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Super Trofeo Europe

Super Trofeo Europe

The sixteenth edition of the Lamborghini Super Trofeo Europe will kick off this year in Imola on the penultimate weekend of April. As well as the one-make championship, the Italian racing circuit will also host the second stage of the FIA World Endurance Championship with the 6 Hours of Imola. The second round is scheduled for June 9-11 at the traditional setting of the Spa-Francorchamps circuit in Belgium. The only circuit to have hosted every edition of the Lamborghini Super Trofeo Europe. The third round will be held for the first time at the iconic Le Mans track in France, the same circuit used for the 24 Hours of Le Mans, on June 11-15. The German round will be held at the end of July at Nürburgring. The penultimate round of the series will see the teams racing at Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya on the weekend of October 11-13. The sixth round and the traditional World Finals will return to the Spanish circuit at Jerez de la Frontera in mid-November, the second time that the Lamborghini Finals have been held here, the first time being in 2019.

Lamborghini Super Trofeo Europe

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Circuit de la Sarthe

The “Circuit des 24 Heures du Mans”, also known as Circuit de la Sarthe, located close to the city of Le Mans in the Sarthe department of France, is a temporary track where one of the most important, famous and oldest endurance races in the world is contested: the 24 Hours of Le Mans, organized by the ACO – Automobile Club de l’Ouest. As of 2017, the total length is 8.467 miles (13.626 km), making it one of the longest circuits in the world. The circuit is characterized by the use of some sections of public road, normally open to traffic, and part of the Bugatti circuit.

  • Length

    13.6 km

  • Turns

    38