Ferrari unveils new 499P Hypercar livery for 2024 WEC

Ferrari has unveiled the new livery of its Le Mans-winning 499P Hypercar that will contest this year’s World Endurance Championship.

The Italian manufacturer’s Hypercar squad is set to embark on its second season in the WEC, fielding once again two cars in partnership with AF Corse in the endurance series that will kick off in Qatar on March 2.

As its 2023 predecessor, the new scheme blends Ferrari Rosso with the company’s traditional Giallo Modena, a design originally penned to celebrate the heritage of the Ferrari 312 PB, the last prototype to compete in the world sports car championship in 1973 before the manufacturer’s 50-year retreat from the top endurance class.

Like last year, Ferrari’s number 50 and 51 entries will be crewed respectively by Antonio Fuoco, Miguel Molina, and Nicklas Nielsen, and by Alessandro Pier Guidi, James Calado, and Antonio Giovinazzi.