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This will be the great event of Endurance in 2023: the return of Ferrari officially to the premier category of Endurance, 50 years after their last entry. From 1974, the Scuderia had given up Le Mans to concentrate its resources on Formula 1 and the Ferraris seen in the 80s (512BB LM) and 1990 (333sp) were not official projects.
In camouflage, the Ferrari Hypercar, whose name and technical specifications are not yet known, was filmed rolling on the Fiorano track for the first time, in the hands of drivers Alessandro Pier Guidi and Nicklas Nielsen. As the first teaser image unveiled at the time of the 24 Hours of Le Mans suggested, the prototype will have a large plunging front bonnet and very slender horizontal optics reminiscent of the design of the latest Maranello supercars such as the SF90 Stradale.
The aerodynamics is obviously very advanced. Note at the rear that the large spoiler has an additional second horizontal plane compared to the competition and that the rear diffuser is also flared. On the sound side, we hear a hoarse sound. Could it be V6, just to stick to F1 technology and also to the new 296 GTB?
Some videos are available on Youtube, like herein order to also take advantage of the melody of the engine whose power cannot exceed 680 horsepower, in order to have a level comparable to that offered by the LMDh prototypes.
Ferrari has completed the first laps of its Hypercar, which will mark the return of the prancing horse in 2023 at the 24 Hours of Le Mans and in the World Endurance Championship, 50 years after the last official entry.