The 2014 Blancpain Super Trofeo series was concluded during the World Final in Sepang with only Gallardo on the grid, however the 2015 season will see the brand new Huracan LP620-2 Super Trofeo compete together with the earlier Gallardo race car on three continents, Europe, North America and Asia for a total of six races in each series.
However in 2015 the World Final will be held on the same track for all three series ... the Sebring race track in Florida USA will be the place where the European, the Asian and the North America Super Trofeo Series will compete their sixth and final round for each series ... and culminate in the actual World Final on November 21 to 22nd 2015.
The European Blancpain Super Trofeo series already featured a PRO category for the more experienced drivers behind the wheel of the V10 Lamborghini race car, 2015 will also see this PRO class introduced in Asia and North America while both the new Huracan and the well-known Gallardo will be on the track at the same time.
Naturally the Blancpain Super Trofeo Europe races will be held during the same weekend organized by long term partner SRO (Stéphane Ratel Organization) with the first race of the season on the renowned Italian track at Monza on April 11 and 12. After that the Bulls are shipped to Silverstone for round two on May 23 to 24, round three will bring the Blancpain race cars to Le Castellet in France on June 20 and 21 while round four will be held during the historic 24h de Spa and the world famous Spa Francorchamps circuit in Belgium on July 25 and 26. The final race on a European track will be at the famous Nürnburgring in Germany on September 19 and 20 before the sixth and final race in Sebring just ahead of the World Final in November.
Over in Asia the Japanese Fuji track starts the season on June 20 to 21, July 11 and 12 will see the Asia Series in Motegi while August 8 and 9 will have the Bulls compete in Malaysia on the first ever street race in the city center of Kuala Lumur. September 5 and 6 will turn the Indonesian track at Sentul into a Blancpain Super Trofeo venue while Shanghai in China will see the Gallardo and Huracan race cars compete against each other on October 17 and 18.
In North America the first race of the Blancpain series will be held on the Laguna Seca track in California on May 2 and 3 before heading to Watkins Glen in New York on June 27 and 28 while Alton in Virginia comes in August 22 and 23. For the first time the Blancpain Super Trofeo series will race at the Cota track in Texas on September 18 and 19 while the fifth race of the season goes to Road Atlanta in Georgia from 1 to 3 October.