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Postée par kldconcept le Thursday 05 February 2009 à 14:47


The Lamborghini Blancpain Super Trofeo took to the track in Adria, Italy for its latest official testing session this week. The new Super Trofeo race car had extensive tests of braking components and tyres, to ensure the car?s speed and reliability for the forthcoming season.

Over 270 kilometres of full-bore testing went smoothly during the day at Adria International Raceway, further proof that the Super Trofeo will be the racing series to beat in 2009.

Lamborghini?s official test driver Giorgio Sanna completed more than 100 laps on the drying circuit during the day, initially optimising the car for wet weather conditions in the morning, before driving an entire race distance in the afternoon. This was a real simulation of the stresses the cars will experience when the season kicks off at Silverstone in May.

The Lamborghini development team was pleased to report that the day went well. ?We came to Adria to primarily test the performance of the brakes and tyres, as well as component reliability in a full race simulation,? said Sanna. ?Adria is ideal for this kind of testing, as there?s lots of continual up-and-downshifting through the gears, especially second, third and fourth. It?s also really hard on the brakes of all cars that visit, because of the tight corners, so we?ve learnt a lot.?

?We?ve got lots of data to look at ahead of the May race weekend, and there?s even more to come from the car in terms of performance,? he added. ?We?ll be testing at Barcelona next, a very different circuit with very different conditions.?

?The test at Adria went very well indeed, so I?m confident of the car?s reliability and performance when the start lights go green at Silverstone in only a few months? time,? said Manfred Fitzgerald, Director of Brand and Design for Lamborghini. ?We?re well on track to achieve the speed and performance expected of a
Lamborghini race car, so we can address any potential issues well before the season opener to ensure a great spectacle for fans, as well as great racing for our drivers.?

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The Lamborghini Blancpain Super Trofeo will debut in May 2009 featuring the Lamborghini Super Trofeo: a lightweight version of the Gallardo LP 560-4. The Super Trofeo will come with a reworked chassis and a power output of 419 kW (570 hp) from its V10, ?Iniezione Diretta Stratificata? engine. The race car will feature Lamborghini?s permanent four-wheel drive, making the Super Trofeo the only one-make, all-wheel-drive motorsport series.

Luxury Swiss watchmaker Blancpain is title sponsor. The Lamborghini Blancpain Super Trofeo will run over 6 European race weekends, alongside other prestigious series such as the FIA GT Championship and DTM. Either one or two drivers per car can register for the series, comprising of free practice and a qualifying session, and three 40-minute races during the race weekend.

The first race weekend of the 2009 provisional calendar will run on 02-03 May at the Silverstone circuit in the UK, followed by Adria in Italy on 15-16 May; Nuremburg?s Norisring in Germany on 26-28 June; Spa in Belgium on 23-25 July; Barcelona?s Circuit de Catalunya in Spain on 19-20 September; and culminating on 03-04 October at Paul Ricard, France.
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Postée par admin le Monday 26 March 2007 à 11:49

25/03/2007 Victory for Lamborghini Murciélago R-GT

Christophe Bouchut and Stefan Mücke started the season in the best possible way, giving Racing and the Lamborghini Murciélago their first FIA GT win. With the new two-hour format, where strategy is incredibly important, the timing of the pit stops along with a safety-car period saw the nr 7 car take the lead. At the re-start, a storming Bouchut kept the lead ahead of Philipp Peter, sharing the nr 19 PSI Experience Corvette C6 with FIA GT newcomer Luke Hines, and the PK Carsport Corvette C5 of Bert Longin and Anthony Kumpen. With fastest laps being set one after the other, a frantic finish finally saw Lamborghini claim its first win.

The GT2 race was equally exciting, with a chaotic start seeing the leading cars fall back, catching up later. First across the line was the BMS Scuderia Italia Porsche 997 GT3 RSR; however, the car later failed scrutineering due to the ground clearance. Itss exclusion meant that AF Corse Motorola Ferrari cars took first and second, giving Dirk Müller and Toni Vilander their first victory. Stéphane Ortelli and Gianmaria Bruni, whose car had been delayed due to a puncture, were second, with Scuderia Ecosse's Mullen and Enge third.

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Postée par admin le Saturday 14 October 2006 à 14:53

  • Lamborghini leads in Adria

For the first time, the Racing Lamborghini Murciélago has led a session in the FIA GT Championship. The car, which has been improving steadily over the season, has moved over to Michelin tyres for this race - and immediately leapt to the top of the time sheets. Christophe Bouchut, sharing the car with Peter Kox once again, set a time of 1:12.410 to lead an extremely close session.

In effect, the top eight cars were separated by just 1 second, with the two Maserati MC12 cars following the Lamborghini. Circuit specialist Babini was fourth in the BMS Aston Martin, ahead of the Zakspeed Saleen and the GLPK Carsport Corvette.

The GT2 cars are very close to the GT1 cars at this track. The leading Ferrari 430 GT2, the nr 62 Scuderia Ecosse car of Kinch and Kirkaldy, was only 3.2 seconds off pole. The second Scuderia Ecosse car was second, driven this weekend by Tim Mullen and Marino Franchitti, with newcomer Edil Cris Racing third, the car in the hands of Paolo Ruberti and Raffaele Giammaria. The leading Porsche was fourth, the nr 75 Ebimotors car of Riccitelli and Collard.
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Postée par admin le Wednesday 22 March 2006 à 09:21

News + Rajouts de 47 photos de la Murcielago RGT

  • The Lamborghini Murciélago claimed its first ever race win at the weekend when Marco Apicella and Yasutaka Hinoi raced to victory in the GT300 class of the Japanese Super GT series at Suzuka.

Rounding out an excellent day for the much-maligned Italian machine, the second Team JLOC entry, driven by Koji Yamanishi and Wada-Q finished, was classified fifth in GT300 although it retired on the final lap. At this point it had been lying in second place with the team cruising towards a 1-2 finish.

After an uncompetitive 2005 season in the Japanese sportscar championship when the Team JLOC (Japanese Lamborghini Owners' Club) Murciélago R-GT flailed around in the larger GT500 class, for 2006 the fearsome machine has been homologated as the Murciélago RG-1 into the smaller GT300 class, and at a stroke its fortunes have been transformed.
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Postée par kldconcept le Friday 07 October 2005 à 21:51

First race of a Lamborghini Gallardo GTR next weekend at Nürburgring!

The already rich history of the Nürburgring will see an exciting new chapter during next Saturdays VLN round

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