AF Corse switches one driver

AF Corse is going for stability in the FIA World Endurance Championship, with the 2022 season start being just under two months away.

The defending World Champions in the Ferrari #488 GTE #51 will remain unchanged. Alessandro Pier Guidi and James Calado will do their fifth season together. The pair also won the GTE Pro title in 2017, which was the first year of an official FIA World Championship for that category.

Miguel Molina will continue in car #52. This will be the third season for the Spaniard, but he will have his third teammate in just as many seasons. He started out with Davide Rigon, who was replaced by Daniel Serra. His new teammate for the 2022 season will be Italian driver Antonio Fuoco. Fuoco did an amazing job onboard the Cetilar Racing Ferrari #47 in the FIA WEC 2021 season, and was amongst the fastest GTE Am drivers out there.

AF Corse Ferrari #51
Photo: JJ Media

There is no news regarding the programme for Serra in 2022, other than the Brazilian participating in the 24 hours race at Daytona this and next weekend for Risi Competizione in the GTD Pro category, which is the first round of the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship.

AF Corse hasn’t confirmed the third drivers on the cars, for the 24 Hours of Le Mans – nor if they are going to run two or three drivers on each car, when the 1000 Miles of Sebring, the opening round of the FIA World Endurance Championship 2022, happens on 18 March.

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