• 23-AUG-2015

  • Danville, Virginia.

Two Races, Three Winners: Super Trofeo North America Thrills At Virginia International Raceway

Lamborghini Blancpain Super Trofeo North America brought the excitement of the raging bull to a double-header day of racing at VIRginia International Raceway with two races and two very different outcomes.
In Round 5, Richard Antinucci and Edoardo Piscopo took the record grid of 23Lamborghinis to task, capturing their first win as co-drivers in the No. 50 O'GaraMotorsport Huracán LP 620-2 representing Lamborghini Beverly Hills.
Madison Snow was victorious in the second race of the weekend, a makeup ofRound 4, which was rained out in June at Watkins Glen. This weekend is hisseries debut in the No. 14 BAD Lambo Racing entry representing LamborghiniBeverly Hills.
Corey Lewis swept the Huracán Pro-Am class with two victories in the No. 29Change Racing entry representing Lamborghini Carolinas in the team's anddealership's home race.
Huracán Amateur drivers Damon Ockey and the father-son duo of Jim and JoshNorman split the two races, each picking up a victory.
Jake Rattenbury, the reigning Super Trofeo Amateur World Champion, took theoverall Gallardo division wins in both races in the No. 24 Change RacingHuracán representing Lamborghini Carolinas.