At the shareholders’ meeting, Cavallino’s No. 1 player assessed the situation: “Fred Vasseur and the whole team are completely focused on coming back to win the championship.” At WEC: “We can’t wait to see you at Le Mans in June”
John Elkann He never backs down from World Championship goals Ferrari in the F1 World Championship. During today’s shareholder meeting at Cavallino, the boss announced the improvements from last season, which saw the second-place finish in the drivers’ and constructors’ standings and relaunched ambitions aimed at regaining the top lost since 2007. “In Formula 1, the last world championship saw an improvement in our competitiveness. However, our goal is – and always will be – to win the championship, and Fred (Vasseur; ed.) and the entire Scuderia team are focused on achieving that goal.”
Elkann then recalled the great interest given to the World Endurance Championship in which Maranello is back in force: “In 2022, we close out the World Endurance Championship season by winning the drivers’ and constructors’ titles and introducing the 296 GT3, the V6 engine that will replace the outgoing 488 GT3 , the car with more than 500 victories and which has gone down in history as Ferrari’s most successful racing car to date. In October we presented the 499B, Le Mans hypercar, last March, at 1,000 miles. From ‘Sebring’ marked the return of Ferrari – after 50 years – to the top class of the FIA World Endurance Championship. We are all looking forward to our return to Le Mans next June,” he added.
As for the industrial situation, Elkann emphasizes the excellent performance: “The launch of the 296 GTS and Purosangue has enriched the most diverse, complete and internationally appreciated product range in our history, guaranteeing a record number of orders until 2024”. Who Cavallino said again.
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