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.
Ferrari Challenge visits some of the most prestigious circuits throughout North America, rejoining the Formula One calendar at Austin in November.
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.
It was a complicated, difficult session for the Scuderia.
Boardwalk Ferrari’s No. 44 Ferrari 458 Challenge car competed well after nearly a three month break from racing.
Ferrari North America is hoping to leave Laguna Seca with two victories at the end of this weekend.
Mark McKenzie dominates Saturday’s race, while Ricardo Perez narrowly wins on Sunday.
The Boardwalk Ferrari team is ready for the challenges ahead at Sonoma Raceway.
The second race saw Australia's Steve Wyatt emerge victorious in the Trofeo Pirelli category while Indonesia's David Tjiptobiantoro did the double by winning the Coppa Shell again.
The race was part of a track programme that also included the excitement of the Formula 1 Clienti cars, overseen by Scuderia Ferrari.
Mike Hedlund will join Ferrari Challenge star Henrik Hedman in DragonSpeed’s assault on this year’s Pirelli World Challenge.