Povoledo, Lewis Win Pole In Canada In First Lamborghini Blancpain Super Trofeo North America Start
"First and foremost, hats have to go off to Lamborghini for building such an amazing rocket ship of a car," Povoledo said. "This is both of our first times driving these things. They're bloody gorgeous and fast, and they challenge you as a human being to be a better person to drive the thing."
The drivers of the No. 76 Lamborghini Gallardo LP 570-4 fielded by Musante Motorsport and representing Lamborghini Boston are getting their first experience in the series at CTMP. The Musante team spent the night before qualifying making setup changes and getting the car ready to race for the Lamborghini Blancpain Super Trofeo North America rookies.
"It's been a big learning curve for the both us from yesterday to today," Lewis said. "The team has worked really well with us and given us everything we need, and it shows with the huge time gain."
Starting behind the No. 76 Lamborghini on the grid will be the second overall and top Amateur class qualifier, Dillon Machavern, who turned a top lap of 1:21.338 in the No. 07 Gallardo fielded by Mitchum Motorsport.
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