23.10.2019 – Engines of the Lamborghini Huracàn Super Trofeo Evo are about to switch on again and Imperiale Racing is getting ready to face the closing weekend of the Lamborghini Super Trofeo Europe 2019 that will take place, in a joint event with the Lamborghini World Final, this coming weekend at the Circuit in Jerez de la Frontera (ESP).
The exciting closing act of the single-make series reserved to the Huracàns will see the Italian team fielding three cars. Vito Postiglione (ITA) and Kikko Galbiati (ITA) will exchange behind the wheel of the #44 car aiming to get the PRO title, while Karol Basz (PL) and Andrzej Lewandowski (PL) will be in the #6 car in Pro-Am. Hans Fabri will complete the lineup in the #88 car in LC.
Andrzej Lewandowski, class 1969, will be at his maiden race with team Imperiale Racing. He is highly experienced in GT cars and especially with the Lamborghini brand he has always been on the podium in the latest three editions of the Lamborghini Super Trofeo Middle East in AM claiming two second places (2018-2019) and one third place (2017). In the European series, he won AM in 2017 and came third in 2016. Last year he won the International GT Open in AM. His career started in 2012 and includes also the victory at the debut in the Porsche GT3 Cup Challenge Central Europe 2012, series that he ended second in 2013 and third in 2014.
The challenge in Jerez is going to be especially intense. After two private testing sessions on Wednesday, the final round of the Lamborghini Super Trofeo Europe 2019 will kick off on Thursday with two free practice sessions at 11:30 and 14:45 and two qualifying sessions starting at 17:00 (GMT +2). The two races will take place on Friday, the first at 11:50 and the second at 17:00.
The Lamborghini World Final will begin on Saturday. As usual, LC+AM and PRO+PRO AM drivers will compete in two separate categories. The first will run their warm-up at 9:30, qualifying (two heats) at 11:10 and the first race at 15:05. PRO and PRO AM will follow the same schedule but their warm-up will be at 10:00, qualifying at 12:10 and race one at 17:00. The closing two races will be on Sunday, LC+AM’s at 11:30 and PRO+PRO AM’s at 15:00
The official website of the team imperialeracing.it will publish the live streaming link provided by Lamborghini Squadra Corse, while the social channels @ImperialeRacing will follow the action with constant updates.
Luca Del Grosso (Imperiale Racing, Team Manager):
“We end the season in Jerez resolute to get a good result in the Super Trofeo Europe after the championship in which we have always been among the front runners. The goal is to play our cards with the #44 car to get the drivers title and to get a strong teams result. This is not going to be easy, we will need to be focused and devote the highest care to every little detail.
The weekend of the World Final is always very exciting, the challenge on track includes new teams and drivers and this is motivating everyone.
I welcome Andrzej on board and I am sure that, both with Vito and Kikko, Karol and Hans, he will create an excellent feeling right from the start”.