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article imageFerrari considering return to Le Mans racing in 2015

By Layne Weiss     Aug 9, 2013 in Technology
Le Mans - According to rumors, Ferrari may be returning to Le Mans racing with a fully fledged LMP1 prototype in as early as 2015.
Last month, Scuderia Ferrari CEO Stefano Domenicali hinted that the newly developed F1 engine may be used for "some interesting projects", Autoblog reports.
Ferrari has been successful in Le Mans Racing, but has not won the big endurance outright since 1965. The company has a total of nine wins, the third most wins overall behind Porsche and Audi.
If the rumors are true and Ferrari does return to Le Mans in 2015, the LMP1 class will be teaming with competitors from Audi, which has dominated the race since 2000. Toyota entered the race in 2012 following the exit of Peugeot, and has continued to develop its TS030 Hybrid LMP1 car while Porsche is developing a a new LMP1 car that will compete at next year's race.
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