Le Mans 24 Hours – Discovering the Spirit of Race #55 488 GTE

1 June 2017

Le Mans 24 Hours – Discovering the Spirit of Race #55 488 GTE

Maranello, 1 June 2017 – The 24 Hours of Le Mans is among the best-known car races in the world, the race that all constructors, teams, and drivers want to win. Eleven Ferrari 488 GTEs will be racing, three in the GTE-Pro class, and eight in the GTE-Am class. The journey of Ferrari.com to discover the Prancing Horse crews competing at Le Mans goes on with the GTE-Am class, and specifically with car No. 55 of the Spirit of Race team driven by Duncan Cameron, Aaron Scott and Marco Cioci.
 
Cameron. Duncan Cameron started car racing quite late but immediately showed his ability. The Liverpulian driver is fast, makes few mistakes and is always highly motivated. He already raced at the Le Mans 24 Hours twice, while with the AF Corse team in 2016 and with Spirit of Race this year he has taken part in various championships such as the European Le Mans Series, the Blancpain Endurance Series, which he won in Pro-Am class in 2016, the International GT Open and the Biritsh GT Championship.
 
Cioci. Born on 26 September 1975, Marco Cioci is a successful Italian driver. He’s born in Rome and first started racing karts in 1988. He started racing on covered wheels in 2004. In 2008 season he took part in Italian GT Championship and the following year was second and then third in 2010. He’s a five-time winner of 6 Hours Vallelunga, won the Abu Dhabi Gulf 12 Hours and claimed 1st in the 24 Hours of Dubai. In the ELMS and on some races of the FIA WEC championship he has collected 4 pole positions, 16 podiums and 8 race wins from 2010–2016. In the WEC he has a record of 3 pole positions, 6 podiums and 3 race wins collected in three years. In 2016 he was on the podium in the ELMS at Spielberg, he also in the International GT Open and picked up 2 podiums at Spa-Francorchamps and Paul Ricard. In 2017 he’s part of team Kaspersky Motorsport in the Blancpain Endurance Cup alongside Giancarlo Fisichella and James Calado.
 
Scott. British driver Aaron Scott, born in 1977, won the 2011 British GT Championship at the wheel of a Ferrari and then made his way in endurance competitions, competing in the Blancpain championship in the Asian Le Mans Series and the Endurance Le Mans Series, where he is racing this season for the AF Corse team. This is his second Le Mans 24 Hours while in 2017 he has been involved by Spirit of Race in the European Le Mans Series chanpionship.