Daniel Serra1984-03-24 (age 37)
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Ferrari has announced its drivers for the 2021 FIA World Endurance Championship season, with Daniel Serra replacing Davide Rigon in its two-car GTE Pro assault.
Ferrari has called up Daniel Serra to race for its factory GTE Pro squad in next weekend's Bahrain FIA World Endurance Championship season finale.
The straightline performance of the Risi Competizione Ferrari 488 GTE in the Rolex 24 at Daytona was so poor that it was a struggle to pass GT Daytona traffic, claims Davide Rigon.
Alessandro Pier Guidi says that his Motul Petit Le Mans GTLM victory in Risi Competizione’s Ferrari 488 GTE with James Calado and Daniel Serra will remain a special memory.
SUPER GT champion Nick Cassidy will make his Intercontinental GT Challenge debut in the Spa 24 Hours next month.
Ferrari has confirmed its GTE Pro line-ups for this year's Le Mans 24 Hours, with Sauber Formula 1 reserve driver Antonio Giovinazzi and Pipo Derani joining its roster.
Despite not winning the race, Serra confirms favoritism and wins the Brazilian Stock Car Championship
The Championship-leader's teammate, Ricardo Mauricio, "steals the scene" in this Saturday's qualifying
Serra confirmes favoritism in the first race and Atila wins the second race in Goiania
Daniel Serra makes his ninth pole position in Stock Car Brazil career and fourth in 2017 season
Daniel Serra and Ricardo Mauricio were the Sunday's protagonists
Thiago Camilo's team-mate, vice-leader of the Stock Car made his first pole of the season
In the double round held in Buenos Aires, Felipe Fraga wins the first race and Rubens Barrichello wins the second
Rubens Barrichello completed the podium in both races from this Sunday
Fraga won his third win of the season, while Attila won for the first time. Daniel Serra continues to lead
Felipe Fraga beat Daniel Serra to clinch sixth career pole position at Stock Car; championship leader will start in second position
Winner of the Million Race praised the team's work: "One of the best cars I've ever driven in Stock Car"
Le Mans 24 Hours GTE Pro winner Daniel Serra will contest the majority of the remaining rounds of this year's FIA World Endurance Championship with Aston Martin.
Aston Martin Racing boss David Richards said the last-lap decider of the GTE-Pro battle was always going to be “do or die” between his driver Jonathan Adam and Corvette Racing’s Jordan Taylor.
RCM's driver made the fastest lap with used tires, beating Attila Abreu and Daniel Serra, who had led the previous practice
Ipiranga Racing driver dominates Q3 and gets 16th pole of his career. Current champion, Felipe Fraga disappoints
Aston Martin Racing has added Richie Stanaway and Daniel Serra to its driver line-up for the 2017 edition of the Le Mans 24 Hours.
Packed grandstands at the home of the Brazilian Grand Prix saw a battle for the win and the title; rain mixed the field as Fraga crossed the line in 10th place to clinch the title; Rubens Barrichello finished the race in second place. Daniel Serra won in Red Bull’s farewell
The 21-year old only needs a 12th place to clinch the championship; Barrichello starts second aware of the difficult mission he faces this Sunday
Crowded grandstands, sunny Sunday and two heats filled with different strategies; Fraga now 37 points ahead in front with only one race to go
Felipe Fraga stays ahead in the championship, but his advantage dropped from 44 points to 29 over Barrichello
With three rounds remaining in the season, Felipe Fraga tries to extend his lead in the championship
Qualifying for the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship's 2016 finale at Road Atlanta followed practice form in the Prototype category, but there were surprises in other classes.
Olivier Pla put the Michael Shank Ligier on top for the fourth straight practice session at Petit Le Mans, as Ferrari 488s headed the GTLM class.
20-year-old matched the best lap in the end of the session. Allam Khodair, by only 0s048, got the second place
Second double-header of the season is held this weekend with teams already working on their pit stop strategies.
Red Bull driver starts ahead of competition for the fifth time at the calendar’s shortest circuit. Teammate Daniel Serra lies second ahead Ricardo Mauricio and Marcos Gomes
Scuderia Corsa claims narrow victory in GT-Daytona with the race debut of the new Ferrari 488 GT3
Jeff Segal scores GT-Daytona pole position, sets new course record, in competition debut
Reigning Champion relied on the experience of his co-driver to take the lead after the pit stop and cruised to the victory. Khodair/da Costa, Mauricio/Salas completed the podium.
Marcos Gomes, third and 11th this Sunday, mantains a 32-point margin gap in the lead. Interlagos hosts the ‘gran finale’, with double points
Push-to-pass saving was key in the strategy of the frontrunners at round nine
It was the fourth season pole position for the current leader of the standings; Allam Khhodair starts second
Heavy clouds and a rainy day set the tone for the first day of practice in Campo Grande for round 9. Daniel Serra and Allam Khodair set the pace on the wet track.
For the second time this season, the Shell Racing driver set the fastest lap on qualifying, closely followed by the Red Bull duo Cacá Bueno and Daniel Serra
Thiago Camilo completed his recovery from a horrific crash at Curitiba two weeks ago to win the ‘Million Reais Race’ Brazilian V8 Stock Car event for the third time in his career.
In southern Brazil during the winter, the heat went up on the track: two wild races with lots of overtaking and Cacá Bueno re-taking the championship lead.
Julio Campos won race two and got ahead of Cacá Bueno by only one point; Daniel Serra won race one but did not finish the second one.
A fierce battle for P1 on the grid has put 30 drivers within the same second at the 2.278 km-long racetrack in Southern Brazil.
Round two of the season was the first double-header of the year. Bueno made peace with victory after 20 months of his last; an emotional Tuka wins for the first time in his Stock Car career.
Round two of the championship takes place on the streets of Ribeirão Preto in the first double-header of the season.
45 thousand people packed the grandstand at the Ayrton Senna Circuit in Goiânia. Marcos Gomes/Mark Winterbottom came second with Allam Khodair/Antonio Felix da Costa third after a fierce battle with Cacá Bueno/José Maria López
Marcos Gomes and Australia’s Mark Winterbottom join them on the first row of the grid in the Race of the Duos, the opening round of Brazilian Stock Car Championship.