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Fisico, Risi and BMW
« on: November 23, 2017, 12:10:32 AM »
An interesting and surprising item of news appeared this evening - BMW are apparently trying to get Fisico to join them.

I'm not really sure how that fits into Fisico's dreams and ambitions. However, the fact that Risi isn't yet guaranteed to be a full-season entry is probably not helping. Nor are the investigations into Kapersky in the USA (which could potentially jeopoardise his Blancpain entry, since they're sponsoring it). AF Corse is happy with its WEC drivers and is only allowed two cars per class, so that's not really an option either. Being a Ferrari driver is beautiful, but less so if you don't get to drive anything...

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Re: Fisico, Risi and BMW
« Reply #1 on: November 23, 2017, 12:43:31 AM »
Now if Fisico stays with Ferrari (which is what I hope happens), he'll get to race a new aero kit for the Ferrari 488 next year. Ferrari will introduce the Evo package on both its GTLM and GT3 cars. This will change the bumpers, splitter and floor, with the idea of improving driveability.

Either way, there's a very good chance that Fisico will be at Daytona. In which case his garage will be decided in a race at the end of the Roar Before the 24.

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Re: Fisico, Risi and BMW
« Reply #2 on: December 17, 2017, 10:11:38 PM »
BMW has announced its drivers for next year, and Fisico is not among them.

Thankfully this is one rumour that has turned out to have no foundation in fact. Looks like we can look forward to seeing Fisico in his beloved Ferraris for the forseeable future :)