2015 Ferrari Challenge calendar revealed

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The Ferrari Challenge cars race towards the first corner in one of the Asia- Pacific events

The Ferrari Challenge cars race towards the first corner in one of the Asia- Pacific events

Everything is ready for the 2015 Ferrari Challenge Trofeo Pirelli, the longest-running single-marque racing series in world, has announced the schedule for its 2015 season.

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For this year, drivers who entered in the 2014 championship will be back fighting on track, with their usual wheel to wheel antics, in the three existing series; the longest running European, the North American and the newest addition, the Asia-Pacific race.

There will be 19 rounds on this year’s Ferrari Challenge calendar, held on four continents, all leading to an amazing weekend of racing which is the Finali Mondiali.

For the North American series, there will be a full grid of 458 Challenge EVOs will race at seven renowned tracks across the United States and Canadian borders.

Now in its 22nd year, the North American Ferrari Challenge will kickoff the year as a support race to the Tudor United SportsCar Championship Rolex 24 at Daytona International Speedway on January 21-25.

After a short break, the season will resume again in Florida at the notable Homestead-Miami Speedway on March 6-8. From there, the series will travel to northern California and race at Sonoma Raceway on April 24-26.

Three Canadian rounds will follow during the summer, first in conjunction with the Formula 1 World Championship at Circuit Gilles Villeneuve on June 5-7. The following month on July 24-26, the Ferrari Challenge will make its return at the Canadian Tire Motorsports Park in Toronto, Ontario. The sixth round will return to Le Circuit Mont Tremblant in Quebec on September 11-13.

The North American Ferrari Challenge champions will be named on October 29-November 1 at Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca when the Ferrari Challenge, XX Programs and F1 Clienti come together for the annual Ferrari Racing Days.

Competitors from both the European and Asian series will get to drive on some of the most famous circuits in the world, such as Monza, Mugello, Imola and Paul Ricard in the European series; and Shanghai, Fuji and Sepang for the Asian races.

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