Fuoco replaces Serra in Ferrari’s LMGTE Pro line-up
AF Corse Ferrari has today announced its drivers in the FIA WEC’s LMGTE Pro class with a change in the No. 52 Ferrari 488 GTE Evo line-up.
In the No. 51 car, the reigning world champions Alessandro Pier Guidi and James Calado will chase a third world title, unprecedented in the LMGTE Pro class. It will mark the fifth consecutive year that the Anglo-Italian pairing will share the wheel of the Ferrari 488 GTE.
Meanwhile, in the No. 52 car Antonio Fuoco will replace Daniel Serra in 2022 as the Italian joins Miguel Molina in the sister car.
All eyes on the 2022 @FIAWEC season!— Ferrari Races (@FerrariRaces) January 21, 2022
With just under two months to go before the 10th edition of the championship, it's time to present the crews of the LMGTE Pro class:
#51 @AFCorse - @JamesCalado51 & @Ale_PierGuidi
#52 AF Corse - @Anto_Fuoco & @MiguelMolinaM2 pic.twitter.com/BuXPacHZUL
After the Italian GT championship titles and his debut in WEC in the LMGTE Am class alongside Cetilar Racing, Fuoco will drive the Ferrari in the LMGTE Pro class for the first time.
Fuoco commented: “I’m very happy about this opportunity… it comes at the end of a path of growth in the world of closed-wheel racing from 2019 until today. I am happy to have this chance, and I hope to contribute to the team and Ferrari in 2022."