Ferrari Problem completes Homestead spherical
The North American opponents of the Ferrari Problem championship accomplished its fourth spherical beneath the warmth and humidity of South Florida at Homestead-Miami Speedway. With over 40 vehicles entered within the weekend and drivers joined by a whole lot of visitors, relations and purchasers, the drivers reveled in a weekend that introduced the sequence one step nearer to an exhilarating conclusion.
Trofeo Pirelli: Cooper MacNeil (Ferrari of Westlake) continued his inexorable march in direction of perfection with one other total win in Trofeo Pirelli on Saturday. In a lights-to flag win, MacNeil was solely troubled briefly within the opening moments as Jordan Workman (Ferrari of Central Florida) confirmed good tempo early within the 30-minute contest. On the finish, nevertheless, it was not sufficient and MacNeil eased away to a 13-second margin on the finish. Workman, nevertheless continued to run second total and in the end gained the Trofeo Pirelli AM1 class, besting Dave Musial (Ferrari of Lake Forest) and Martin Burrowes (Ferrari of Ft. Lauderdale) in third.
In AM2, Justin Wetherill carried on from a powerful qualifying session to earn the win and third total. He led Keysin Chen (Ferrari of Beverly Hills) and Marc Muzzo (Ferrari of Ontario) who completed second and third respectively.
Coppa Shell: Michael Watt (Ferrari of Atlanta) took a wild win within the Coppa Shell class after dramatic misfortune befell Todd Coleman (Ferrari of Denver) within the waning moments of the 30-minute contest. That promoted Dave Musial Jr. (Ferrari of Lake Forest), Watt and Ian Campbell (Ferrari of New England), all of whom had run largely nostril to tail for the opening section. Because the race progressed nevertheless, and the tires started to indicate their put on, Campbell made a mistake whereas pushing for second, spinning off and selling Chris Aitken (Ferrari of Houston).
In the meantime, on the entrance Watt and Musial Jr. continued their race-long scrap and whereas Musial Jr. was clearly dropping rear traction, Watt preserved his rears on the expense of his fronts and rode that benefit to the entrance. Musial Jr. took second and Aitken rounded out the highest three. In Coppa Shell AM John Cervini (Ferrari of Ontario) took one other win within the class, besting Franck Ruimy (Ferrari of Beverly Hills) and Lisa Clark (Ferrari of Beverly Hills) who completed second and third respectively.