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CETILAR RACING SET FOR THRILLING 24 HOURS OF DAYTONA

The countdown to the 2022 opening round is coming to an end as Cetilar Racing is set for a new big challenge in the IMSA Michelin Endurance Cup with the #47 Ferrari 488 GT3 Evo 2020 driven by regular drivers Roberto Lacorte, Giorgio Sernagiotto and Antonio Fuoco.

The 24 Hours of Daytona scheduled for this coming weekend (January 29th/30th) has had a first taste last Sunday with Roar before the Rolex 24, where Lacorte and newcomer Alessio Rovera – who joins the team in Florida – finished on P12 in the GTD class and secured the sixth row for the 24H.

The “Roar” let Rovera to become more familiar with the Amerian trioval as he was the only one of the four who never raced before on this track.

Once more and for the third year in a row, AF Corse supports the only all Italian team, creating a perfect partnership thanks key figures like manager Didi Cazzago, engineer Checco Ravera and many others.

The 2022 edition of the 24 Hours of Daytona – the first in the GT category for Cetilar Racing that took part last year with a Dallara LMP2 car – will preceed the Twelve Hours of Sebring, Six Hours of the Glen and Petit Le Mans, marking a new agreement with Italian Radio 24 that starts today.

The weekend action gets underway tomorrow, Thursday, 27th January, with three free practice sessions ahead of another one scheduled on Friday. The race will stat at 13.40 (local time) to finish the day after.

Source. Cetilar Racing/Photo. Fabio Taccola

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