Recently the entry list for the 2020 edition of the FIA GT1 World Championship has been published, and out of the twelve teams in total two will compete with a Lamborghini, this would mean we could encounter four Raging Bulls on the track this year as each team enters two cars normally.
Münnich Motorsport from Mr René Münnich (AllInkl.com) will enter the competition and Reiter Engineering themselves will also enter Lamborghini in the FIA GT Championship.
During the 2009 24 hours de Spa race we already saw the brand new Lamborghini Murciélago R-SV GT1, a car specifically built for the 2010 FIA GT1 World Championship, so I hope we'll be seeing four of these on the track this year.
Next to the Lamborghini we will naturally see other makes too, Aston Martin, Corvette, Ford, Nissan and naturally Maserati will again be competing in 2010 to see who will become the first GT1 World Champion as this series is totally new for 2010.
As mentioned earlier a total of twelve teams will represent only six brands with 24 cars, so the FIA GT1 World Championship will surely bring a lot of impressive racing to a track near you. I can't wait for the 24h de Spa in August to see these cars competing again after Lamborghini was absent from FIA GT1 racing last year.
Our in depth review of the Auto Moto d'Italia event in Rosmalen, the Netherlands celebrating 40 years of the Lamborghini Countach
(added on October 31. 2014)
A brand new Huracan has been modified for racing and entered in the Targa New Zealand by five-time winner Tony Quinn, sadly he crashed
(added on October 30. 2014)
An impressive wide body aerodynamic kit for the Lamborghini Gallardo LP560 edition
(added on October 28. 2014)
We visit the amazing Essen Motor Show and discover a lot of Raging Bulls on display, both modern and classic ... and tuned ones.
(added on October 26. 2014)
Fitted with an Armytrix exhaust this bright blue Lamborghini Aventador with widebody kit from LB Performance sure draws attention
(added on October 17. 2014)