Nearly 100 vehicles are expected to participate in the 10th Lamborghini World Finals on November 18-19 at the Autodromo Vallelunga Piero Taruffi, marking the third occasion the venue has hosted this event. This event concludes the Super Trofeo season, a tradition since Lamborghini Squadra Corse’s establishment a decade ago. The World Finals gathers top competitors from Europe, North America, and Asia in four distinct classes, featuring the Lamborghini Huracán Super Trofeo EVO2 and introducing the Hankook tire.
This year also sees the return of Lamborghini Super Trofeo Asia, resuming after a four-year break due to the coronavirus pandemic, with its last event held in 2019 in Jerez de la Frontera, Spain.
Before the World Finals, the regional championships will conclude their seasons from November 14-17.
Super Trofeo Europe
European racers recently competed at Vallelunga, with Brendon Leitch of Leipert Motorsport leading the Pro title race. The Pro-Am title is nearly secured by Andrzej Lewandowski of VS Racing. In the Am category, a close battle exists between Ibrahim Badawy of Lamborghini Roma by DL Racing and Gabriel Rindone of Leipert Motorsport. New participants this week include North American racers Anthony McIntosh and Glenn McGee from Imperiale Racing, and Marc de Fulgencio, replacing Yury Wagner in Leipert Motorsport’s team.
Super Trofeo North America
Most titles here are already decided, with Wayne Taylor Racing’s Kyle Marcelli and Danny Formal securing the Pro crown. The Am class title remains undecided, with Glenn McGee and Anthony McIntosh competing closely.
Super Trofeo Asia
The Asian series joins after a long hiatus, with Absolute Racing’s Marco Giltrap and Chris van der Drift dominating the Pro class. The Am and LB Cup classes feature close competitions, with various drivers vying for the championship.
The collective testing for North American and Asian participants commenced on Monday morning, followed by timed practice for the sixth round on Tuesday. Qualifying sessions are set to begin today, with the European series divided into combined Pro/Pro-Am and Am/Lamborghini Cup sessions. The first race for the Am/LB Cup category is scheduled for Thursday, November 16, at 09:20 Central European Time (CET), and the second race on Friday, November 17, at 09:00 CET. The Pro/Pro-Am races are slated to begin at 11:45 CET on Thursday and 11:15 CET on Friday.
Races in the North American and Asian classes will occur simultaneously, with the inaugural North American race on Thursday at 14:05 CET and the second race on Friday at 13:30 CET. The first race for Super Trofeo Asia is scheduled at 15:25 CET on Thursday, with the series concluding with a second race at 15:45 CET on Friday.
The Lamborghini World Finals, featuring all three regional championships, will commence on Saturday, November 18. This event will start with warm-up sessions for both the Pro/Pro-Am and Am/LB Cup groups, followed by qualifying rounds.
The first race in the Am/LB Cup division is planned for 14:35 CET, with the initial Pro/Pro-Am race at 15:55 CET. The championships will conclude on Sunday, with the final Am/LB Cup race at 11:55 CET and the concluding Pro/Pro-Am race at 14:50 CET, marking the end of the season.