Shwartzman Tests Ferrari’s Le Mans-Winning LMH Car at WEC Rookie Test
Last Sunday, Robert Shwartzman had the opportunity to test Ferrari’s Le Mans 24 Hours-winning LMH car at the official WEC rookie test in Bahrain. This came just over a month after his first victory in the GT World Challenge Europe series in Barcelona.
During the test, Shwartzman completed an impressive 30 laps behind the wheel of the #51 Ferrari 499P. The 24-year-old driver set the fastest time of the day, posting a remarkable 1m48.559s. This placed him at the top of the timesheets, outshining his competitors from Jota.
Shwartzman’s outstanding performance during the test further solidifies his readiness for a potential move to WEC Hypercar racing. The young driver expressed his confidence in his abilities and his desire to compete at the highest level of endurance racing.
The opportunity to drive Ferrari’s Le Mans-winning LMH car is a significant milestone in Shwartzman’s career. Testing such a prestigious vehicle demonstrates his growing reputation as a talented and promising driver in the world of motorsports.
With his recent victory in the GT World Challenge Europe series and now his impressive test performance, Shwartzman is undoubtedly making a name for himself in the racing world. As he continues to showcase his skills and determination, it won’t be surprising to see him achieve even greater success in the future.