The 2014 edition of the 24 Hours of Le Mans is now in the history books, and already rumors are swirling about the future of the event. After winning the GTE Pro Class at the weekend, the latest buzz is that Ferrari might be planning a return to the top class at Le Mans. Even more intriguing is the suggestion that the legendary team would leave Formula 1 to mount the full-on attack. In a Wall Street Journal report, Ferrari chairman Luca di Montezemolo has voiced his displeasure with the current state of F1 and talked about the potential of sports car racing. The presence of Fernando Alonso as the starter at Le Mans this weekend hasn’t helped to dispel the rumors either.
While there’s no official word on the company’s future racing plans or whether they would actually leave the F1 grid – this move would certainly shake up the motorsport world in a big way.
So tell us, would you like to see Ferrari competing with Porsche and Audi at Le Mans, or should the legendary red cars stay in Formula 1 forever?