In 2019 and 2020, continuing in the WEC, Davide also stayed with Scuderia Ferrari as a simulator driver. Over the years, he has distinguished himself in this role with his professionalism and commitment. For the past two years, he has continued to drive the virtual Formula 1 car and compete on the track in GT competitions. In 2021, Rigon focused on the GT World Challenge Europe programme racing for Iron Lynx along with rookie Callum Ilott and Antonio Fuoco. The season of the driver from Thiene was interrupted by an accident in the 24 Hours of Spa-Francorchamps from which he has fully recovered. Back on the track for the last race of the Italian GT Championship, Davide kicked off 2022 by winning the 4 Hours of Dubai in the Asian Le Mans Series with Rinaldi Racing and finishing second in the legendary Daytona 24 Hours at the wheel of Risi Competizione’s 488 GT3 Evo 2020. Rigon’s season will continue with his involvement in the GT World Challenge and the European Le Mans Series for Iron Lynx.
Davide Rigon claimed his first career title in America, in the IMSA Endurance Cup, alongside Daniel Serra. The Italian enjoyed a successful season in GT WC Europe and ELMS. Davide also racked up many miles at the wheel of the 296 GT3 and the 499P.