Thomas Biagi will take part to Le Mans 24 Hours driving Ferrari F430 The "longest" challenge "Le Mans 24 Hours is one of the world's most fascinating and prestigious races and I coludn't miss it! It will be my personal second presence, ...
Thomas Biagi will take part to Le Mans 24 Hours driving Ferrari F430
The "longest" challenge
"Le Mans 24 Hours is one of the world's most fascinating and prestigious races and I coludn't miss it! It will be my personal second presence, the first time was in 2004 with Ferrari 575. This year I'll be honoured to be at the wheel of a Ferrari F430, alined by my team AF Corse; I want to thank everyone for giving me the chance to feel the emotions of this so hard as fascinating race".
Thomas next challenge on the historical Sarthe Circuit will take place next 14th - 15th June. A considerably professional team for this epic race: the title holders of FIA GT will be at the wheel of car n. 78 of AF Corse racing stable: Thomas Biagi for GT1 and Toni Vilander for GT2. Together with them Christian Montanari, the fast from Sanmarino, Thomas new car mate in 2008 Championship, where they are now ranked second after two races.
In the pre-qualifications of the first weekend of June, the three got the fifth best performance in GT2 category, despite race-proofs were held with lasting bad weather. The race - organized by the Western Automobile Club (ACO) - is disputed since 1923, apart for some exceptions, on the 13 kilometers long non permanent track even on ordinary country roads.
Next weekend (14th - 15th June) sporting focus will move to Le Mans, with a strong mediatic covering all over the world; Italy will be there with the live broadcasts of Eurosport and Nuvolari channels.