Yeah, but thinking of other manufacturers who have pretty extensive programs Ferrari have 12, Mercedes have 10, Porsche have 14. Some of those guys like Herta may appear only once I guess though, just found it odd/interesting.I mean between WEC, IMSA, DTM, ADAC, and SRO there are plenty of seats with factory and privateer teams.
That is true.Yeah, but thinking of other manufacturers who have pretty extensive programs Ferrari have 12, Mercedes have 10, Porsche have 14. Some of those guys like Herta may appear only once I guess though, just found it odd/interesting.
“The team’s work in 2022 was definitely intense, but we are still at the start of the development process,” said Ferdinando Cannizzo, Head of Ferrari GT Track Car Development. “As is expected at this stage, we are making progress but also experiencing setbacks that slow down the programme. We are collecting valuable data and ideas to help us improve the car in terms of performance and reliability. We still need to do a lot of work to ensure we are ready for the debut at Sebring, but we are following our planned steps.”
From the rear it looks great. The view of the air exhausts from behind the front wheels is interesting. I like the color combination so the whole car should look great. I like the Porsche because it's so straight forward , sleek, and comparatively simple. It just looks good.Nothing else, he didn’t have it up for long supposedly so I don’t think it was supposed to get posted.
And that's on top of the highest recorded Rolex attendance in the event's history. It's great to see all this interest in sportscar racing.The sold-out Le Mans crowd is expected to be 300,000.
ACO President Pierre Fillon and a delegation from Le Mans and the FIA WEC were full of praise for the start that IMSA have made to their GTP era at the 2023 Rolex 24 Hours at Daytona. "It's amazing to see so many people here, it's great to see so many people coming out towww.dailysportscar.com
Pretty big move by Ferrari as they sign Lilou Wadoux as their first-ever lady factory driver, running in the Richard Mille AF Corse GTE-Am entry this season.