The Challenge Club Racing championship is a factory independent spec Ferrari racing series and the largest group of Ferrari racing privateers in the country.
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. The 2012 CCR race at Sebring will feature 40 Ferrari racing cars, one of the largest grids of Ferraris in history. The CCR Championship drivers compete in identical Ferrari 355, 360, and 430 factory built racing cars. Drivers are not professionals, they are successful doctors, lawyers and entrapenures in their day jobs that moonlight by living the fantasy as amateur Ferrari race car drivers.
Due to the extreme value and rarity of these historic racing Ferraris, the series outlaws car to car contact, so the drivers must demonstrate not only a skill for speed but also discipline in door to door racing.
A close battle is expected between , 2009 430 Ferrari Factory Challenge Champion Mark McKenzie (#27), New York real estate mogel, Alfred Ciaola (#9), and the famous italian jeweler, Franco Valobra (#33). Local Sebring favorite, Car Francise owner and series sponsor, Alan Jay, (#7)