Marco Werner drives historic Ferrari and Lotus

The Modena Trackday in Zolder, Belgium, took place this year in bright sunshine. Exclusive, like the Modena Motorsport Trackday, is hardly possible. About sports and GT cars, it went back to the 50s and that with Ferrari Formula 1 cars. from Graf Berghe of Trips Dino Ferrari to Jean Alesis Ferrari F1 from the 90s was much represented.

With him, Marco Werner, who moved a 1974 Ferrari 312 B3. No less like Niki Lauda drove the car in the 70s. Shortly after Niki Lauda’s death, the car was the most interesting for most viewers. “Being able to move a car is always something special,” said three times Le Mans winner Marco Werner, “but now it was something very emotional for everyone involved.” Even Jacky Ickx, six times Le Mans winner, did not miss it and got himself in the Formula 1 again. He had already driven this chassis (# 10) in the 73er season.

Marco Werner did a few test laps in the Ferrari, finishing third at last year’s Historique Grand Prix in Monte Carlo. “Unfortunately I only sat in this car twice. And that always at the Monaco Historique GP. More driving experience would be good, so I am happy about a few laps in the Ferrari” said Werner.

From Zolder Marco Werner drifts in the evening to the south. There was already ready the Lotus 22, which Werner competed in Dijon in the FIA ​​Lurani Formula Junior Trophy. For the first time in Dijon, he placed the Lotus on the seventh starting position. He finished the race in sixth place. “No chance in terms of our top speed,” said Werner after qualifying, “17th in the top speed … There is still too much missing. But no matter, I’m here to have fun.”

Fotocredit Oliver Hartmann and Dirk Dekens