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Altoe, Zampieri Take World Final Poles

Giacomo Altoe and Daniel Zampieri earned pole position in Lamborghini World Final qualifying…

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Co-drivers Giacomo Altoe and Daniel Zampieri secured pole position for Lamborghini World Final Race 1 and Race 2, respectively, at Autodromo Vallelunga, sweeping qualifying for Antonelli Motorsport.

Altoe, driving the No. 5 entry for Antonelli Motorsport out of the Super Trofeo Europe championship, edged Super Trofeo Asia champion Kei Cozzolino in the No. 219 FFF Racing Team machine by just over a tenth of a second.

Richard Muscat and Kikko Galbiati will start from third and fourth in Race 1, while defending champion Trent Hindman in seventh was the fastest North American competitor.

Altoe’s co-driver Zampieri edged fellow European championship competitor Kelvin Snoeks by two tenths of a second to secure the pole for Race 2, while Afiq Yazid qualified third in the No. 219 car he shares with Kei Cozzolino.

Wayne Taylor Racing again headed up the North American competitors with Jonathan Cecotto qualifying eighth, 0.430 seconds off the pole pace.

Edoardo Liberati edged Loris Spinelli for the Pro Am Race 1 pole by just 0.043 seconds. Dennis Lind beat Emanuele Zonzini to the clase pole pole for Race 2.

The Am class saw Manuel Lauck and Damon Ockey score pole position for Race 1 and Race 2, respectively, while the LB Cup class was led by Brett Meredith and Daijiro Yoshihara.

The only interuption of any of the qualifying sessions came when newly-crowned Lamborghini Super Trofeo North America champion Madison Snow ended up stuck in the gravel early in Pro Qualifying 2.

He will start 14th of the 15 cars in his class, with the No. 29 Konrad Motorsport entry of Axcil Jeffries and Fabian Vettel failing to turn a lap.

RESULTS: Pro Qualifying 1
RESULTS: Pro Qualifying 2
RESULTS: Pro Am Qualifying 1
RESULTS: Pro Am Qualifying 2
RESULTS: LB Cup/Am Qualifying 1
RESULTS: LB Cup/Am Qualifying 2

Ryan Myrehn is an Indianapolis-based broadcaster and reporter. In addition to his work covering primarily domestic sports car racing for Sportscar365, he is the lead announcer for SRO America's TV coverage as well as a pit reporter for IndyCar Radio. Myrehn, a graduate of DePauw University, is also the host of Sportscar365's “Double Stint” Podcast.

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