Triarsi Competizione will make its Rolex 24 at Daytona debut next month with the new Ferrari 296 GT3 and a lineup involving two of the Italian marque’s factory drivers.
The Florida-based based team raced in Fanatec GT World Challenge America powered by AWS this year but will add the IMSA Michelin Endurance Cup to its 2023 program.
Ferrari factory drivers Alessio Rovera and Andrea Bertolini will join Triarsi for its GTD entry into the Daytona season-opener and will share the team’s recently-delivered 296 GT3 with Onofrio Triarsi and Charlie Scardina.
Rovera, who has LMP2 and GT3 experience, previously linked up with Scardina and team principal Triarsi for the Indianapolis 8 Hour in October.
The 27-year-old Italian made his Daytona debut in the 2022 edition with Cetilar Racing, which has recruited Alessandro Balzan for its entry into the Florida 24-hour classic with Ferrari’s new 296 model.
Experienced test and race driver Bertolini is set for his first IMSA appearance since the 2019 Rolex 24 when he joined Via Italia Racing for a one-off.
Triarsi Competizione plans to continue in GTWC America and Ferrari Challenge alongside its new Endurance Cup commitment. Only the Daytona driving squad has been confirmed for the latter program so far.