All three Lamborghini Blancpain Super Trofeo championships will be in action this weekend across the globe, leading up to the final round of each season and World Final in Valencia in December.
No fewer than 80 Lamborghini Huracán LP 620-2 Super Trofeos will be taking part in the North American (Circuit of The Americas), European (Nürburgring) and Asian (Fuji) championships, making for the busiest-ever weekend for the world’s fastest single-make series.
ENTRY LIST: COTA
In Super Trofeo North America, Shinya Michimi has been the dominant force, with six wins in eight races in his Prestige Performance Lamborghini.
Michimi heads into the final two rounds on North American soil with a hefty 43-point lead ver Emmanuel Anassis and could clinch the Pro class title early this weekend.
The Wayne Taylor Racing-run Prestige team also leads the Pro-Am standings, with Craig Duerson and Trent Hindman, who have combined for four class victories and hold just a three-point lead over DAC Racing’s Brandon Gdovic.
Damon Ockey, driving for US RaceTronics, heads the Am class, which sees a strong eight-car entry this weekend, with DXDT Racing’s Ross Chouest leading the way in the new-for-2016 Lamborghini Cup class.
A total of 22 entries are provisionally entered for Rounds 9 and 10 of the season at COTA, part of the Lone Star Le Mans weekend featuring the FIA World Endurance Championship and IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship races.
Super Trofeo competitors will have their 50-minute races on Thursday evening and Friday morning.