Amidst the clouds and wet terrain, 29 drivers in the 458 Challenge EVOs raced in one of the most exhilarating races to open the 2015 season.
Max Blancardi and Ricardo Perez (Team Ferrari of Houston) are the new world champions of the Ferrari Challenge Trofeo Pirelli Pro and Am categories.
Thirty-three Ferrari 458s do battle.
Quiet weekend at Circuit of The Americas in Austin is enough to secure Coppa Shell championship for Ruud
Emmanuel Anassis sweeps Trofeo Pirelli weekend for second straight time this season.
Canada brings frustration, while Road America brings podiums.
Sixth event of the season draws field of 27.
Emmanuel Anassis of Ferrari of Quebec took his victory in the Trofeo Pirelli class.
At Watkins Glen, no. 63 Scuderia Corsa Ferrari 458 Italia rebounds from two laps down to finish fifth.
Canadian drivers win in their home country
Ricardo Perez, who started today’s race in pole position, was the winner and continues to lead the series with the overall drivers’ points.
The second race of the weekend will go green tomorrow at 1:50 PM EST.
Ruud and Herjavec score in the Coppa Shell class
Harry Cheung scores first victory of the year on Saturday and Perez’s victory on Sunday is his second of the year.
Laguna Seca was good to the Scuderia Corsa team, taking home three wins from three poles.
Daniele Di Amato overhauls Baron in the championship.
Winning the Trofeo Pirelli Pro and taking the overall victory was Austria’s Philipp Baron of the Octane 126 team.
Boardwalk Ferrari’s No. 44 Ferrari 458 Challenge car competed well after nearly a three month break from racing.
Mark McKenzie dominates Saturday’s race, while Ricardo Perez narrowly wins on Sunday.