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Alessandro Pier Guidi

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THE 2021 GT WORLD CHALLENGE EUROPE SEASON IN FACTS AND FIGURES

The 2021 Fanatec GT World Challenge Europe Powered by AWS season stretched over 177 days from its opening session through to the final chequered flag, visiting 10 circuits in seven countries for countless kilometres of racing.  In fact, they’re not countless: the total distance covered this year amounted to 7,823 kilometres, ranging from one-hour sprints … Continue reading

THREE FERRARIS LOOK FOR SUCCESS IN THE INDIANAPOLIS 8 HOUR

Ferrari will be looking to conclude its perfect championship season with a three-car entry as the GT World Challenge America concludes its 2021 campaign with Sunday’s running of the Indianapolis 8 Hour presented by AWS. AF Corse is seeking its 12th victory in 13 starts, with Jean-Claude Saada and Conrad Grunewald winning the Am title … Continue reading

IRON LYNX FERRARI CREW SECURES GT WORLD CHALLENGE EUROPE ENDURANCE CUP DRIVERS’ CROWN

The #51 Iron Lynx Ferrari crew of Alessandro Pier Guidi, Côme Ledogar and Nicklas Nielsen survived a nerve-wracking Fanatec GT World Challenge Europe Powered by AWS season finale at Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya to capture the Endurance Cup drivers’ title, while Team WRT snatched the teams’ championship during a dramatic closing stint.  In a race dominated … Continue reading

TWO FERRARIS TO LINE UP IN THE REMAINING ROUNDS OF THE INTERCONTINENTAL GT CHALLENGE

Two 488 GT3 Evo 2020s will line up for AF Corse, with the support of Garage Francorchamps, in the remaining two rounds of the Intercontinental GT Challenge. They will aim to secure the Prancing Horse a title still missing from its rich list of triumphs. After their victory in the 24 Hours of Spa-Francorchamps, which … Continue reading

DOUBLE TRIUMPH AT 24 HOURS OF LE MANS FOR FERRARI

The 89th edition of the 24 Hours of Le Mans, the oldest and most prestigious endurance race and the fourth round of the FIA WEC World Championship, was dominated by AF Corse’s 488 GTEs, which triumphed in the LMGTE Pro and LMGTE Am classes. Alessandro Pier Guidi, James Calado and Côme Ledogar at the wheel … Continue reading

FERRARI ON FRONT ROW FOR THE 24 HOURS OF LE MANS

The Ferrari 488 GTE #52 of Daniel Serra, Miguel Molina and Sam Bird will line up on the front row at the 89th edition of the 24 Hours of Le Mans. The six best-classified cars in each category in yesterday’s Qualifying Practice competed in the Hyperpole on Thursday to decide the starting grid. LMGTE Pro. In … Continue reading

24 HOURS OF SPA ROUNDUP

It was clear before the chequered flag had even fallen that the 2021 TotalEnergies 24 Hours of Spa would live long in the memory.  The final hour alone was worthy of the hype and expectation that surrounds such a big event. Alessandro Pier Guidi’s charge to victory was spellbinding, his final pass for the lead … Continue reading

IRON LYNX FERRARI TAKES 24 HOURS OF SPA GLORY IN UNFORGETTABLE FINISH TO 2021 RACE

An unforgettable 2021 TotalEnergies 24 Hours of Spa has been won by Ferrari after a faultless showing from Iron Lynx gave the Italian marque its first triumph in the Ardennes since 2004, ending more than a decade of German dominance.  The #51 car was consistently the fastest on-track in wet and dry conditions whether it … Continue reading

DIFFICULT SUPER POLE FOR FERRARI AT SPA-FRANCORCHAMPS

The fight for Super Pole, which involved the twenty fastest cars in yesterday’s qualifying, saw the two Iron Lynx Ferraris take thirteenth and eighteenth place on the grid. The session was held on a track declared wet due to a light downpour, with the drivers using slicks. Alessandro Pier Guidi and Davide Rigon took the … Continue reading

SEVEN FERRARIS LINE UP AT 24 HOURS OF SPA

The first free practice session kicked off the long week of the 24 Hours of Spa-Francorchamps, the most eagerly awaited and important race of the Endurance Cup season of the GT World Challenge Europe powered by AWS. Historically, this event is decisive for the title due to the double points awarded. Fifty-eight crews will start … Continue reading

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