Oregon Team heads to Le Mans for the Lamborghini Super Trofeo Europe challenge

It will be a long and intense week starting on Wednesday for Oregon Team. The Italy-based squad is preparing for one of the most exciting trips of the season, heading to the Le Mans circuit for the third of six double events of the Lamborghini Super Trofeo Europe.

On the 13.6 kms track of la Sarthe, which also hosts the 24 Hours this week, Oregon Team arrives with Pietro Perolini and Davide Roda pair still leading the Am class. After a second place-finish and a victory the first round at Imola, the Italian duo secured another second place at Spa, following a red-flag-shortened race two. In other words, Perolini and Roda arrive at Le Mans with the goal of extending their championship lead on a track that is almost entirely new to most of the drivers.

Leonardo Caglioni and Enzo Geraci, currently third in the Pro class standings, 24.5 points from the leadership, will also be looking to earn more points at Le Mans. So far, their best result is a third place in the season opener at Imola, and in France, they aim to return to the podium.

After a double zero at Spa, the other duo Paul Levet and Laszlo Toth is definitely seeking redemption. The Frenchman and the Hungarian have yet to reach the podium, and they will try again on the French track.

Given the combination with the 24 Hours of Le Mans, the program will start in earnest on Wednesday with a single 45-minute free practice session scheduled for 10:30am. The two qualifying sessions (20 minutes each) will begin at 17:30pm. Race one will kick off on Thursday at 13:1pm, and after a one-day break, the second 45-minute race will start on Saturday at 9:1am, with streaming available on Lamborghini Squadra Corse’s YouTube channel.

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