Le Mans » Fisichella: Ferrari LMP1 would be a dream


Giancarlo Fisichella says a Ferrari LMP1 entry would be “a dream” following his GTE PRO victory at Le Mans

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ZEDX

June 16, 2014 5:39 PM

Nice to see he's still doing well after the mediocre machine Ferrari gave him in F1 after his Force India efforts. At least he's in a winning team.. he's still young enough to handle an LMP1 car should Ferrari go that route sooner than later. .. I hope they do... WEC seems to have more relevance nowadays 'cos F1 looks like it's gone down a cul-de-sac!
Bet Kamui K wishes he'd stayed with Ferrari now.. could have been on the podium with Fisi !

sokudo

June 16, 2014 7:34 PM

theoldgitspeaks: What makes him think he's likely to be offered a drive, there are plenty of very experienced sports car drivers out there as well as F1 drivers and it is unlikely this will happen anytime soon anyway. Ferrari might like to do it but at the moment they are just playing politics to try and get some favourable (TO THEM) changes in F1.


Dude just won Le Mans for them. That's what might make him think he'd get a shot...

tommytrojan1

June 18, 2014 6:51 PM

theoldgitspeaks: What makes him think he's likely to be offered a drive, there are plenty of very experienced sports car drivers out there as well as F1 drivers and it is unlikely this will happen anytime soon anyway. Ferrari might like to do it but at the moment they are just playing politics to try and get some favourable (TO THEM) changes in F1.


Boy, who p*ssed in YOUR cornflakes this morning? Not only is he a tremendously experienced (winning) F1 and sportscar driver, he's won Le Mans twice now. Any anyway, he was mostly enthusiastic about the possibility of Ferrari making a return to top flight sportscar racing, something that all fans of motorsport would love to see, not necessarily angling for a drive. Why spoil this story by posting needlessly negative comments?

theoldgitspeaks

June 16, 2014 6:32 PM

What makes him think he's likely to be offered a drive, there are plenty of very experienced sports car drivers out there as well as F1 drivers and it is unlikely this will happen anytime soon anyway. Ferrari might like to do it but at the moment they are just playing politics to try and get some favourable (TO THEM) changes in F1.

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