Flörsch is promoted to the World Sports Car Championship
Sophia Flörsch will compete in the sports car world championship in 2021. She is back at Le Mans with a women’s team.
Tole news for Germany’s fastest racing driver Sophia Flörsch: The 20-year-old from Munich will be competing with a women’s team in the Sports Car World Championship (WEC) in 2021!
As in 2020, the operational team is the French Signatech squad, which won the WEC title in LMP2 in 2016 and 2019.
Flörsch meets F1 stars like Montoya
Sophia Flörsch will compete in the sports car world championship in 2021.
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Flörsch and her teammates meet top motorsport stars in the LMP2 class. Juan Pablo Montoya is there as well as Stoffel Vandoorne and Jan Magnussen. So far, nine teams with five former Formula 1 drivers have entered the LMP2. There is also Formula E champion Antonio Felix da Costa, for example.
Flörsch is looking forward to her first World Cup participation: “To have a team like Signatech with experienced engineers and mechanics behind us is incredible. That made it a lot easier for us as long-distance rookies in our first season. We all got along well and really enjoyed everything – especially at the Le Mans 24 Hours. ”
The WEC calendar 2020/2021
May 1st 6h from Spa
12./13. June 24h of Le Mans
July 18th 6h Monza
September 26th 6h from Fuji
November 20 6h from Bahrain