Exciting racing marked the opening round of the 2016 Lamborghini Blancpain Super Trofeo Europe at Monza. Race 1 was won by Dennis Lind on his debut, whilst Konrad Motorsport with driver pairing Nicolas Armindo and Henry Hassid won Race 2.
The one-make series started from Monza with a record grid of 47 cars. On Saturday, with changing weather conditions, everyone was behind the Huracan of Dennis Lind (Raton Racing). Race 2, which took place on Sunday, was marked by two safety cars: the first one coincided with the “pit stop window” for driver change. This shuffled the cards on track and the duo formed by Armind and-Hassid (Konrad Motorsport. Pro-Am class) found themselves in the right place at the right moment – especially considering their starting position of P22.
Among the youngsters, Martin Kodric (Bonaldi Motorsport) was still in evidence during the race, although he was not particularly lucky at the end, closing his race behind Giannoni. His team mates, Patrick Kujala and Adrian Amstutz, were forced to withdraw, after the P5 overall and first place in Pro-Am on Race 1 on Saturday.
The next round of the Lamborghini Blancpain Super Trofeo Europe is scheduled on May 14-15 at the circuit of Silverstone.