Indianapolis Motor Speedway

Ferrari Challenge Race

Located in Speedway, IN, Indianapolis Motor Speedway plays host to some of the biggest events in auto racing, including the Indianapolis 500, Brickyard 400, and the Ferrari Challenge Series. In what has become a yearly tradition, Ferrari Racing Days will once again be coming to this legendary track in 2022 alongside the Ferrari Challenge Series, and it’s a weekend that you won’t want to miss!

About the Venue

Indianapolis Motor Speedway Seating Capacity

Indianapolis Motor Speedway is the largest sporting venue in the world with permanent seating capacity for more than 235,000 people and infield seating that raises capacity to approximately 400,000. It’s a historically significant track, especially for Ferrari enthusiasts.

How Long is the Indianapolis Motor Speedway Track?

The Indianapolis Motor Speedway track is 2.5 miles long, and takes the shape of a rectangular oval. It features two ⅝-mile long straightaways, two ⅛-mile long straightaways, and four identical ¼-mile turns. The course is also flat. 

Compared to some of the world’s more exotic racetracks, the layout is simplistic — but this allows for the focus to remain on raw driving skill on consistent conditions, making it an ideal track for spectators and racers alike. 

Ferrari Challenge 2022

The 2022 Ferrari Challenge is once again coming to Indianapolis Motor Speedway, accompanied by Ferrari Racing Days from July 13 – July 17, 2022. This will be one of six North American stops on the Ferrari Challenge circuit in 2022. In addition to the Ferrari Challenge qualifying rounds and races, there will be an incredible array of retired F1 cars and race cars, along with vintage, classic, and modern Ferraris.

At the July 2021 Ferrari Challenge, there was an incredible display of 126 Ferrari race cars, 5 retired Ferrari Formula 1 cars, 11 Ferrari Monzas, and 80 production Ferraris — and we hope that there will be even more Ferraris in 2022!

The 2022 Ferrari Challenge North American Circuit

  • March 2 – 6: Circuit of the Americas
  • April 6 – 10: Daytona International Speedway
  • May 18 – 22: Watkins Glen International
  • June 10 – 12: Gilles Villeneuve Circuit 
  • July 13 – 17: Indianapolis Motor Speedway
  • September 7 – 11: Sonoma Raceway
Ferrari cars on the track

Ferrari Challenge 2021 Results

The 2021 Ferrari Challenge races were the perfect venue for the North American debut of the Ferrari 812 Competizione, and drivers and spectators were given the chance to get up close and personal with Maranello’s latest. 

Of course, the races were the main draw, and offered plenty of thrills. Indianapolis Motor Speedway hosted round 5 of 7 in the 2021 Ferrari Challenge Series. Here’s a look at the results:

  • Trofeo Pirelli: Jason McCarthy swept the AM1 races, while AM2 saw Keysin Chen and Brian Davis swapping the top spot.
  • Coppa Shell: New driver Jeremy Clark dominated both of his races, while Brad Fauvre — another new driver — won both races in Coppa Shell AM.

As always, the 2021 Ferrari Challenge Series at Indianapolis Motor Speedway was an incredible weekend spectacle that celebrated Ferrari’s excellence with world-class driving and a showcase of the world’s finest automotive designs.

2021 Ferrari Challenge US Drivers

The drivers who took part in the US Ferrari Challenge races include:

  • Bradley Horstmann
  • Cooper Macneil
  • Eric Marston
  • Frank Ruimy
  • John Horejsi
  • John Megrue
  • Lisa Clark
  • Martin Burrowes
  • Roy Carroll
  • Brett Jacobson
  • Keysin Chen
  • Dave Musial
  • Neil Gehani
  • Dave Musial Jr
  • Jason Mccarthy
  • Jordan Workman
  • Jacob Schreibman
  • Bret Curtis
  • Justin Wetherill
  • Kevan Milstein
  • Barry Zekelman
  • Anthony Decarlo
  • Christopher Aitken
  • Luis Perusquia
  • Yahn Bernier
  • David Schmitt
  • Michael Watt
  • Neil Langberg
  • Charles Whittall
  • Todd Coleman
  • Sureel Choksi
  • Lance Cawley
  • Eileen Bildman
  • Osvaldo Gaio
  • Brandon Kruse
  • Paul Kiebler

Learn More With Continental AutoSports Ferrari

Whether you’re looking to buy a Ferrari of your own or you’d like to see what others can do with a Prancing Horse in Indianapolis, you can learn more by reaching out to Continental AutoSports Ferrari.

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