Published on December 5th, 2016 | by Amirul Mukminin0
Dennis Lind Wins the Fourth Edition of the Lamborghini World Final
Dennis Lind has won the fourth edition of the Lamborghini World Final held on Valencia’s “Ricardo Tormo” circuit. The Dane of the team Raton Racing, aged 23, is the new European champion of the 2016 Lamborghini Blancpain Super Trofeo and the 2016 World Champion in the PRO category. The driver, at his debut in the one-make series for Huracán Super Trofeos and member of the Young Drivers Program of Lamborghini Squadra Corse, has practically won everything.
He scored the win eight minutes from the end of Race 2, when the safety car entered the track, after he had managed to take the lead by overtaking Loris Spinelli. The latter was the author of the pole position with the car of the team Antonelli Motorsport and had been in the lead from the start. Lind secured the victory after finishing second behind Vito Postiglione in Race 1. This success allowed him to prevail over the Italian driver of Imperiale Racing (third place) by only two points.
The winners in the PRO-AM are Andrea Fontana and Lorenzo Veglia, with the colors of the team Antonelli Motorsport. The two drivers got a second place and a then a win scored in Race 2 ahead of Andrea Dovizioso, eighth overall.
Once again, the Ducati Factory Rider, at his debut in the Lamborghini Blancpain Super Trofeo, obtained an impressive result by getting to the podium for the second time this weekend, after winning Race 2 in Pro-Am class of the final round of the European series last Friday.
Double celebration for Adrian Amstutz: the driver of the team Bonaldi Motorsport, after winning the european title in the PRO-AM category together with the Finn Patrick Kujala, became world champion in the AM class by prevailing in both races of the World Final. In Race 2, the Swiss driver lost 3 positions under the rain and slipped fifth, but he then became the author of a comeback which enabled him to take the lead in the final stages of the race. Behind him finished Nouri Shahin (Leipert Motorsport), who only managed to overtake Shota Abkhazava at the very last moment. The latter finished third but was the author of an excellent first “stint”, during which he succeeded in taking the lead with the car of Artline Team Georgia.
The American of DXDT Racing, Ross Chouest , scored a double victory and got to the top step of the podium in both races and then he graduated world champion in the Lamborghini Cup, by preceding the Englishman Tim Richards (Toro Loco) and the Thai Supachai Weeraborwornpong (Siam Gas Racing Hong Kong) in Race 2.
The World Final of Valencia marked the conclusion of a successful season for the Lamborghini Blancpain Super Trofeo, which set a record of 50 cars on the grid in last July’s round of Spa-Francorchamps. The next events will be held in 2017 and will include the three continental series Europe, Asia and North America, the Middle East series as well as the World Final, scheduled in November at Imola.