Conquest Racing is heading north of the border to race at the historic circuit Gilles-Villeneuve in Montréal, Canada. In the third round of the season, the Ferrari Challenge championship will support the Formula 1 World Championship at the Canadian Grand Prix.

From June 7th to June 9th, Conquest Racing will be taking on the street track located on the Notre-Dame Island of Montréal. The track is 2.710 miles in distance, consisting of the notable standouts such as the hairpin corner, overtaking opportunities at the Pont de la Concorde, the challenging Senna S Turns, and the infamous Wall of Champions. 

The team will be arriving in Montréal with a focused and streamlined crew for Trofeo Pirelli, consisting of three entries with the likes of Dave Musial Sr., Dave Musial Jr., and Jon Bennett. All three will be looking to continue their momentum from the previous round at Laguna Seca.

In a recap of Round 2, Trofeo Pirelli P-AM Class driver #30 Dave Musial Sr. was a podium regular, clinching second place in Race 1 and third place in Race 2. Meanwhile, in the P Class, #31 Dave Musial Jr. contributed to the team’s success with a P4 finish in Race 1 and a P3 podium result in Race 2. Montréal will provide them with further opportunities to rise in the standings, as the Musial pairing are sitting at 116 and 115 points total, respectively. With Dave Musial Sr. currently holding second place in the P-AM Class standings, he is well positioned to fight for the top spot on the leaderboard in the third round. Dave Musial Jr. is currently holding fourth position in the P-Class, keeping a line of sight to third place in overall standings.

With multiple Top 5 finishes at both COTA and Laguna Seca, Jon Bennett will be competing in the P Class once more. Laguna Seca saw Bennett with a P5 finish in Race 1 and a P6 finish in Race 2. Jon has 100 points and is sitting 6th in the standings, and will be in the hunt for some hardware in Montréal.

The energy will be palpable as Formula 1 crowds and Ferrari fans alike will come together for a weekend of speed and support for the Tifosi. The event will start off with a full day of practice sessions on Friday, June 7th. Qualifying 1 and 2 and Race 1 will be held on Saturday, June 8th, with Race 2 taking place on Sunday, June 9th. The full Ferrari Challenge weekend schedule can be found here