Two-time Endurance Cup champion Côme Ledogar has switched from Ferrari to Porsche for 2022 by joining Italian outfit Dinamic Motorsport.
The French ace clinched last year's Endurance Cup drivers' title and overall victory at the TotalEnergies 24 Hours of Spa as part of the Iron Lynx squad, adding to the championship he earned driving a Garage 59 McLaren in 2016.
This season he will look to triumph with yet another manufacturer when he joins the established duo of Matteo Cairoli and Klaus Bachler in a Dinamic-run Porsche. Bachler was part of the team's maiden Endurance Cup programme in 2019 before returning in 2021, while Cairoli enters his third straight year as a Dinamic employee.
The Reggio Emilia-based squad enjoys a strong record in Fanatec GT World Challenge Europe Powered by AWS competition, having famously won its debut event at Monza in 2019 before earning further wins in 2020 (Nürburgring) and 2021 (Monza). It also added a Sprint Cup programme last term, taking a best finish of fifth in the season-closing racing.
Ledogar is set to join his new teammates on-track at the official Fanatec GT World Challenge Europe Powered by AWS test days, which take place at Circuit Paul Ricard on 7-8 March. The Endurance Cup campaign kicks off at Imola on 1-3 April before visiting Circuit Paul Ricard (3-5 June), the TotalEnergies 24 Hours of Spa (28-31 July), Hockenheim (2-4 September) and Barcelona (30 September-2 October).