Andrea Amici is crowned Lamborghini Blancpain Super Trofeo Champion
In a thrilling conclusion to the Lamborghini Blancpain Super Trofeo series in Europe, Andrea Amici was crowned PRO-AM series champion. Cédric Leimer's bid for a third title faltered at the final hurdle, when his mid-race pitstop was adjudged to have fallen short of the minimum time and he incurred a drive-through penalty that saw him end the season as runner-up. His Autovitesse team-mate, Laurent Jenny provided some compensation by claiming the Amateur title.
With the championship at stake, the early morning race started with four cars running abreast into turn one, with Adrian Zaugg who started on the second row emerging with the race lead. In a repeat of yesterday's race, the South African set out to open a gap from the field, while Andrea Amici in second position was intent on consolidating his championship position. Behind this pair, an intense and highly competitive battle raged for the duration of the whole race between Alberto Viberti, Mirko Zanardini and Matteo Zucchi.
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