Jerez has been announced as the host circuit for next year’s Lamborghini World Finals and the closing rounds of the North American, European and Asian seasons.
Announced during a presentation at this weekend’s event at Vallelunga, the annual Super Trofeo jamboree will head back to the Spanish venue for the first time since 2019.
The global races will take place on November 22-23 with the regional season finales getting underway on Nov. 20.
Jerez is set to become the second circuit to host the World Finals more than once, joining Vallelunga which has staged it three times including this year on the 10th anniversary of Lamborghini’s Squadra Corse racing department.
Its confirmation on Saturday completes the Super Trofeo calendars for the three regional championships after the 2024 schedules were announced earlier this month.
Sportscar365 understands that Dubai Autodrome was in the frame to host next year’s World Finals, however Jerez ultimately got the nod.
It will mark the eighth consecutive year that a European circuit has staged the event, with the last non-European host being Sebring in 2015.
The Jerez date clashes with the Fanatec GT World Challenge Europe Endurance Cup season finale in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia.
Lamborghini also confirmed the previously unannounced date for the Super Trofeo Asia season finale, which is taking place at Shanghai International Circuit on Sep. 13-15.