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    Ferrari’s AF Corse Team, Led by Robert Kubica, Secures 5th Place in WEC Debut

    In the thrilling debut of the World Endurance Championship (WEC) season, Ferrari’s AF Corse team, with Robert Kubica at the helm, clinched a commendable fifth place in the Hypercar class at the Losail International Circuit in Qatar. Despite encountering technical challenges, the team showcased resilience and promising performance.

    A Promising Start

    With three Ferrari cars on the grid, AF Corse, supported by sponsor PKN Orlen, entered the race with high hopes. Despite a modest qualifying session, Kubica swiftly propelled the team to a competitive position, setting the stage for an exciting race day.

    As the race unfolded, AF Corse battled fiercely, with Kubica leading the charge. Despite setbacks, including a pit stop for a damaged rear wing, the team showcased determination, steadily climbing the ranks.

    Fortune Favours AF Corse

    In a stroke of luck on the final lap, AF Corse capitalized on a competitor’s misfortune, securing a fifth-place finish, marking the highest among Ferrari teams and highlighting their potential for podium contention in future races.

    Amidst the intense competition, WEC emphasizes sustainability with eco-friendly racing initiatives. Teams utilize Excellium Racing 100, an FIA-certified fuel by TotalEnergies, derived solely from biomass, exemplifying a greener approach to motorsport.

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