Ferrari to build Le Mans Hypercar, race for top honors in 2023. Throw some confetti: Ferrari is heading back to Le Mans to challenge for outright victory at Circuit de la Sarthe for the first time. Ferrari 488 GTEs from the virtual 24 Hours of Le Mans in June.. Ferrari will return to the top flight of endurance racing with a hypercar entry in 2023, competing for outright Le Mans 24 Hours.
The hypercar class for Le Mans is a new one, and debuts in the 2020/2021 season with Toyota and Aston Martin already signed up to compete. Behance / Vito Possidente Overfinch's Greatest Creation Ferrari Is Latest to Commit to Le Mans Hypercar for 2023. Cars in the new class will be able to compete in IMSA and WEC, as well the 24 Hours of Le Mans. The LMDh platform was introduced at the. In 2023, the most iconic manufacturer in racing will once again aim for top honors with a new Le Mans Hypercar. Ferrari announced today that it has just started preliminary work on a new Hypercar.
Ferrari's Le Mans Hypercar Program Gathers Steam 100th anniversary of Enzo Ferrari's first Grand Prix victory with Alfa Romeo and it will be the 100th anniversary of Le Mans. A century later. Ferrari's press release is light on details, but based on what we know about Le Mans's new hypercar class, the vehicle will feature a hybrid powertrain, be limited to 670 horsepower (268 of. Ferrari Le Mans Hypercar Rendered, Shows Stunning Futuristic Design. With the 2020 Le Mans race now behind us (Toyota grabbed the LMP1 prototype big boy win, while Aston Martin secured both the. Check Out Ferrari SF90 Renderings For New Le Mans Hypercar Class. The inspiration for Possidente's renderings is the upcoming addition of the Le Mans Hypercar Class competition to the historic race. Ferrari has yet to announce whether or not the SF90 Stradale will actually compete at Le Mans, but that hasn't stopped an independent Italian. Ferrari have announced the start of a Le Mans Hypercar (LMH) programme from 2023 that will see them enter the new premier class of the World Endurance Championship
Motorsport Official: Ferrari will race a hypercar at Le Mans! For the first time since 1973, Ferrari will race in the top class. Make it look like this pleas Ferrari will join the Le Mans Hypercar fray in 2023. Another motorsports heavyweight has announced its intention to enter the 2023 24 Hours of Le Mans. Joining endurance-racing masters Porsche and Audi, Ferrari will seek to make a splash at the Circuit de la Sarthe grid in two years' time Considering Ferrari will be racing its new Le Mans Hypercar contender by early 2023, the reveal of this potential LaFerrari successor should take place before 2022 is out, assuming it ends up as.
Ferrari announces that they will be moving with a factory program to Le Mans and the World Endurance Championship's Hypercar category. Let's talk about that,.. Ferrari has not competed in the premier class of the Le Mans 24 Hours, WEC's most famous race, since 1973. It will compete to win the race outright from 2023 onwards with its new hypercar
Ferrari will build and develop a factory Le Mans Hypercar project for 2023 when it will join Porsche, Toyota, Peugeot and Audi at the endurance racing classic. 4 numbers, 3 letters. We don't think we need to add anything else A Le Mans Hypercar (LMH) is a set of regulations for sports prototype race cars to be used as the top class of the FIA World Endurance Championship, alongside the LMDh class, and will also be used in the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship.Le Mans Hypercar regulations were created jointly by the Automobile Club de l'Ouest (ACO) and the Fédération Internationale de l'Automobile (FIA) as a. Ferrari will make a return to the pinnacle of sportscar racing in World Endurance Championship with a new Le Mans Hypercar in 2023. The Italian manufacturer announced its first factory prototype. Ferrari Is Gunning For Overall Victory At Le Mans With A Hypercar. The new entry will mark Ferrari's first prototype effort in 22 years, since the 333 SP seen here. Well here's one nobody saw.
Ferrari's Le Mans Hypercar will be run by long-term partner AF Corse on the marque's return to prototype racing in the World Endurance Championship in 2023. The Italian manufacturer has revealed. Feb 23, 2021 - With the 2020 Le Mans race now behind us (Toyota grabbed the LMP1 prototype big boy win, while Aston Martin secured both the Pro and Am LM GTE road car-connected trophies), we can now look at the 2021 battle: for its 89th edition, the 24-hour endurance race will see its top tier revolutionized thanks to the introduction of the Le Mans Hypercar (LMH class). And since Ferrari has.
Ferrari has confirmed that it will enter the 2023 World Endurance Championship with an entry in the new Le Mans Hypercar class, which is likely to form the basis of a road-going replacement for. Ferrari has revealed that it will partner with AF Corse for its forthcoming Le Mans Hypercar program in 2023. In 2023, the team will compete under the banner of Ferrari-AF Corse The Italian marque feels a continuation of its long-standing relationship with Amato Ferrari's team is the best way t.. Ferrari: Rossi at Le Mans on our Hypercar? He's too old. The project for the new Endurance car was presented at Maranello, but they closed the door on Valentino: He has fun with the GTs Ferrari is making a grand return to the top class at the 24 Hours of Le Mans, after what'll be a 50-year absence by the time it happens. Maranello will join the FIA World Endurance Championship. Ferrari announced it will race in the new Le Mans Hypercar class starting in 2023, but the company has released details of the car that will compete
Ferrari has announced that it will return to the top class of the World Endurance Championship in 2023 with a new Le Mans Hypercar (LMH) programme.. The Italian manufacturer last competed in the top class of sportscar racing in 1973 but will return after a period of study and analysis into the new rules, which are set to be introduced this year.. Ferrari has finally confirmed it intends to race in the new 'Hypercar' class of endurance racing.Fairly seismic news, you'll agree, because it means for the first time since 1973, Ferrari will be competing for outright victory in the World Endurance Championship and, of course, Le Mans. Oh, yeah, it's on—Ferrari aims to enter the series in 2023 with an entirely new hypercar that will. Ferrari at Le Mans. Credit: Ferrari Richard Mille, President of the FIA Endurance Commission, added, 'We took a lot of risks developing the Le Mans Hypercar concept, and a lot of effort and perseverance went into defining the regulations so that they capture the spirit of what we wanted LMH to be - that is to allow for various philosophies. After a 48-year absence, Ferrari has announced it will make a return to top-flight endurance racing, competing in the Le Mans Hypercar (LMH) class. Its slated FIA World Endurance Championship (WEC. . Toyota, Glickenhaus, Peugeot, Alpine, Audi, Porsche, Acura. Just when you thought the flow of positive sportscar racing news was slowing down, Ferrari announces that it is committed to the Le Mans Hypercar category from 2023 onwards, as a full factory
Ferrari announced its Le Mans Hypercar programme in February, after several months of speculation. The team had openly said that it was examining the possibility and will now return to the Le Mans 24 Hours race on its centenary. Adding to its current tally of nine overall wins is undoubtedly the target Earlier this week Ferrari made a somewhat surprising announcement, laying out plants to return to endurance racing and the 24 Hours of Le Mans with a top-tier hypercar. That's big news because at. Ferrari is set to go against the likes of Toyota, Glickenhaus, Peugeot, Porsche and Audi, who have all committed to the Hypercar category. The new-for-2021 Hypercar category is where teams and drivers can compete for overall championship victory in the FIA WEC and at the 24 Hours of Le Mans. Ferrari has a long and illustrious racing history in. Ferrari should be able to contend immediately, especially with all the resources its spending on its Le Mans Hypercar program. The exact details about the program will be revealed at a later date.
Scuderia Ferrari has announced their return to Le Mans under the new Hypercar class regulations in 2023. The most decorated team in Formula 1 history will compete in the premier class of Le Mans. The FIA's Le Mans Hypercar class seems more likely than the IMSA/ACO Le Mans Daytona Hybrid, because Coletta says Ferrari will only enter a class where it gets to build its own chassis The announcement of Ferrari's commitment to the FIA World Endurance Championship with a Le Mans Hypercar entry from 2023 is great news for the FIA, the ACO and the wider world of motorsport, said FIA President Jean Todt who famously was also the head of Ferrari's F1 team when it was dominating the sport between 1999 and 2006
Ferrari Announces Le Mans Hypercar Entry, Will Compete In 2023 BY Michael Gauthier | Posted on February 24, 2021 February 24, 2021 Ferrari has become the latest automaker to announce a Le Mans. After a 50 year absence from top class sportscar racing, Ferrari is set to return as an official entry in the Le Mans Hypercar (LMH) category in 2023. Ferrari issued a statement earlier today confirmed that it has started development on an LMH car, something that has been rumored since the FIA and ACO announced the LMH class in 2018 Ferrari announced on Wednesday that it would be returning to the premier class of sportscar racing in 2023 by entering the Le Mans Hypercar class of the World Endurance Championship. The programme will see Ferrari embark on its first factory prototype campaign at world championship level since 1973, having last won Le Mans outright in 1965
Ferrari to join WEC with Hypercar from 2023. 24 February 2021. Ferrari has confirmed that it will enter into the FIA World Endurance Championship's (WEC) new Hypercar category from 2023, including 24 Hours of Le Mans. The Italian marque will return to the top class of endurance racing for the first time since 1973 Ferrari enters the Le Mans Hypercar era. Fifty years after its last official participation in the premier class of the World Sports Car Championship in 1973, Ferrari will take to the track in the Hypercar class of the FIA World Endurance Championship, which it proactively helped to establish Ferrari will return to the elite class of the fabled Le Mans 24 Hour Race in 2023 after announcing Wednesday their Hypercar entry in the World Endurance Championship. The iconic Ferrari racing car has been absent from the highest level of sports car racing, headlined by the Le Mans showpiece, since 1973 Last month, reports circulated on the internet about Valentino Rossi exploring a possible future racing career onboard race cars after he retires from MotoGP - Ferrari Le Mans race cars to be exact.. The rumor was that the The Doctor might be included in Ferrari's roster of drivers competing in the Hypercar class in the 2023 Le Mans 24 hours endurance race Ferrari's yet unnamed hypercar will be the first sportscar prototype by the manufacturer since the Ferrari 333 SP, which raced between 1994 and 2003 but didn't prove successful at Le Mans. The Italian squad has yet to announce any drivers for the hypercar programme but has a well-stocked factory driver roster
By 2023, Ferrari will be the fifth manufacturer in the Hypercar series alongside the likes of Peugeot, Audi, Porsche and Toyota. The Automobile Club de l'Ouest (ACO), which promotes the WEC, welcomed the return of Ferrari. Ferrari has a long and illustrious history in Endurance and at the 24 Hours of Le Mans Ferrari announces the start of the Le Mans Hypercar LMH programme that from 2023 will see the manufacturer enter the new top class of the F.. The Ferrari president this year will kick off the most famous endurance race in the world (21 August) by waving the flag. A prelude to the official return of the red from 2023 in the classic French Endurance World Championship, where it will go in search of the title in the new Hypercar category. That of the Prancing Horse at Le Mans is a story. Rendering. Ferrari has just announced that they will be competing in the Le Mans Hypercar (LMH) programme from 2023. Following a period of study and analysis, Ferrari has kicked off the development of the new LMH car to include in recent weeks the design and simulation phases
MotoGP's Valentino Rossi not a contender for Ferrari's new Le Mans Hypercar project; 'Valentino has fun with the GTs, maybe he could try in that class' Valentino Rossi has made no secret of his. A new generation Ferrari hypercar is on its way, with the Italian marque spotted carrying out testing on a new hybridised flagship due sometime in 2023. The new hypercar coincides with Ferrari's announcement that it will enter the Le Mans Hypercar class with a bespoke racer in the WEC, and cap reformed Ferrari range that has seen the traditional model structure reformed with new variants. Ferrari has won Le Mans nine times, with only Audi and Porsche ahead of them on the all-time wins list, its last win came in 1965. The new and as-yet unnamed Hypercar will be the first sportscar prototype built by the Scuderia since the Ferrari 333SP which raced from 1994 to 2003 The marque will make its first bid for outright honours with a works team at the 24 Hours since 1973 with a new Le Mans Hypercar as part of WEC campaign. Elkann, who is chairman of Ferrari, described the chance to start Le Mans as a truly exceptional privilege and one filled with emotion for me
Ferrari chairman John Elkann has been named the honorary starter for this year's 24 Hours of Le Mans. Elkann will wave the tri-colour flag at 4 p.m. on Sat. Aug. 21 to get the French endurance. Ferrari ( NYSE:RACE) informs that it will partner with AF Corse for its forthcoming Le Mans Hypercar program in Y 2023. The team will compete under the banner of Ferrari-AF Corse. The iconic Italian marque feels a continuation of its long-standing relationship with Amato Ferrari's team is the best way to prepare for its return to the Top tier. Kimi Raikkonen a potential candidate for Ferrari Le Mans drive with Hypercar in 2023. . Ferrari has announced that it will return to the Le Mans 24 Hours in 2023. . Ferrari have announced the start of a Le Mans Hypercar (LMH) programme from 2023 that will see them enter the new premier class of the World Endurance Championship FERRARI is entering the top rung of the FIA World Endurance Championship starting in 2023. The Maranello-based supercar maker announced that it is starting its Le Mans Hypercar (LMH). Ferrari is developing its LMH car and is in the design and simulation phases. The track testing program, the name of the car, and the drivers who will make up the official crews, will be announced in the future
Maranello joins Le Mans Hypercar programme From 2023, Ferrari will be in top new race class It already has 36 Le Mans victories to its name.. Ferrari announces the start of the Le Mans Hypercar (LMH) programme that from 2023 will see the manufacturer enter the new top class of the FIA World Endurance Championship. Following a period of study and analysis, Ferrari has kicked off the development of the new LMH car to include in recent weeks the design and simulation phases Ferrari announced today that it would join the top level of the World Endurance Championship (WEC) with a new hypercar, marking its first outright Le Mans 24 Hour contender since the 312PB in 1973
Foto: Ferrari. En un comunicado de prensa, la marca del cavallino rampante ha confirmado que está desarrollando un proyecto llamado Ferrari Le Mans Hypercar, con el cual competirán en la nueva y más alta categoría del campeonato FIA World Endurance Championship a partir de 2023 Ferrari has announced a factory Le Mans Hypercar programme allowing it to compete for overall honours at the 24 Hours of Le Mans in 2023. The Italian marque confirmed it will design, manufacture. As for rumored Ferrari and Porsche entries, there's been no official confirmation of anything yet from either brand. See more articles on 2021 24 Hours of Le Mans, Hypercars, Peugeot, and Toyota. More on FIA WEC. Peugeot 9X8 Hypercar Revealed; Alpine Reveals A480 for 2021 FIA World Endurance Championship and Le Mans Challeng
La Ferrari torna a Le Mans nel 2023: una hypercar per la 24 Ore. La casa di Maranello ufficializza il ritorno, dopo 50 anni, dal 2023 nella top class del Mondiale Endurance Fia Wec nella. Rivales en diversas categorías. Con el Ferrari Le Mans Hypercar, la marca italiana se une a otras grandes firmas como Peugeot y Toyota, quienes ya han presentado sus autos y que comenzarán con un año de ventaja.. La nueva clase de hiperdeportivos también ha atraído a pequeñas compañías a participar, por lo que veremos un número de entradas como hace muchos años no sucedía The announcement that Ferrari will return to the top class of the World Endurance Championship with a new Le Mans Hypercar in 2023 ignites memories of the first sparks of the relationship between Ferrari and endurance racing. Just two years after their first production car, two V12 Ferrari 166MMs entered in the 1949 24 Hours of Le Mans. The first Le Mans to take place after World War II Apr.1 - The head of Ferrari's sports car program is not ruling out a Le Mans seat for Charles Leclerc in 2023.. The Maranello marque announced recently that it will return to the top tier of Le Mans racing for 2023 in the new hypercar category
. Italian car manufacturer will build its own hypercar for the World Endurance Championship. Ferrari has announced its return to the FIA World Endurance. This year though, at least five Hypercars will be in the mix, and for 2022 they will be joined by two Peugeot 9X8 machines, plus at least one ByKolles Hypercar to see eight cars in the mix at the Le Mans circuit and in the WEC. via Racecar Engineering. With Audi, Porsche, and Ferrari, plus hopefully BMW coming into the fold for 2023, that's. The switch to the Hypercar rules have already tempted Peugeot, Porsche and Audi to return to Le Mans, ensured an extended effort by Toyota, and baited the Glickenhaus private team for a tilt at the challenge. But Ferrari at Le Mans is big. Very big Ferrari will return to Le Mans after 50 years. An announcement that is worth gold for the new Hypercar program launched by the International Federation and for the World Endurance Championship in general Ferrari is to partner with long-term collaborator AF Corse to manage the team that will work alongside its Competizioni GT department on the marque's Le Mans Hypercar (LMH) program. The team will compete in the World Endurance Championship (WEC) as Ferrari - AF Corse. Ferrari notes that its ongoing partnership with AF Corse has created nearlyRead Mor
Ferrari will return to the top flight of endurance racing with a hypercar entry in 2023, competing for outright Le Mans 24 Hours victory for the first time in 50 years, the Italian marque said on Wednesday. Ferrari last entered the top category at Le Mans in 1973 and rivals will include Toyota, Peugeot, Porsche and Audi among major manufacturers The 2020 Le Mans race is behind us, and now we look at the Y 2021 battle: for its 89th Edition, the 24-hr endurance race will see its Top tier revolutionized thanks to the introduction of the Le Mans Hypercar (LMH class). Ferrari has yet to express interest in this, so what you see is an independent rendering, aka unofficial, for inspiration Le Mans Hypercar and LMDh platform. The Hypercar (LMH) platform is a prototype, derived from an existing, road legal hypercar (at least 20 units) or vice versa. Toyota, for instance, will market a hypercar, based on their LMH prototype. The LMDh platform should be common to many teams, and exclusively built by Dallara, Oreca, Multimatic or Ligier Ferrari will make a return to the pinnacle of sportscar racing in World Endurance Championship with a new Le Mans Hypercar in 2023. Also making its public debut is the design static model of the Ferrari P80C the latest product of our One-Off programme which allows owners to create a truly unique of an existing Ferrari to build Le Mans Hypercar for 2023 WEC Aston Martin to end works Vantage sportscar team Racing lines: WEC's rules confusion is a threat to its credibilit
2 Oct 2019. So Le Mans and the World Endurance Championship has finally decided to embrace the so-called Hypercar rules for 2020/21. Confirmation of the long-rumoured plans will see the end of the. Ferrari has confirmed that it will enter the 2023 WEC season competing in the new Le Mans Hypercar class - the top class in world endurance racing. Ferrari has not competed for outright victory at Le Mans since 1973, with its sportscar racing programmes in recent times focusing on GT class racing. Its brief time in the Le Mans Prototype class in the 90s coincided with GT1 cars dominating the. Ferrari has announced the start of a Le Mans Hypercar (LMH) programme that from 2023 will see the manufacturer enter the new top class of the FIA World Endurance Championship (WEC).. Following a period of study and analysis, Ferrari has kicked off the development of the new LMH car to include in recent weeks the design and simulation phases. The track testing programme, the name of the car and. Dit jaar doen de LMH-auto's haar intrede in het FIA World Endurance Championship. Toyota heeft inmiddels de GR010 Hybrid geïntroduceerd. De bolides van Scude.. Ferrari has announced its return to the FIA World Endurance Championship (WEC) and the elite 24-hour endurance race, Le Mans, 50 years since it last competed. The Italian marque will construct its own factory hypercar to race in the top class of WEC, having already begun development through design and simulation phases
El campeonato Le Mans Hypercar de este año parece será interesante con Toyota, Scuderia Cameron Glickenhaus y una sociedad entre por Alpine y Signatech Racing. A ellos se les unirá Peugeot en 2022, mientras que Ferrari, Audi, Porsche y Acura ingresarán a la serie en 2023 While plenty of manufacturers race in Le Mans each year, not all of them go out of their way to design and produce a purpose-built racer for the series' top class—the hypercar class in 2020/2021