Ferrari announces its ambitions for the 2024 WEC championship

With the endurance season shaping up to be exceptional, the Ferrari - AF Corse team is gearing up for the big one. World Endurance Championship of the FIA 2024 after a successful 2023 season. With kick-off scheduled for the Lusail International Circuit in Qatar, which will host a round of the World Endurance Championship, all eyes are on the performance of the Ferrari 499P during the 1,812 km Qatar on Saturday March 2.

Building on last season's experience, the team will line up its Hypercars driven by crews that are already well established: Antonio Fuoco, Miguel Molina and Nicklas Nielsen in car number 50, while the winners of the 24 Hours of Le Mans Centenary, Alessandro Pier Guidi, James Calado and Antonio Giovinazzi, will take the controls of car number 51.


No development tokens have been used since 2023, Ferrari has high ambitions for the new season. The winter's work, focused on testing and simulation, has deepened the understanding and improved the performance of the previous year's technical package, underlining the team's potential for 2024.

Antonio Fuoco, driver of the Ferrari 499P no. 50, looks back on a successful 2023 season and looks ahead with enthusiasm on the start of the new championship: "We're aiming for the championship title and are determined to compete for victory at the world's most famous 24 Hours."


Miguel Molina shares this ambitionunderlining the team's rigorous winter preparations for surpass the already excellent results of the 2023 season. Nicklas Nielsen, meanwhile, talks about the challenge posed by the arrival of new manufacturers in the Hypercar category, while affirming the team's motivation to progress.

Alessandro Pier Guidi highlights the addition of an extra race to the calendar, offering more opportunities to overcome the ups and downs of competition. James Calado, on the strength of victory at Le Mans in 2023, aspires to fight for the world title with hard work and meticulous preparation.


Antonio Giovinazzi reminds us of the importance of focusing on the future with ambitious targets for 2024aimed at a new victory at Le Mans and the world title, which would be an extraordinary feat for Ferrari.

Antonello Coletta and Ferdinando Cannizzo underline the team's determination to repeat last year's successes, while recognizing the increased challenges of the 2024 season, marked by greater competition.


Ferrari thus enters the WEC 2024 championship with a a blend of humility and confidence, driven by experience and a determination to triumph at every race. The ambitions are clear: dominate the championship and once again make a name for itself on the world endurance scene.

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  1. Can't wait to see Ferrari bring home the endurance and F1 titles.
    When you see Peugeot in the hypercar business instead of Maserati, which has won several titles with the MC12, racing in the FE class, and Alfa on the bench, you're in for a real treat.

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