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Ferrari and Porsche come together at Spa

©Endurance-Info Just a week after the opening round of the WEC at Sebring, Ferrari and Porsche were hard at work last weekend at Spa-Francorchamps under what looked like typically inclement Belgian weather. The two Hypercar power houses – or rather their affiliated teams AF Corse and Penske – wisely came together to share the cost of renting the Belgian circuit to grind around the Ardennes circuit and continue their testing programmes. The WEC will resume on April 16 at Portimao before Spa hosts round #3 on April 29. 
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