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Lamborghini Sets Entry Price for Super Trofeo Race Series

$17000 Buys You a Shared Seat In One Race In The Five-Round Series

Greg Emmerson
Jun 20, 2013

If you've always wanted to be a racecar driver but didn't know where to start, or you simply want to experience a supercar in the heat of competition, Automobili Lamborghini has confirmed the weekend fee for a shared seat in the all-new, five-race Lamborghini Blancpain Super Trofeo series will be $17500 per driver.

With two drivers required for each round, that's $35000 per car, per race weekend if you and a friend want to race together.

The series accompanies Grand-AM, ALMS and IndyCar events and starts at the American Le Mans North East GP at Lime Rock Park on July 5.

Lamborghini_super_trofeo Photo 2/5   |   Lamborghini Super Trofeo

In addition to that event, you'll get to compete at Kansas Speedway, Calabogie Canada, Virginia International and Fontana.

As an extra incentive, the winners of the series will compete in the Super Trofeo 'World Series' finale in Italy against the best drivers from Europe and Asia The $17500 weekend fee provides you with the rental of a 570hp Gallardo LP570-4 Super Trofeo V10, a full service package, car transportation, Pirelli tires, race suits and Lamborghini's trackside hospitality, complete with parking and paddock passes. You'll have four hours of track time per race weekend but hurry because there are limited registrations available to join the grid.

Your four hours behind the wheel include 120min of practice in two sessions, a 40min qualifying session and two 50min races.

For more information about registration for the series, contact one of the Automobili Lamborghini America partner race teams:

  • GMG Motorsport - 714 432-1582
  • Change Racing - 704 788-7811
  • Mitchum Motorsports - 540 266-0082
  • Premiere - 817 817-0731
  • Creighton Motorsports - 678 366-2100
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