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One-two in the 6 Hours of Fuji

One-two in the 6 Hours of Fuji

Ferrari dominated the 6 Hours of Fuji, round five of the FIA World Endurance Championship. In the LMGTE Pro class, AF Corse Ferrari 488s claimed a one-two crucial for the world championship, with the Italian cars always in the top positions. The number 51 Ferrari 488 GTE with James Calado and Alessandro Pier Guidi was first over the finish line, ahead of the other AF Corse car, number 52, crewed by Antonio Fuoco and Miguel Molina.

Second and third in the 24H of Le Mans with the LMGTE Pro 488 GTEs

Second and third in the 24H of Le Mans with the LMGTE Pro 488 GTEs

24 Hours of Le Mans 2022, second and third spots in LMGTE Pro category. Alessandro Pier Guidi- James Calado-Daniel Serra took che checkered flag in P2, Antonio Fuoco- Miguel Molina-Davide Rigon finished in P3. In the LMGTE Am category, the best of the 488s at the finish line is the number 54 with Thomas Flohr, Francesco Castellacci and Nick Cassidy at the wheel, sixth after the 24-hour race. The trio preceded the 488 GTE number 21 (eighth) driven by Simon Mann-Christoph Ulrich-Toni Vilander, the number (ninth) with Vincent Abril, Louis Prette, Conrad Grunewald. In P10, Duncan Cameron, Matt Griffin and David Perel in the 488 No. 55 lined up by Spirit of Race. Franck Dezoteux, Gabriel Aubry and Pierre Ragues did not finish the race due to a technical problem.

Perrodo, Nielsen and Rovera win at Monza

Perrodo, Nielsen and Rovera win at Monza

François Perrodo, Nicklas Nielsen and Alessio Rovera claimed an awesome victory in the AF Corse Ferrari 488 GTE No. 83 in the LMGTE Am class at the 6 Hours of Monza, the third round of the FIA World Endurance Championship (WEC). The trio enjoyed their second season win, with a perfect performance. Alessandro Pier Guidi and James Calado finished second in the LMGTE Pro in their AF Corse Ferrari 488 GTE No. 51. In the same class, the Ferrari No.52, driven by Miguel Molina and Daniel Serra, ended fourth.

In the LMGTE Am class, the car No.54, driven by Thomas Flohr, Giancarlo Fisichella and Francesco Castellacci finished seventh. Simon Mann, Christoph Ulrich and Toni Vilander were tenth at the finish line in the AF Corse Ferrari No. 61.


 
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