Alessandro Pier Guidi has been announced as a factory Ferrari driver for the 2017 WEC season, replacing Porsche-bound Gianmaria Bruni
RGR Sport by Morand’s absence from the WEC in 2017 is mainly down to the economic situation in Mexico and team owner’s Ricardo Rodriguez’s own business commitments.
Robert Kubica will team up with Oliver Webb and a yet-to-be-confirmed third driver for the 2017 FIA World Endurance Championship and 24 Hours of Le Mans.
Twenty-eight cars have been announced as full-time entrants for the 2017 FIA World Endurance Championship, four fewer than in 2016.
Speaking to The Checkered Flag, David Brabham has revealed he has been forced to change direction with his plans to revive the Brabham name in motorsport due to the reluctance of investors to invest.
Julien Canal and David Heinemeier Hansson complete Rebellion Racing’s two-car roster for the 2017 World Endurance Championship.