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May 07, 2014 AT 5:15 AM
It didn’t take long for Ferrari to make up for the disappointment of the opening round at Silverstone of the FIA WEC (World Endurance Championship) today at Spa-Francorchamps. This time, world champion, the Italian “Gimmi” Bruni and Finland’s Toni Vilander left their rivals in no doubt in the battle for LMGTE Pro honours from start to finish. They crossed the line to give Ferrari its eleventh endurance win in the Ardennes. Only once did car 51 lose the lead, but it was all part of the strategy and down to pitting at a different time to its main rivals. In fact, Bruni had no problem keeping his pursuers at bay, led for a long time by the other AF Corse 458 Italia GT2, in the hands of the young crew of James Calado and Davide Rigon.