After winning at Le Mans for the first time in 58 years, Ferrari CEO Benedetto Vigna has reiterated that the marque’s commitment to Formula 1 will not change as a result.
The #51 AF Corse 499P piloted by Alessandro Pier Guidi, James Colado and Antonio Giovinazzi took a sensational victory at the Circuit de la Sarthe in a fiercely competitive battle against other Hypercar machinery.
Ferrari’s win at Le Mans was a first for the manufacturer since 1965.
Speaking after the triumph, Ferrari CEO Benedetto Vigna told Eurosport: “It once again demonstrates that Ferrari is unique and that we make unparalleled cars. It is a unique car.