It happened today – 21 August

It happened today – 21 August

On 21st August 2011, Jaime Melo and Toni Vilander would take the 458 GT to its first Stars and Stripes victory, winning the round at Road America in Wisconsin. The Risi Competizione team’s car was victorious in the GT class, beating BMW and Corvette, proving it was also competitive in this series. Also present in Elkhart Lake that day was the Ferrari MD, Amedeo Felisa, who thus witnessed first hand the efforts of the privateer team that raced and won with his cars all over the world.

The Road America win was the only one that year, but in 2012, the 458 GT took two more wins, in Mosport with Scott Sharp and Johannes van Overbeek and at the Petit Le Mans, where the Extreme Speed Motorsport’s usual crew was also able to count on Toni Vilander.

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It happened today – 22 July

On 22nd July 1972, the Watkins Glen circuit staged the eponymous 6 Hours race, as the last round of the World Championship for Marques.
It happened today - 21 July

It happened today – 21 July

On 21st July 2013, Ferrari enjoyed an exceptional weekend in GT racing in Europe, with three Ferrari 458s winning races. The most prestigious victory…
It happened today - 20 July

It happened today – 20 July

On 20th July 2003, the British Grand Prix was held at Silverstone. In the lair of the English teams, Ferrari got the weekend off…