Ex-F1 driver Giancarlo Fisichella rejoins AF Corse for Le Mans

Three-time grand prix winner Giancarlo Fisichella will rejoin the factory AF Corse Ferrari team for next month's Le Mans 24 Hours

Ex-F1 driver Giancarlo Fisichella rejoins AF Corse for Le Mans

The Ferrari-contracted driver, whose main 2015 programme is with Risi Competizione in the Tudor United SportsCar Championship, will again drive with Gianmaria Bruni and Toni Vilander in a bid to repeat their GTE Pro victory of 2014.

Olivier Beretta, who will be making his 20th Le Mans start, again races alongside Davide Rigon and James Calado in the team's second Ferrari 458 Italia entered in the Pro class.

Fisichella and Beretta's confirmation comes with the publication of the full entry list for the double points round of the World Endurance Championship at Le Mans on June 13/14.

View the full 2015 Le Mans entry list

Kazuki Nakajima is listed in the #1 Toyota TS040 HYBRID, but a decision will be made on his participation ahead of the Le Mans Test Day on May 31.

Ho-Pin Tung joins the French Pegasus LMP2 squad to drive its Morgan-Nissan EVO with David Cheng, with whom he won last year's Asian Le Mans Series title, and Leo Roussel.

Briton Alex Kapadia will make his Le Mans debut with the Taiwanese AAI Porsche GTE Am team.

He will share its 997-shape 911 GT3-RSR together with Jun San Chen and Xavier Maassen in the car that will be run by the Belgian ProSpeed squad.

Mike Parisy and Gilles Vannelet join Han Chen Chen in the team's 991 Porsche.

The British JMW Ferrari team has confirmed Kuba Giermaziak, Micheal Avenatti and Abdulaziz Turki Alfaisal in its 458.

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