Oregon Team on track again for the fourth round of the Lamborghini Super Trofeo Europe

Oregon Team is again on track this coming weekend, just a few days after the victorious GT Open round at the Red Bull Ring with Maximilian Paul and Pierre-Louis Chovet leading race one. The Italian team is now set for the fourth of six Lamborghini Super Trofeo Europe events scheduled at the “Ricardo Tormo” circuit, in Valencia.

Sebastian Balthasar and Marzio Moretti head to Spain as front-runners in the Pro class, following the first and the second place they secured at the Paul Ricard opener, the P3 in Spa and two sixth positions – and fifth of the class – in the most recent round at the Nürburgring late last July. The Oregon Team duo currently is third in the standings with 47 points, 18 less the leader Brendon Leitch.

At his home track Guillem Puyeu Beya, pairing with young Brazilian Pedro Ebrahim, will drive a second Huracán Super Trofeo EVO2 fielded by the team led by Jerry Canevisio and Giorgio Testa, after they finished sixth in Germany and entered the top-10 four times. 

Filippo Berto and Alessandro Mainetti (the latter at his very first season in the series) are seeking glory, as they finished tenth twice at the Paul Ricard and Nürburgring.

Enrico Bettera and Lorenzo Pegoraro will be at the start in the Pro-Am, after taking two ninth positions and one tenth in the first part of the season.

The weekend will kick-off with the Friday’s session. Qualifying will start on Saturday at 9:35, ahead of the first 50-minute race scheduled at 15:35. Race two will start on Sunday at 11:25. Both races will be live streamed on Lamborghini Squadra Corse YouTube and Facebook page.

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