Champions topped as Ferrari Problem concludes at Street America
Jason McCarthy (Extensive World Ferrari), Dave Musial Jr. (Ferrari of Lake Forest) and Lisa Clark (Ferrari of Beverly Hills) have been topped Ferrari Problem champions within the Trofeo Pirelli AM1, Coppa Shell and Women Cup classes respectively after unbelievable season-long efforts. In a day that was marked by mixable climate circumstances, these champions needed to train their guile and can to finish their championship cost with two races to spare.
Trofeo Pirelli: The Trofeo Pirelli race was marked by a small rain bathe that handed over the primary three corners of the circuit, necessitating using the security automotive for the primary two laps of the race. Jason McCarthy (Extensive World Ferrari) began the race from pole, however spent a lot of the race being carefully adopted by Brian Davis (Ferrari of Palm Seashore) and Enzo Potolicchio (Ferrari of Central Florida). Nevertheless, a late race incident between these two pressured them each out and dramatically altered the championship make-up within the Trofeo Pirelli AM2 class. However, the AM1 podium was accomplished by Jordan Workman (Ferrari of Central Florida) and Dave Musial (Ferrari of Lake Forest).
In Trofeo Pirelli AM2, the late race incident involving Brian Davis took him away from an almost sure victory, and importantly allowed the highest step to be occupied by Justin Wetherill (Ferrari of Central Florida) and second place to be claimed by Davis’ chief championship rival Keysin Chen (Ferrari of Beverly Hills) who would have in any other case misplaced important floor to Davis over the course of the weekend, however actually minimized the injury. John Horejsi (Ferrari of Vancouver) rounded out the highest three within the AM2 class.
Coppa Shell: Jeremy Clarke (Ferrari of Beverly Hills) returned to the highest step of the rostrum with a win in Sunday’s race at Street America. It was a cat and mouse affair, nevertheless, as Saturday’s winner Manny Franco (Ferrari of Lake Forest) led for a lot of the race earlier than succumbing to the strain Jeremy utilized, and working extensive at Flip 3 and finally ending second. The rostrum was accomplished by Benoit Bergeron (Ferrari of Quebec) who completed an extra 11 seconds behind Franco. However importantly, Dave Musial Jr. (Ferrari of Lake Forest) was in a position to end in fourth within the class, securing the required factors to make it inconceivable for his nearest challenger Todd Coleman (Ferrari of Denver) to shut the hole within the remaining races.
In Coppa Shell AM, John Cervini (Ferrari of Ontario) took one other win within the class whereas the rostrum was accomplished by Brett Jacobson (Ferrari of Houston) and Roy Carroll (Overseas Automobiles Italia).