...this incredibly rare opportunity for owners of high performance street cars to join in the fun...
New Orleans, Louisiana (PRWEB) February 09, 2014
The 2014 Challenge Club Racing (CCR) Forza Challenge championship season begins at the legendary Circuit of The Americas in Austin, Texas on March 1st and 2nd.
The Circuit of The Americas, the only Formula 1 track in the United States, will host two days of racing classic Ferrari Challenge race cars. New this year will be the opportunity for owners of Ferrari street cars and other high performance street cars to drive on the COTA track in high performance drivers education sessions during the race weekend.
The past four seasons of CCR racing have built tremendous momentum for the league as it starts the 2014 season with over 120 league members. The six-race schedule has regularly fielded more than 30 entries as the owners of former factory Ferrari Challenge Series cars drive them like they were meant to be driven.
This COTA race is especially significant as it kicks off a strategic relationship with Forza Magazine at this Formula 1 track. Equally exciting is this incredibly rare opportunity for owners of high performance street cars to join in the fun, with hours of daily track time, as well as professional instructors and classroom sessions. Complete registration details can be found at http://msreg.com/CCR.
The Ferrari Challenge is a factory backed one-design series that pits gentlemen drivers against one another in equally prepared cars. It is a venue for the company's current 8 cylinder design capabilities to be showcased for the buying public. Since inception, there is estimated to be more than 400 such former Ferrari Challenge series race cars in the United States. The brain child of two Louisiana barristers & aficionados – the CCR league has already connected with 25% of those owners and is seeing record race entries.
The Challenge Club Racing (CCR) championship is a factory independent spec Ferrari racing series and the largest group of Ferrari racing privateers in the country.