Ferrari Works Drivers to Participate in WEC Rookie Test
Ferrari works drivers will be among the notable names featuring in an upcoming rookie test for the FIA World Endurance Championship (WEC). The 18-car entry list for the test, scheduled for 5 November after the WEC finale at the same track, was released on Tuesday.
One of the drivers to take part in the rookie test is AF Corse Ferrari driver, Wadoux. This will be her second time behind the wheel of an LMH (Le Mans Hypercar), following her previous experience with the Toyota GR010 HYBRID.
Another notable driver participating in the test is Shwartzman, also a Ferrari works driver. Shwartzman has been making a name for himself in the single-seater racing world, including his recent performance in Formula 2.
The WEC rookie test provides an exciting opportunity for both Wadoux and Shwartzman to further develop their skills and gain more experience in endurance racing. It allows them to explore new techniques and strategies specific to this type of competition.
Competing on the same track that hosted the WEC finale adds an extra layer of significance to the test. With the season coming to a close, teams and drivers will be looking to end on a high note and use the rookie test as a stepping stone towards future success.
While the full entry list includes a total of 18 cars, the participation of Ferrari works drivers will undoubtedly draw attention from fans and enthusiasts alike. Their presence adds excitement and anticipation to an already thrilling event.
As the WEC rookie test approaches, motorsport fans eagerly await the opportunity to see talented drivers like Wadoux and Shwartzman in action. With their affiliation with Ferrari, they have the potential to make a significant impact and showcase their skills on the endurance racing stage.
The inclusion of Ferrari works drivers on the entry list is a testament to their capabilities and the recognition they have received within the racing community. It is an exciting time for both the drivers and their supporters as they gear up for this upcoming test.