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First Podium Finish Of The Year For ARN Ferrari 488 GT3 Super Taikyu –2017 Season

First Podium Finish Of The Year For ARN Ferrari 488 GT3 Super Taikyu –2017 Season Image Credit: Ferrari Media

 

The second race of the Super Taikyu 2017 season was held at the Sugo circuit last weekend. The ARN Ferrari collected the first podium finish of the year after having start from pole potion for the second race in a row with Hiroaki Nagai and Kota Sasaki

Attivita Sportive GT Motegi Racing Wheels Technical Partner Of Ferrari GT/ Pirelli World Challenge

Attivita Sportive GT – Motegi Racing Wheels as technical partner of Ferrari for GT and Pirelli World Challenge Image Credit: Ferrari Media

 

Ferrari has chosen Motegi Racing Wheels as technical partner for its GT sporting activities. A long-term agreement was signed on Saturday morning in the Ferrari motor home. At Monza for the signing, which took place at the prologue to the 2017 season that is due to kick off on 16 April at Silverstone, were the Chief Marketing and Commercial Officer Enrico Galliera, together with Chief Technology Officer Michael Leiters, and Jody Groce, President of Wheel Pros, the company that owns Motegi Racing Wheels.

Ferrari On Track With Three 488 GT3s At Misano Blancpain Sprint Cup

Ferrari On Track With Three 488 GT3s at Misano Blancpain Sprint Cup
 

  • Three Ferraris are due to start in two different categories

The Blancpain Sprint Series kicks off this weekend at the World Circuit Marco Simoncelli in Misano Adriatico.

Lucas Di Grassi Joins Ferrari For The Le Mans 24 Hours

WEC – Lucas Di Grassi joins Ferrari for the Le Mans 24 Hours Image Credit: Ferrari Media
 

Ferrari has reached an agreement with Lucas Di Grassi for the 24 Hours of Le Mans (14-18 June).

The 32 year-old Brazilian driver, who has already taken part in the French classic race on four occasions recording three podium finishes, will join James Calado and Alessandro Pier Guidi in the AF Corse team no. 51 488 GTE.

Ferrari On Track At Motegi With Two 488 GT3 Cars For The Super Taikyu Championship

Ferrari On Track At Motegi With Two 488 GT3 Cars For The Super Taikyu Championship  Image Credit: Ferrari Media

 

The new season of the Japanese Super Taikyu championship kicks off this weekend at Motegi. Two Ferraris will race, both in the ST-X class of this multi-category series.

An Eleven-Car Ferrari Battalion Ready To Fight At Misano GT Sports Club

An Eleven-Car Ferrari Battalion Ready To Fight At Misano GT Sports Club Image Credit: Ferrari Media

 

Twenty-six entries have been confirmed for the opening round of the 2017 GT Sports Club at Misano World Circuit Marco Simoncelli in Italy on April 1-2: eleven will be on Ferrari cars. Following two successful seasons, SRO Motorsports Group’s Bronze-only drivers series returns for its third campaign with an expanded calendar, great variety of modern GT machinery supplied by Ferrari and three more manufacturers.

Seven Official Ferrari Drivers To Race in 2017 Blancpain Endurance Cup

Seven Official Ferrari Drivers To Race in 2017 Blancpain Endurance Cup Image Credit: Ferrari Media


 The start of the 2017 Blancpain Endurance Cup is approaching and the season promises to be one of the most competitive ever. The Blancpain GT championship rankings combine the results of two sub-rankings, the Sprint Cup, starting this weekend at Misano, and Endurance Cup, kicking off on Aprile 23 at Monza, which also award the respective “discipline” cups, borrowing a term from Alpine skiing.

A Statement From Ferrari Chairman Mr. Sergio Marchionne

A Statement From Ferrari Chairman Mr. Sergio Marchionne Image Credit: Scuderia Ferrari Media 

 

It was about time. I am delighted for the team and for our tifosi who stood by us throughout this whole period. We’ve been waiting for this victory for almost a year and a half. Hearing the Italian national anthem again was very moving.

Raikkonen Fourth A Great Job From The Entire Team

Raikkonen Fourth  A Great Job From The Entire Team Image Credit: Ferrari Media


Ten years on from Kimi Raikkonen’s victory at Albert Park, Scuderia Ferrari has returned to winning ways in Melbourne, in the first race of the season. Sebastian Vettel crossed the finish line in first place after 57 laps, in a race whose key moment came on lap 23, when a perfectly executed pit stop for fresh tires saw him rejoin the track ahead of Lewis Hamilton in the Mercedes.

Scuderia Ferrari Sebastian Vettel SF70H Took Podium Australian Grand Prix

Scuderia Ferrari Sebastian Vettel SF70H Took Podium Australian Grand Prix Image Credit: Ferrari Media

 

Maurizio Arrivabene: “A good result today that could have been a great one if we’d managed to get Kimi on the podium too. When we launched the SF70H we referred to it as “Our Ferrari” and indeed today’s win reflects all the effort and hard work put in over the past few months, both in Maranello and at the track. As for Sebastian, he did a great job, as did the whole team in fact. It’s a shame that Kimi struggled in the early stages to get into the right rhythm. Our car went very well on track: it was well balanced and consistent performance from the tires meant we were able to adopt an aggressive strategy. This is only the first race of the championship: there are still 19 to go and we must maintain a high level of concentration at every Grand Prix, avoiding distractions and, already as from today, we are looking ahead to the next Grand Prix in China.”

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