Ferrari unchanged in 2024

Ferrari AF Corse has confirmed their Hypercar team in the 2024 FIA World Endurance Championship will remain unchanged.

Miguel Molina, Antonio Fuoco, and Nicklas Nielsen will once again race in car #50, while James Calado, Alessandro Pier Guidi, and Antonio Giovinazzi remain onboard car #51.

The team made their debut with the 499P model at Sebring in 2023, grabbing a shock Pole Position in their very first attempt. The race didn’t run quite as smooth, but they did finish on the Sebring podium, followed up at the second round in Portimao with car #50.

The Spa round was one to forget for #50, while car #51 took their first podium of the year. The team made another huge step at Le Mans, with car #51 taking the win, on the 50-year anniversery of Ferrari last competing as a works team in the top category.

Ferrari AF Corse #51
Photo: JJ Media

Car #50 made it onto the podium again at the home circuit at Monza, but had to wait until the final round in Bahrain, before Fuoco, Nielsen, and Molina were able to take another trophy, and securing thirid in the World Championship standings.

In addition to the two official works cars, there will be a “customer car” entered by AF Corse, with Robert Kubica and Yifei Ye confirmed as the first two drivers.

The FIA WEC 2024 starts on 2 March in Qatar, with the Prologue being run the weekend prior.

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