Ferrari ‘proud’ of Bahrain WEC podium with third-best car

The Italian manufacturer closed out its first season in the Hypercar class with a third-place result in the Bahrain 8 Hours, with the #50 499P of Antonio Fuoco, Miguel Molina and Nicklas Nielsen securing the best-of-the-rest spot behind the dominant Toyota GR010 HYBRID LMH cars.Ferrari didn’t have the speed to keep up with the Toyotas or the Jota Porsche 963 LMDh out front as the race reached …Keep reading

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