In front of an audience of over 10,000 spectators who flocked to the long weekend in Vallelunga, the tenth edition of the Lamborghini World Finals graduated all its champions, giving the appointment for next year, when the highlight of the season reserved for the protagonists of the Lamborghini Super Trofeo Europe, Asia and North America will return to the Spanish circuit of Jerez de la Frontera on November 23 and 24, 2024. With a record field of 82 cars, Amaury Bonduel (BDR Competition) clinched the Pro title after taking two poles, a win and a third place. Alex Au and Frederik Schandorff were crowned Pro-Am champions with two class wins with the Target Racing team. The Am title went to Americans Glenn McGee and Anthony McIntosh (Precision Performance Motorsports), while Shota Abkhazava (Art Line) won the Lamborghini Cup.
The Lamborghini Super Trofeo Europe, which set an all-time record of 51 cars at the start, was won in the Pro class by Brendon Leitch. The New Zealand driver of the Leipert Motorsport team won by eight and a half points over the duo of the VSR team formed by Mattia Michelotto and Gilles Stadsbader. With Vincenzo Sospiri's team, Andrzej Lewandowski closed the game with a race to spare, winning his fifth continental title and third in the same class.
First title in the Am class for Gabriel Rindone, with the colors of the Leipert Motorsport team. By a point and a half, on the last lap of the final race, Luciano and Donovan Privitelio (father and son) finally became Lamborghini Cup champions with Iron Lynx.
In the Lamborghini Super Trofeo North America, the last title up for grabs was also awarded, namely that of the Am class, with Glenn McGee and Anthony McIntosh (Precision Performance Motorsports) taking the crown at the end of the first of the two races of the weekend. Double victory for Danny Formal and Kyle Marcelli, who had already been crowned Pro champions with Wayne Taylor Racing in the previous round in Indianapolis, as well as Mark Wilgus (US RaceTronics) in the Lamborghini Cup and the absent Keawn Tandon (NTE Sport) in the Pro-Am.
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Vallelunga was also awarded the Asian title in the Am class, which went to Aniwat Lommahadthai and Pasarit Promsombat (Star Performance by Absolute), and the Lamborghini Cup title, won by Supachai Weeraborwornpong (Siamgas Corse). On the other hand, Marco Giltrap and Chris van der Drift were mathematically crowned champions of the Pro in the previous round in Shanghai, who won both races with the Absolute Racing team on the Roman circuit. Games were already closed also in the Pro-Am, in which Oscar Lee and Dan Wells (DW Evans GT) arrived at Vallelunga with the title in their pocket.
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