Run under the scorching Texas sun, the series enjoyed another day of caution-free racing, and drivers took advantage of the daytime visibility and somewhat cooler conditions to set their best laps of the weekend.
Cooper MacNeil (Ferrari of Westlake) continued his streak of dominant performances, once again scoring a hat-trick of pole position, fastest lap and the race win under a scorching hot Texas sun at the Circuit of the Americas. Once again MacNeil didn’t put a wheel wrong on his way to victory by 18 seconds over the rest of the field. Further back, Ross Chouest (Boardwalk Ferrari) picked up yet another podium result, and was involved in a race-long scrap that saw cars from both the Trofeo Pirelli category and the Trofeo Pirelli AM category battling for overall position. Joe Rubbo (Ferrari of Long Island) and Jordan Workman (Ferrari of Central Florida) battled for much of the race, but an early incident earned Workman a penalty for incident responsibility, promoting Rubbo to third in class.
Trofeo Pirelli AM
Jason McCarthy (Wide World Ferrari) broke through and took his first win in the Trofeo Pirelli AM category, finishing in 2nd overall and four seconds ahead of his nearest competitor by four seconds. Jason was able to develop a bit of a lead in the early running…