February 2021
    Ferrari's return to the top class in the FIA World Endurance Championship from 2023 has been greeted with enthusiasm by leading figures in the endurance world.

    Jean Todt, FIA President: “The announcement of Ferrari’s commitment to the FIA World Endurance Championship with a Le Mans Hypercar entry from 2023 is great news for the FIA, the ACO and the wider world of motorsport. I believe in the concept of road-relevant Hypercars competing in the FIA WEC and at the 24 Hours of Le Mans. I’m looking forward to seeing this legendary brand taking on this ambitious project.”

    Pierre Fillon, President of the Automobile Club de l'Ouest: "Today is a great day for endurance racing: Ferrari is coming back to the top level, at the 24 Hours of Le Mans and the FIA World Endurance Championship. The Hypercar field promises some epic battles. Alongside Ferrari, In 2023, many manufacturers who have already joined us are sure to pull out all the stops to win the race in its centenary year. This is excellent news for a discipline whose rule base forms a solid foundation on which to build a bright future."

    Richard Mille, President of the FIA Endurance Commission: “We took a lot of risks developing the Le Mans Hypercar concept, and a lot of effort and perseverance went into defining the regulations so that they capture the spirit of what we wanted LMH to be, and that is to allow for various philosophies in terms of technical approaches and aesthetics of the cars. Today we can be satisfied with the achieved results, with Ferrari joining other renowned brands. Ferrari has a long and prestigious record in sportscar racing, most recently winning the FIA World Endurance GT Manufacturers' Championship but also taking multiple overall victories in the 24 Hours of Le Mans. Although there’s still a lot of work to be done, we’re already witnessing history being made and in few years’ time the FIA WEC grid should be the strongest ever.

    Frédéric Lequien, CEO of the FIA WEC: “The news that Ferrari is set to join the new Hypercar category is simply amazing. What’s even more incredible is that Ferrari will join at least five other manufacturers to compete in the WEC’s top-tier category from 2023 - the scene is set for an unforgettable period in endurance racing history. We are delighted that our new regulations have attracted so many prestigious automotive brands. Ferrari is a prestigious marque which is synonymous with Hypercar, so I have no doubt that they will be be extremely competitive out on track - we are honoured to welcome Ferrari back to the top class of endurance racing”.
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    Maranello 24 February 2021
    The new challenge ahead for Competizioni GT consists of three simple letters, LMH. They represent Ferrari’s quest to be in the top class of the World Endurance Championship by 2023, fifty years after the 312 PB’s last race in the World Sportscar Championship.

    Antonello Coletta, Head of Ferrari Attività Sportive GT, believes that the Maranello marque could once again fight for overall victories in races such as the 24 Hours of Le Mans or the premier class title.

    “Today’s announcement confirms Ferrari’s commitment to the world of endurance racing and completes a journey that began in 2006 when we returned to this activity, which then led us to create Competizioni GT", commented Coletta. “Since then, we have brought the Prancing Horse cars back to winning ways as seen by our world titles and victories in the 24 Hours of Le Mans. We firmly believe in endurance and the announcement of our return to the top class of the FIA WEC, a championship of which Ferrari is one of the founders alongside the FIA and the ACO, is payback for our efforts and hard work of recent years. There is great enthusiasm and desire to face this new, demanding but at the same time exciting challenge”.
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    Thanks for this update, Rob, but like you I feel it's a shame that the GTE class will probably be a thing of the past. I still remember watching the Ferrari 512s against the Porsche 917s at Brands Hatch back in the late 60s/early 70s, those were days we won't see again and the noise was incredible.

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    Really sad news that the co-founder of Frikadelli Racing; Sabine Schmitz has died after losing her battle with cancer.

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    RIP Sabine!
    Hero's come and go, but legends never die!

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    WEC SPA 6 Hours :

    Second and third in LM GTE PRO and
    First , third and fourth in LM GTE AM.

    A good start from all our drivers this year !
    Can't wait for us to be in the Hypercar class...patience required.

    Congrats to the all our Ferrari GT Teams !

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    Yes, a good performance from the 488GTEs but I was hoping that we'd get P1 in the GTEPro, AF Corse do a great job anyway so a pretty successful start to the season, grazie ragazzi!

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    SPA 2010

    Here a nice picture from some well known AF Corse drivers of the past : SPA 2010AFcorse SPA 2010.jpg

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    FERRARI AND AF CORSE TEAM TOGETHER FOR LMH PROGRAMME

    Maranello 07 June 2021
    Ferrari officially announced its partnership with AF Corse to collaborate in the management of the team that will work alongside Competizioni GT in the Le Mans Hypercar (LMH) programme. As already declared, the Prancing Horse will be entering the new top class of the FIA WEC World Championship from 2023.

    The team will compete in the championship as “Ferrari – AF Corse”, continuing on a winning streak started in the FIA GT 2006 with the F430 GT2 that, in its debut season, produced the team, drivers and Constructors’ title. The partnership between Ferrari and AF Corse has created nearly all of the GT wins of recent years as well as all of those achieved in the World Endurance Championship (WEC) since its inception in 2012. Six team and drivers’ titles for AF Corse in the LMGTE Pro and LMGTE Am classes, five Constructors’ titles for Ferrari crowned with three triumphs at the 24 Hours of Le Mans.

    Antonello Coletta, Head of Ferrari Attività Sportive GT: “Today’s announcement is an important step towards the debut of our LMH in the World Endurance Championship. We are happy to have a reliable partner like AF Corse with us for this project. Ferrari and AF Corse have enjoyed a solid relationship for a long time, as you can see in the FIA WEC, where we run our official 488 GTEs together with the Piacenza-based team. We look forward to continuing together on a journey as rewarding as the years of racing cooperation to date”.

    Amato Ferrari, AF Corse team owner: “We are proud of this announcement. It is the crowning of a dream and recognition of the great effort made over the years. Our partnership with Ferrari is a winning one that began in 2006, and I am delighted to continue it in the LMH project. We have immediately kicked off with great enthusiasm aiming to raise the bar even further and to be ready for this new challenge”.

    07 June, 2021

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    WEC Portimao 8 Hours :

    First and Second in LM GTE PRO
    First in LM GTE AM

    Great result once again from our guys.
    Congratulations , Forza Ferrari !

    Now on to the Autodromo Nazionale di Monza.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Forza Rosso View Post
    WEC Portimao 8 Hours :

    First and Second in LM GTE PRO
    First in LM GTE AM

    Great result once again from our guys.
    Congratulations , Forza Ferrari !

    Now on to the Autodromo Nazionale di Monza.
    Brilliant result, so well earned, congrats to them all.

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    Monza 19 June 2021
    Extraordinary victory in the DTM championship maiden outing at Monza for the Red Bull AF Corse-run Ferrari 488 GT3 Evo 2020 driven by Liam Lawson. Excellent performance also for the second Ferrari, courtesy of Alex Albon, who narrowly missed out on third place.

    At the end of the 50-minute race, the undercut strategy of those who pitted first paid off, with Lawson changing tyres on lap nine, while opponents stayed out on track a few laps longer. The two AF Corse drivers make their intentions clear from the get-go, gaining ground over the opening turns. On lap 12 Lawson, holding eighth place after the bustle of pit stops, manoeuvres in behind Vincent Abril, fresh out of the pits and, in the earlier stages, race leader.

    The mandatory stops of the immediate rivals continue, with Lawson maintaining a formidable pace. The crunch comes on lap 24, when the new race leader, Maximilian Buhk, enters the pits: the advantage accumulated by Lawson is more than enough to snatch the top spot, holding on to it right through to the chequered flag. Albon puts pedal to the metal until he reaches fourth place, marginally off the podium.

    "At Ferrari we are very pleased with the win in this first race of the 2021 DTM championship season, which marks the beginning of a new GT3 era in the renowned German series" said Antonello Coletta, Head of Ferrari Attività Sportive GT. "It gives us great satisfaction to be able to prevail over the other prestigious brands who have participated, showing the validity of the Ferrari 488 GT3 Evo 2020. We hope to be able to keep up these performances throughout the season".dtm.jpg

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    Nice to see a Ferrari win again, for the second weekend running after Portimao. Keep it coming! I still find it odd to see Albon, an ex-Red Bull F1 driver driving a Ferrari, though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wisepie View Post
    Nice to see a Ferrari win again, for the second weekend running after Portimao. Keep it coming! I still find it odd to see Albon, an ex-Red Bull F1 driver driving a Ferrari, though.
    When Ferrari and Red Bull team up against Mercedes , anything is possible.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Forza Rosso View Post
    When Ferrari and Red Bull team up against Mercedes , anything is possible.....
    If only it was happening in F1! We can dream.

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    Monza 18 July 2021

    The trio of Perrodo-Nielsen-Rovera claimed a splendid victory in the AF Corse Ferrari 488 GTE in the LMGTE Am class at the 6 Hours of Monza, the third round of the FIA WEC World Championship, while Alessandro Pier Guidi and James Calado finished second in the LMGTE Pro. Enrico Galliera, Ferrari’s Chief Marketing and Commercial Officer started the race, which also welcomed the return of spectators to the stands.

    LMGTE Pro.
    The six-hour, intense scrap between Porsche and Ferrari saw Kévin Estre and Neel Jani emerge victorious. Three minutes from the end, they took advantage of Alessandro Pier Guidi’s splash-and-go to cross the line with a 32-second cushion. The Italian driver, who pushed hard to close to within less than a second of the winners before his lightning-fast final stop, deployed a bold strategy hoping to follow up on his win at Portimão, but with no luck. During the race, crewmate James Calado even took the lead for a time with a splendid passing move on Jani. Miguel Molina and Daniel Serra secured fourth place overall, just three seconds off the podium. The crew of car #52 fought a very intense race duelling with the Porsche of Bruni-Lietz. With these results, Ferrari stays on top of the Constructors’ Championship standings.

    LMGTE Am.
    François Perrodo, Nicklas Nielsen and Alessio Rovera enjoyed their second season win, with a perfect performance. Starting from the back of the pack after yesterday’s penalty in qualifying, a splendid Rovera put the trio back in contention in the early stages. He then handed over to Perrodo before returning to the wheel at mid-race. The Italian then left the AF Corse 488 GTE to Nicklas Nielsen, whose two very quick stints saw him first over the line, gifting the Italian team another win after the victory at Spa-Francorchamps. The race was a mixed bag for the other Ferraris. While car #54, driven by Flohr-Fisichella-Castellacci finished seventh and the “Iron Dames” crew, Frey-Gatting-Bovy, eighth, the Maranello cars were well up in the mix during the race. The final result was affected by bad luck in the Safety Car and Full Course Yellow phases, which also knocked back the third AF Corse Ferrari of Mann-Ulrich-Vilander, tenth at the finish line but often in the top three. Eleventh and twelfth place went to the 488 GTEs fielded by Cetilar Racing, still leader of the standings, and Rinaldi Racing, while the second Iron Lynx car had to retire.

    Appointments. The next round of Season 9 of the FIA WEC is the eagerly awaited 24 Hours of Le Mans on 21 and 22 August. On that occasion, the Ferrari President, John Elkann, will send the cars on their way in front of 50,000 spectators.

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    Thanks for the summary of the Monza race, always good to remember that Ferrari are also chasing success in the WEC standings and not doing a bad job at all, thanks to AF Corse and some great performances which aren't always reflected in the eventual results.

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    Monza, 18 July 2021 – The reigning champions spoke about their second victory of the season, Ferrari’s third consecutive win in the LMGTE Am class, a feat not achieved since 2015.

    François Perrodo, AF Corse #83 “You should have seen our faces at dinner when we heard about the penalty after qualifying! Whatever, the rules must be followed, and today we started from the back. Winning is really great. After the poor race at Portimão, where we only picked up two points, we are back in the title fight ahead of the most important race of the year, with double points at stake. There will be spectators, and that will make it totally different to last year”.

    Alessio Rovera, AF Corse #83: “The race was more fun starting from the back! We knew the car was quick, especially on the straights. I gave it my all and tried to pass every time I had the chance. I enjoyed the whole race, and all three of us were very fast”.

    Nicklas Nielsen, AF Corse #83: “It was a great race! I took over in first place, like at Spa. The guys did a great job. Alessio made an impressive comeback, and François was effective in his stints… Since yesterday, we knew that the car was powerful. We managed to exploit its potential and can rejoice in this home win”.
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    After the race, the drivers described a gripping battle finely balanced until the last three minutes, with the Ferraris always in the mix.

    James Calado, AF Corse #51: “It’s one of the bitterest second places of my career. We wanted to win, but the Porsches had a bit of a cushion, so we tried a different strategy. We were a lap or two short of fuel to fight for victory. We took a chance hoping for a Full Course Yellow or a Slow Zone at the end, but it didn’t come, so congratulations to them for winning on our home turf. The second place gives us valuable championship points ahead of the 24 Hours of Le Mans”.

    Daniel Serra, AF Corse #52: “A difficult race where we rarely found the pace. We need to figure out why this happened and fix the problem ahead of the 24 Hours of Le Mans”.
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    Thanks Rob, the Italians teams and individuals are getting back some form in many sports, long may it last! Forza!

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    Quote Originally Posted by wisepie View Post
    Thanks Rob, the Italians teams and individuals are getting back some form in many sports, long may it last! Forza!
    Sonfar. Been good season, across wec, elms and gt world challenge.

    Really enoyed last race at Monza. Epic battle all race witg 51 and 92. And for the 83 to come from the back of the grid to win.

    Next one Le Mans.
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    Lausitzring 25 July 2021

    Excitement swirled at the Lausitzring as the second weekend of the DTM season came to a close, with Liam Lawson’s Ferrari taking second place and Alex Albon’s eleventh.

    Passes.

    Today’s result comes with its share of regrets for the New Zealander of Red Bull AF Corse. After a splendid passing move on the outside of poleman Ellis, Lawson took the lead and exploited the car’s potential. Lap by lap, he gradually built up a two-second advantage over Kelvin van der Linde who, in the meantime, had overcome the Mercedes driver, moving up behind the Ferrari man. After a tough qualifying session, Alex Albon attempted a challenging comeback, first passing Müller and then Rockenfeller for eleventh. The Thai pitted on lap seven, followed two laps later by his teammate.

    Twists and turns.

    The AF Corse mechanics’ pit stops were again lightning-fast, but Lawson stalled the 488 GT3 Evo 2020's engine and returned to the track third, behind Kevin van der Linde and Maximilian Götz. In the middle of the pack, Albon fought a great duel with Maini, getting the better of the Mercedes driver with a perfect passing move at Turn 2, while race leader van der Linde’s car suddenly slowed down on the return straight, leaving the way clear for the German and the New Zealander. The championship leader’s Audi recovered its pace and got back into Lawson’s slipstream. Despite van der Linde’s insistent pressing and the 15hp loss due to the Balance of Performance, Lawson neatly fended him off to cross the line in second place. However, Albon struggled to stay in the top ten, ending the fifty-five minute and one-lap race in eleventh place. The Balance of Performance differential with his rivals severely hampered the AlphaTauri AF Corse driver from attacking or defending himself.

    Standings.

    These results compact the championship table with Lawson in second place on 65, just four lengths behind Kelvin van der Linde, while Albon is fifth on 31 points. The next round of the German series will run in Zolder, Belgium, from 6 to 8 August.

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    Ferrari hopes to race LMH hypercar in IMSA following WEC convergence

    Ferrari has expressed hopes that its new World Endurance Championship contender will race in North America
    after the opening up of the IMSA Sportscar Championship to Le Mans Hypercars.

    The Italian manufacturer has admitted that IMSA is on the radar for its first factory prototype programme in 50 years
    after the final strand in the process of rules convergence between LMH
    and the LMP2-based LMDh formula was put in place earlier this month.

    Antonello Coletta, who is heading up the LMH project at Ferrari in his capacity as boss of the Attivita Sportive GT department,
    described the completion of the process of convergence as "good news for motorsport".

    He also pointed out that the USA is "the primary market" for Ferrari road cars.

    Asked if the new Ferrari LMH hybrid prototype will race in IMSA, he told Autosport:
    "Probably. It is a dream for the fans and for us.
    "I hope we can have this chance, but we will have to assess it in the future."

    But Coletta stressed that there will be no Ferrari prototypes racing in IMSA in the first year of the LMH programme in 2023,
    which coincides with the introduction of LMDh machinery in North America.

    "Impossible. At the moment we are concentrating on our project and our involvement in the WEC," he said.
    Coletta would not be drawn on whether Ferrari would mirror its WEC attack by fielding a factory team
    in IMSA should it decide to expand into North America.

    Again it is too early: we we will concentrate on our two factory cars [in WEC], then we need to decide if we open to customers," he said.
    Ferrari announced in June that its relationship with the AF Corse team,
    which has masterminded its factory campaigns in the GTE Pro class of the WEC, will continue into the LMH programme.

    The new Ferrari prototype, a name for which has yet to be released, is due to begin testing in the second quarter of 2022.

    Coletta said that there would be further LMH announcements in "two or three months".

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    Pleased to see that Ferrari plan to keep that relationship with AF Corse going, they have worked so hard and been very successful, long may it continue.

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    Ferrari wins the 24 Hours of SPA Francorchamps !
    EPIC win , congrats to all the team , legendary nr 51 does it again.

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    Iron Lynx claims first Ferrari Spa 24 Hours victory since 2004

    The Iron Lynx squad claimed a dramatic first victory for Ferrari in the Spa 24 Hours since 2004 thanks to a bold move from Alessandro Pier Guidi in the closing minutes
    Iron Lynx claims first Ferrari Spa 24 Hours victory since 2004
    Pier Guidi went around the outside of the WRT Audi driven by Dries Vanthoor in wet conditions at the fast Blanchimont lefthander to reclaim the lead that the Iron Lynx

    Ferrari 488 GT3 Evo he shared with Nicklas Nielsen and Come Ledogar had held for much of the double-points round of the GT World Challenge Europe.
    Pier Guidi had lost out with 50 minutes to go when WRT rolled the dice with storm clouds looming and sent Vanthoor out on wet-weather tyres before it had started to rain.
    The downpour arrived on the Belgian driver's outlap and then Iron Lynx opted not to bring in Pier Guidi at the first opportunity.
    By the time he had completed a slow lap on a flooded track and changed to grooved Pirellis, the Italian had fallen 50s behind the Audi co-driven by Kelvin van der Linde
    and Charles Weerts.

    A full course yellow had already been called at this stage and when the safety car bunched the field up, Pier Guidi was little more than three seconds behind when the race
    went green for the final 27 minutes.
    The Ferrari quickly closed down the the Audi and was right with the German car inside five laps.

    He was only half a second behind starting the 551st lap and then got a better run out of Stavelot and braved it out around the outside through Blanchimont at the end of
    the lap.

    Pier Guidi was able to extend the lead over the remaining laps to five seconds, before crossing the line 3.9s ahead.
    "I've been trying so many times to win this race, I really wanted it, really, really," said Pier Guidi.
    "When the rain came and everything seemed lost, I was really disappointed.
    "I pushed like an animal and I did all I could."

    It was a sweet victory for Iron Lynx on its debut in the Spa enduro after the Italian team had lost a car in the opening hour when Davide Rigon was involved in a four-car
    accident at Eau Rouge.
    The accident resulted in Rigon and Williams Formula 1 reserve driver Jack Aitken, who triggered the incident when he spun his Emil Frey Lamborghini at Eau Rouge, being
    taken to hospital in nearby Liege.
    Rigon was released after undergoing tests, while Aitken was diagnosed with fractures of a vertebra and his collarbone.

    Aston Martin claimed third place with the all-factory line-up of Nicki Thiim, Marco Sorensen and Ross Gunn in the Garage 59 team's Pro class entry more than a minute in
    arrears of the winning Ferrari.
    They never made up the ground they lost during the night when they made their technical pitstop, a mandatory four-minute stay in the pits to allow for a change of brakes,
    under green conditions unlike the majority of their rivals at the front of the field.

    The second of the factory Audis run by WRT driven by Nico Muller, Robin Frijns and Dennis Lind took fourth position two laps behind, while Nick Tandy, Maxime Martin and
    Laurens Vanthoor, who had to sit out much of the second half of the race after an accident in the paddock, took fifth in their KCMG Porsche 911 GT3-R.
    The factory-backed Sainteloc Audi shared by Markus Winkelhock,Christopher Haase and Patric Niederhauser rounded out the top six.

    Silver Cup honours went to the Madpanda Mercedes-AMG GT3 driven by Ezequiel Perez Companc, Ricardo Sanchez, Patrick Kujala and Rik Breukers.

    AF Corse Ferrari drivers Duncan Cameron, Rino Mastronardi, Matt Griffin, Miguel Molina came out top in the Pro-Am class.
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    Great result, when the F1 team can't get a break, it's even more impressive when a Ferrari wins in the WEC series. Happy that Davide Rigon is OK after the crash, too. Well done ragazzi.

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    Bloody awesome result!! I'm annoyed at myself for not knowing it was on this weekend some of my online calendars haven't synced for this season so you (I) don't always know about historic races like this

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