Lamborghini Blancpain Super Trofeo drivers and teams from across the globe will converge Nov. 19-22 at Sebring International Raceway to race for the title of World Final champion.
The World Final will take place in North America for the first time. All three Lamborghini Blancpain Super Trofeo Series – Europe, Asia and North America – will come to Sebring, Florida, for the final rounds.
Sebring is America’s oldest road racing track, with more than six decades of storied history on its 17-turn, 3.74-mile circuit. It is the home to the famed Twelve Hours of Sebring.
Over the last seven months, drivers and teams have battled for championships in each Lamborghini Blancpain Super Trofeo series. Each series has two races left in their regular seasons before the World Final.
The champion of the Europe series already has been crowned, with 19-year-old Patrick Kujala taking the title in September at the Nürburgring in Germany.
In North America, Corey Lewis claimed the Huracán Pro-Am championship and Dylan Murcott earned the Gallardo championship in October at Road Atlanta.
Both overall driver and team championships are still up for grabs for North America and Asia heading into the final two rounds of the 2015 season at Sebring.
The exciting final weekend at Sebring will start with free practices for all series on Thursday, Nov. 19, followed by qualifying for each series’ final two regular-season rounds.
Those final two rounds will take place Friday, Nov. 20 with North America running solo and Europe and Asia running combined rounds.
Qualifying for the World Final races will take place Saturday morning, Nov. 21. The World Final will be split into two fields. The Huracán Pro and Pro-Am drivers will compete together, and the Huracán Amateur and Gallardo drivers will race together.
The first two World Final races, one for each group, will take place Saturday afternoon with the conclusion Sunday, Nov. 22.
The World Final Champions will be decided based on combined performance from the two races, with tiebreakers in place.
Exciting on-track competition that will determine the best Lamborghini Blancpain Super Trofeo drivers and teams in the world, combined with the unique luxury of Lamborghini hospitality, ensures the best that sportscar racing can offer during this event.