Ferrari played a leading role in the FIA WEC 2023 (FIA World Endurance Championship) with the GT and LMH series. Throughout the season, they achieved several notable results, including victory in the 6 Hours of Portimao and a podium finish at the Monza race.
The highlight of the motorsport season was the historic victory at Le Mans, marking a milestone considering the last triumph was 58 years ago.
Following the historic win at Le Mans and the excellent results of the season, which marked the return of the Prancing Horse cars to the endurance category after 50 years, the team has confirmed the entire driver lineup for 2024.
Antonio Fuoco, Miguel Molina, and Nicklas Nielsen will once again take turns driving the Ferrari 499P Hypercar number 50.
Alessandro Pier Guidi, James Calado, and Antonio Giovinazzi – winners of last year’s 24 Hours of Le Mans – will race with the sister car, number 51.
Antonello Coletta, Global Head of Endurance and Customer Racing, commented: “The choice to keep the drivers who raced last year with the 499P for the Ferrari – AF Corse team in the 2024 FIA WEC season reflects a commitment to continuity… Together we have gained experience as we continue to develop our car and showcase its potential. Building on these foundations, we look optimistically towards the upcoming 2024 season, renewing our confidence in our drivers.”
Other teams are ready to unveil their lineups in the coming weeks, leading up to the 1812 km of Qatar that opens the season (March 1-2).