The field has been set for the fourth edition of the Lamborghini World Final in Valencia, following a series of four qualifying sessions this morning to set the grid for this afternoon and Sunday’s two races.
Loris Spinelli will start from the overall pole in Saturday’s Pro/Pro-Am race, having taken his No. 16 Antonelli Motorsport Lamborghini Huracán LP 620-2 Super Trofeo to a best lap of 1:31.217.
Spinelli edged out fellow Europe series competitor Harald Schlegelmilch by just 0.097 seconds, with the No. 32 Bonaldi Motorsport Lamborghini of Martin Kodric qualifying third.
Europe series competitors swept the top five positions on the grid, with Richard Antinucci the quickest of the North America contingent in sixth, in his No. 116 Change Racing Lamborghini.
The No. 212 Aran Racing entry Toshiyuki Ochiai and Afiq Yazid was quickest of the Asia series and will start on the Pro-Am pole, having qualified 7th overall.
North America competitor Luis Rodriguez Jr., meanwhile, stormed to the Am class pole for Saturday’s race, which will run alongside Lamborghini Cup competitors in a separate 50-minute race.
Rodriguez reeled off a 1:33.049 lap in his No. 129 Change Racing Lamborghini, edging out fellow North America racer Damon Ockey by 0.310 seconds for a sweep of the front row.
LB Cup qualifying honors for Race 1 also went to North America, thanks to a 1:35.923 lap set by Ross Chouest in the No. 103 DXDT Racing entry.
The grid for Race 2 on Sunday has also been set, with Spinelli also claiming overall pole ahead of Schlegelmilch and the No. 23 Imperiale Racing Lamborghini of Vito Postiglione.
North America competitors, meanwhile, swept the other three classes, with Cedric Sbirrazzuoli putting the No. 107 Dream Racing entry on Pro-Am pole with the 8th quickest time overall.
Ockey and Chouest, meanwhile, will start from the Am and LB Cup class poles, respectively, in Race 2 as well.
Race 1 for Am/LB Cup is set for 1:20 p.m. local time (7:20 a.m. ET), followed by the Pro/Pro-Am race at 3:30 p.m. (9:30 a.m. ET).
The World Final title-deciding Am/LB Cup and Pro/Pro-Am races scheduled for 10:40 a.m. (4:40 a.m. ET) and 2 p.m. (8 a.m. ET), respectively on Sunday.
All races will be streamed at http://squadracorse.lamborghini.com/live-streaming