The shock of the new will arrive in a fresh era of global endurance racing in the Rolex 24 at Daytona this weekend, as new cars from Cadillac, Porsche, BMW and Acura hit the track!
The big guns are already out before the new Porsche and Cadillac models make their WEC debuts at the 1000 Miles of Sebring in March.
Then they cross the Atlantic for Europe’s first look at Portimão on April 15-16 where they will join Toyota, Ferrari and Peugeot in the most stellar field assembled in years.
Not only the cars but also the drivers! And look how the stars…shine for you!
The big established names are everywhere in the 2023 WEC edition…Giovinazzi, da Costa, Villeneuve, Kobayashi, Vergne, Bamber…As well as bright new stars of tomorrow…….Nielsen, Jensen, Wadoux, Bouvy, Pin and Pierson.
Lilou Wadoux, who will compete in this year’s FIA WEC with Richard Mille AF Corse as the first official female Ferrari Competizioni GT driver.
The 21-year-old will drive the No. 83 Ferrari 488 GTE Evo where she will join Argentina’s Luis Perez Companc plus one other driver which is still to be confirmed.
Wadoux is a rising star in the international endurance racing scene after first making a name for herself in the Alpine Elf Europa Cup championship. In 2022, she debuted in the WEC in the LMP2 class with the Richard Mille Racing Team. She was selected to compete in the championship’s official rookie test and in November became the first female to drive a Hypercar when she tested the Toyota GR010 Hybrid in Bahrain.