37 Ferrari 488 Challenge Evo cars are ready to take the green flag on what has been a rollercoaster of a season, having first begun in January at the 24 Hours at Daytona where the Ferrari 488 Challenge Evo made its North American debut.
Since then, the series has visited some of the most significant circuits in North America, including Road Atlanta, Indianapolis, Circuit of the Americas and of course Laguna Seca. All along the way, the Challenge series has lived up to its status as the largest single-make series in North America, sporting an average grid size of over forty cars, combined with a hospitality experience that goes beyond any other series on the continent.
Drivers Enthusiastic to Return to Laguna
With 37 cars set to compete and another eight lined up for Club Challenge participation, the Laguna Seca paddock will again be filled with Ferrari race cars. The famed California circuit has become a bit of a mainstay for the Ferrari Challenge series in North America with the series visiting every year since 2017 when the series chose it as the location for the first-ever race of the Ferrari 488 Challenge car. In 2019, not only did it host the Ferrari Challenge series, but it also was the home of Ferrari Racing Days, where the Challenge series was joined by the XX Programmes and F1…