Ferrari Dominates First Practice Session at Fuji WEC
The first practice session of the Fuji World Endurance Championship (WEC) saw Ferrari take the lead, with Antonio Fuoco setting an impressive lap time of 1m35.649s in the #50 Ferrari 499P LMH. The sister #51 machine also showcased its speed, finishing 2.6 seconds behind.
Late improvement in track conditions contributed to the exceptional performance of the Ferrari team. As the grip level increased, Fuoco and his teammate demonstrated their skill and mastery of the circuit, leaving their competitors in awe.
Not far behind in third place was the #94 Peugeot 9X8, aiming to challenge Ferrari’s dominance. The two Penske Porsche 963s, representing the works team, secured fourth and fifth positions respectively. The home crowd celebrated as Toyota claimed sixth and seventh place with its two GR010 HYBRIDs.
Despite the intense competition, Ferrari’s commanding lead in the first practice session has set high expectations for the remaining sessions and the race itself. The team has evidently fine-tuned their strategy and car setup to ensure a strong performance, leaving their competitors trailing behind.
As the Fuji WEC continues, spectators eagerly await the next practice sessions to witness the fierce battle for the top spot. Will Ferrari maintain their dominance, or will another team rise to the challenge and claim victory? Only time will tell, but one thing is certain – the competition at Fuji WEC is heating up.