The one-make series wrapped up its summer events in Connecticut.
The Ferrari Challenge Series was started up back in 1993, and as such this year’s series is being called the 20th Anniversary Series. This is even true of the North American series, despite the fact that this series didn’t actually start until 1994. The series is intended to give Ferrari owners a chance to race in a one-make series, and more specifically, it is open only to V8-powered Ferrari models. The series started with the 348 Challenge and since 2011 has been for the 458 Challenge.
This past weekend, the series came to Lime Rock Park, the Connecticut race track owned by Skip Barber. The overall win went to Onofrio Triarsi, a Trofeo Pirelli-class driver for Central Florida Ferrari who led the whole race. The series will be heading next to Mosport Park in Ontario, Canada before finishing up the season at Austin, Texas’s new F1 track in November. One-make race series like this one are almost always very hotly contested, and the 2013 season is no exception. It could still go to any of several of the drivers participating.