Lamborghini Blancpain Super Trofeo heads towards Sepang (MAL) for the World Final, with an expected 42-car record grid, and for the conclusion of the Europe and Asia Series
Opening the weekend's racing at their sixth and final venue for both, are the European and Asian series. Qualifying for each series takes place on Thursday 20 November with all sixth round, 50-minute races on Friday, plus free practice sessions for the North American series drivers.
If the final standings have already been decided in the Asian Super Trofeo, in the European series the PRO and AM titles are both still there for the taking. The PRO leader Jeroen Mul, with five race wins under his belt this season, will have to defend his five-point lead over the Milos Pavlovic-Edoardo Piscopo duo (four wins). A more reassuring 26-point margin puts the AM crown within easier reach for Simone Pellegrinelli over Shota Abkhazava.
On Saturday 22 November the protagonists from all three series Europe, Asia and North America - come together for the World Final qualifying, followed by two 50-minute races on Sunday with a record 42-strong grid of Lamborghini Gallardo LP 570-4 Super Trofeo race cars.
Lamborghini Blancpain Super Trofeo heads towards Sepang (MAL) for the World Final, with an expected 42-car record grid,
A Sepang (Malesia) una settimana all'insegna dello spettacolo con l'ultimo appuntamento del Lamborghini Blancpain Super
World Finals des Lamborghini Blancpain Super Trofeo in Sepang (Malaysia): eine Woche im Zeichen des Rennsports, 42 Fahrz
MORE FROM LATEST NEWS
SUBSCRIBE TO RSS FEEDXML
Lamborghini announces the 2020 Super Trofeo Asia, Europe and North American calendars and extends partnership with SRO
New production record for Automobili Lamborghini: in five years Lamborghini Huracán surpasses Gallardo production of ten years
Lamborghini celebrates perfect year winning IMSA GTD Constructor title and GT Open Championship