A historic return, an exciting challenge, and a project that projects the company into the future of racing. All encapsulated in three letters: LMH. An acronym – Le Mans Hypercar – that describes a type of car, but not yet its name. For that, we need to wait a little longer.
However, the future waits for no one, and the new Ferrari is already on track preparing for the 2023 FIA World Endurance season when it will compete against rivals in the top class, the Hypercar.
Introduced in 2021 to replace the previous LMP1 class, it is the World Endurance Championship’s flagship class. It runs on the world’s most iconic circuits, and its top race is the legendary 24 Hours of Le Mans.
We chose to build a Le Mans Hypercar, embarking on a path of innovation and development. In so doing, we kept faith with our DNA that sees the track as the ideal terrain to experiment with cutting-edge technological solutions later adopted on Maranello-produced road cars.