• 21-NOV-2015

  • Sebring (USA)

Sebring International Raceway Hosts Lamborghini Blancpain Super Trofeo Asia and World Finals

November 20th 2015, Sebring (USA) – Lamborghini and Blancpain are in Florida for the Asian, European and North American Super Trofeo World Finals, bringing drivers and teams from all over the world to Sebring's famed International Raceway for the most thrilling one make series in motorsport. As one of the oldest continuously-operating racetracks in the USA, Sebring is steeped in history; the raceway boasts pedigree racing heritage and is a favorite in the American motorsports community. Known for the famous '12 hours of Sebring' endurance race, Sebring is a classic American track for the series to conclude its 2015 season.

The Lamborghini Blancpain Super Trofeo Asia series is now in its fourth season, with the Lamborghini Huracán LP 620-2 Super Trofeo making its anticipated debut this year. The World Final in Sebring also sees the final outing of the much loved Gallardo LP570-4 in a Super Trofeo race series.

The racing format saw the Asian and European cars starting on the same grid, racing simultaneously but classed according to region. In the World Final races on Saturday and Sunday, the Asian, North American and European teams will race head to head on the track together for the final podium.

Set in the heart of the Florida panhandle, the Sebring's 6.02km International Raceway is a favorite with racers and is well known for being part asphalt, part concrete, with some of the track originally used as an airstrip. Turn 17 is particularly well known as a long, fast and bumpy corner setting up for the front straight, representing just one of the many unique driving challenges offered by the raceway.