The driver from Tortona then enjoyed an extraordinary 2021 that saw him win the world’s most important championships and races. World Champion alongside James Calado for the second time in his career, Pier Guidi triumphed at the 24 Hours of Le Mans and the 24 Hours of Spa-Francorchamps in less than a month. This was crucial to his retaining the GT World Challenge Endurance Cup title. Never before had a driver won the laurel two years in a row. Success in Belgium also opened the door for Pier Guidi to take the Intercontinental GT Challenge title, a championship Ferrari had never previously won. In 2022, the Italian will compete in the World Endurance Championship while at the same time developing the new GT3 and LMH.
Alessandro Pier Guidi retained his World Endurance Championship title alongside James Calado in a season made intense by the development of the 296 GT3 and the 499P. This result gives him three world titles, placing him among the greats of motor racing.