ALBANY, N.Y.—Governor Cuomo announced that New York will host its first Ferrari Challenge this September.
The Ferrari Challenge will take place at Watkins Glen International, which coincides with the facility's celebration of its 65 year anniversary.
"New York's own Watkins Glen International raceway is going to offer our state's first Ferrari Challenge, giving racing fans yet another reason to come to The Glen. Adding more racing events will help continue to grow tourism and bring more visitors to the Finger Lakes region and upstate New York. I wish all participants the best of luck on navigating The Glen, from the Boot to the Inner Loop," said Governor Cuomo.
The Governor also reminded motorsports fans across the state
that race tracks will soon open for a new and exciting year of racing, with
over 60 race tracks across the state from Long Island to Western New York. For
a map and listings of the racetracks across the state, please click: http://www.governor.ny.gov/assets/documents/Map-RacewaysIRaceNY.pdf.