Ferrari #51 wins the 6h of Fuji. Harassed by bad luck in the last races, Bruni and Vilander finally managed to turn the tables and AF Corse shortens the distance from the first in GT2 Team Trophy. To be updated read this post.
Amato Ferrari and its drivers Gimmi Bruni and Toni Vilander were awarded by Ferrari’s CEO Amedeo Felisa, for their results in last GT endurance season. Read about the event at Enzo Ferrari Museum.
At the 6h of Bahrain AF Corse conquered two of the three titles of the FIA World Endurance Championship 2014: Best Drivers (for Gianmaria Bruni and Toni Vilander) and Best LMGTE Pro Team. Wow! You rock guys.
Ferrari #51 couldn’t avoid the collision with a prototype car from LMP2 that has stopped for technical issues at the 6 hours of Shanghai. Drivers were both uninjured but Bruni regrets the point loss. That’s a bitter pill for AF Corse team to swallow.
It was a very tough race for AF Corse team at the 6 hours of the Americas. Ferrari #51 led by Bruni-Vilander gets the bronze but this is far from being enough for the champions. Check this post to read about the race.
Bruni-Vilander-Fisichella is the dream team that mastered Le Mans this year in the LMGTE Pro category. Le Mans is the most awaited and murderous race of the season. Double hours, double strenght, double glory!
After the difficult start at Silverston Ferrari #51 gets the podium and Francorchamps yields to the red domination and you know that red is Pakelo’s favorite colour. Don’t you?