The scene is set in Interlagos for the final World Endurance Championship (WEC) race of the year, with four titles still up for grabs including the GT constructors. Ferrari leads it, 25 points ahead of Porsche, with Aston Martin now out of the running.
This is the first year the Finali Mondiali are being held at the Yas Marina circuit in Abu Dhabi. A spectacular backdrop against which the Ferrari 458 Challenge EVOs will thrill tifosi and enthusiasts in breath-taking wheel-to-wheel battles until the last corner.
Maranello, 26 November – A total of 75 drivers from 27 nations are en route to Abu Dhabi to bid for the three Ferrari Challenge series titles (Europe, North America and Asia-Pacific) and the World Champion crown in a race that will see all three groups competing on the same track.
Two time Formula 1 World Champion and winner of the Indy 500, Emerson Fittipaldi will be taking part in the Sao Paulo 6 Hours, the final round of the FIA World Endurance Championship next Sunday, 30 November.
Discovering the Prancing Horse theme park in Abu Dhabi
Vallelunga, 16 November – A fifth win at the Rome 6 Hours for Marco Cioci and Piergiuseppe Perazzini today at Vallelunga circuit.
Macao, 16 November –The Malaysian driver Weng Sun Mok is this year’s GT Asia Champion, driving the Clearwater Racing 458 Italia. It turned out that all Mok had to do in this weekend’s final race on the same card as the famous Macau Formula 3 Grand Prix was to finish…21st.
The Finali Mondiali are not just about competition, they are also about passion, emotion and fascination. Aside from the 458 Challenge EVOs, in fact, our F1 Clienti and the XX Programme cars will also taking to the track at Abu Dhabi.
Antonello Coletta (Head of Ferrari Racing Activity): – “This was another fantastic day for Ferrari as we won the race getting both our cars onto the podium, with Bruni and Vilander first and Calado and Rigon third.
Sakhir, 15 November– Gimmi Bruni and Toni Vilander are this year’s FIA World Endurance Champions in the LMGTE-Pro category.