Ferrari museum allows visitors to view drivers competing in #LeMans24Virtual
From Wednesday 10 June, the Ferrari museum in Maranello will host a special installation to allow visitors to follow the drivers competing in the first ever 24 Hours of Le Mans Virtual.
A box will be recreated in which visitors can view the official drivers of the No. 51 No. and 71 Ferrari 488 GTE cars, as well as the two FDA Hublot Esport Team drivers of car no. 52, in action driving the simulators set up inside the museum. Charles Leclerc and Antonio Giovinazzi will participate remotely.
Competizioni GT technicians and engineers will also be present to help select optimal race set-ups and strategies.
This unique opportunity will bring the legendary 24 Hours of Le Mans to Maranello allowing fans and enthusiasts to experience it in complete safety and in full compliance with the social distancing regulations already implemented by all Ferrari Museums since they reopened last month.
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