Lamborghini Super Trofeo North America series will close out its season at Sebring International Raceway this week, with titles still on the line in two of the four classes in the competitive single-make series.
A total of 16 cars are entered for Rounds 9 and 10 at the historic Florida airfield circuit, in what marks Super Trofeo’s first outing at Sebring since the 2015 World Final.
Madison Snow could be on the brink of his first Pro class championship, with the Change Racing driver holding a 15-point advantage over US RaceTronic’s Steven Aghakhani and Jacob Eidson heading into the title decider.
A maximum of 32 points are up for grabs between qualifying and the pair of 50-minute races on Friday.
Brandon Gdovic, in the No. 46 PPM Lamborghini Huracan Super Trofeo Evo, also holds a mathematical chance in third, a further four points behind Aghakhani and Eidson, after a fuel-related issue and post-race time penalty at WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca stripped him of valuable points over the penultimate weekend of the season.
Pro-Am sees Madison’s younger brother McKay Snow and Lamborghini Junior Corey Lewis with an eight-point lead over Leo Lamelas, in what’s the closest title race in the series.
Prestige Performance/Wayne Taylor Racing drivers Andrea Amici and Ashton Harrison are also not out of it either, with the duo 22 points back, although will need to capitalize on bad fortunes from their two rivals.
While Victor Gomez locked up the Am title a number of races ago, LB Cup honors is likely to be clinched by the start of the first race of the weekend.
Randy Sellari currently holds a 22-point lead over John Hennessy, who is currently not listed to take part this weekend. Should he not take part in Race 1, Sellari will be champion.
Practice gets underway on Wednesday afternoon with qualifying set for Thursday and both races set to be held on Friday, with the first taking the green flag at 9:05 a.m. ET prior to the season finale at 3:40 p.m.