MacNeil and Musial Jr. paved the way in qualifying at Homestead
Trofeo Pirelli: Cooper MacNeil (Ferrari of Westlake) once more took pole as the only real entrant within the Trofeo Pirelli class with a 1:24.633, a full second higher than his nearest competitor. He was adopted by Marc Muzzo (Ferrari of Ontario) who took the pole in Trofeo Pirelli AM2 with a time of 1:25.660, an incredible end result that was hotly contested as Justin Wetherill (Ferrari of Central Florida) was solely 4 hundredths behind with a 1:25.700 and Watkins Glen standout Keysin Chen (Ferrari of Beverly Hills) took third an extra three hundredths behind. That led any competitor within the Trofeo Pirelli AM1 class which was led by Martin Burrowes (Ferrari of Ft Lauderdale) on a 1:25.827, besting a robust displaying from Jordan Workman (Ferrari of Central Florida) who crossed the road simply two tenths off the tempo set by Burrowes. Dave Musial (Ferrari of Lake Forest) rounded out the highest three within the class.
Coppa Shell: Dave Musial Jr. (Ferrari of Lake Forest) took one other pole place within the Coppa Shell class with a 1:26.203, besting his nearest competitor, Todd Coleman (Ferrari of Denver) by simply three-tenths of a second. It was an essential end result for Musial as he bested his nearest championship rival, Coleman, although as the 2 are each beginning on the entrance row guaranteeing sure fireworks Ian Campbell took third with a 1:26.869, an extra three tenths behind Coleman. John Cervini (Ferrari of Ontario) in the meantime took pole within the Coppa Shell AM class with a 1:27.421 besting Franck Ruimy (Ferrari of Beverly Hills) who was solely 4 tenths behind with a 1:27.829. Paul Kiebler (Continental Autosports) took the third spot within the class with a 1:28.124. Kiebler was additionally accountable for the only real drama of the session as a wheel concern compelled him to tug off to the facet in flip three as he waited to be rescued till the tip of the session.