Lamborghini- Blancpain Super Trofeo Asian Challenge Korea Renji Station Passion Ends

In the weekend that just ended, the Lamborghini- Blancpain Super Trofeo Asian Challenge created by Italian supercar maker Lamborghini and Swiss luxury watch maker Blancpain landed in South Korea for the first time in the picturesque The new Renji (Linhoo) car theme park track staged a series of suspenseful races. Korean star driver Yoo Si-won stood out in the fierce competition, winning double championships in a row, and ignited the passion of the audience.

2013 Lamborghini- Blancpain Super Trofeo Asian Challenge Renji (Linhoo) race starts with passion

 The unique Renji (Lin Ji) theme park track in South Korea makes this race full of suspense and highly ornamental. The Renji Speedway is 4.2 km in length and is the shortest track in each race of the 2013 Lamborghini- Blancpain Super Trofeo Asian Challenge. The longest straight road is only 640 meters, and has 20 high-speed corners and multiple drop ramps. While compressing the acceleration space of the car, it puts forward higher requirements on the driver’s handling skills. And the new Lamborghini Gallardo LP 570-4 Super Trofeo 2013 special racing car has greatly improved in aerodynamic efficiency, thermodynamic performance and handling stability, which is providing perfect assistance for this challenging track.

First place runner-up team podium

 On Saturday, a heavy rain arrived as scheduled. The wet track after the heavy rain even exacerbated the suspense of the race.
 In the first group of competitions, the competition for the championship and runner-up was also fierce. Japanese driver Akihiko Nakaya, who is known for his curve skills in the No. 10 car, started the race for the first time. He not only showed the perfect cornering moment to the audience, but finally completed 29 laps with a score of 50 minutes, 33 seconds, and 206. He won his first Lamborghini Blancpain Super Trofeo Asian Championship title. The Sepang champion driver, Afiq Yazid from Malaysia, was also determined to drive the No. 2 car. He pursued it all the way and performed brilliantly many times. Eventually following the Japanese champion, he finished second in 1.867 seconds. Chinese driver Jiang Xin and Italian driver Max Wiser, who have already stood on the podium several times, continued to play with stability and win third place again.

Champions runner-up runners share joy of victory

 The second group of competitions pushed this landmark race weekend in Korea to the peak of excitement and passion. Korean star driver Yoo Si-won at home failed to live up to the cheers of the audience and drove the No. 82 car to win the championship. Immediately after, Indonesian and Singaporean drivers Freddy Setiawan and Denis Lian, who drove No. 63 and No. 36 cars, respectively, and Han Lin and Hanss Lin from Taiwan, China won the second and third place in the second group.

 The weather was fine on Sunday, which made the competition in the second round more exciting. The first and second runners-up in the first two sets of races continued their high fighting spirit, and after a fierce race, they all made it to the podium again without exception. In the first group, Malaysian driver Afiq Yazid will regret to stay at yesterday. After completing consecutive surpasses, he further expanded his lead and completed 29 laps with 50 minutes, 15 seconds, and 499. He finally took the championship trophy into his arms. The protagonist of the second group is still Liu Shiyuan who played at home. He won the championship again without any doubt and won endless cheers and joy from the audience. The second and third place winners exchanged each other.

 Mr. Cristiano Inverni, the head of the Lamborghini Blancpain Super Trofeo Asian Challenge, said: ‘Last weekend, the mysterious Renji (Linti) car theme park track witnessed the Lamborghini GT3 winning the 2013 Le Mans Asia Wonderful performance. One week later, the Lamborghini- Blancpain Super Trofeo Asian Challenge came to this challenging circuit again. This extraordinary event not only brought the uncompromising spirit of Lamborghini to Korea, but also brilliant The record is recorded in the history of Korean motor sports. ‘

Korean star driver Yoo Si Won wins double championship in No. 82 car

 The crowned double crowned Korean star driver Yoo Si Won said, ‘I am the first South Korean driver to participate in the Lamborghini Blancpain Super Trofeo Asian Challenge. I am honored and happy to win this race. The Trofeo Asian Challenge is very exciting, and it has impressed me both in the race itself and in the special purpose car. ‘

 In this race, the drivers and their friends and relatives came to the VIP lounge on the track of Renji (Linti) Automobile Theme Park to indulge in the ultimate Italian luxury style created by Lamborghini and Blancpain In the fashion feast, feel the perfect mechanical aesthetics of the two major brands. Blancpain presents a number of new L-evolution 2013 watches inspired by motorsport. Among them, the R85 and R10 dual flyback chronographs with oversized digital calendars perfectly combined cutting-edge watchmaking technology, carbon fiber composite materials and long-established watchmaking technology, and received the enthusiastic attention of the guests.

 After the enthusiastic race at Inje Station, the participating drivers were ready to go and set off for the fourth race in Fuji, Japan. Afterwards, the Lamborghini- Blancpain Super Trofeo Asian Challenge will also start a fierce competition in Shanghai, China. Eventually, it will start in Macau, China, in conjunction with the 60th Macau GP. .

Overlooking the curve of the Renji (Lin Ji) car theme park in South Korea
 About Lamborghini

 Founded in 1963, Lamborghini Automobile Co., Ltd. is headquartered in Sant’Agata Bologni in northeastern Italy. With the top-of-the-line Aventador LP 700-4 Roadster released in 2013 and the Urus SUV concept car, the world premiere at the 2012 Beijing Auto Show, Lamborghini once again set a milestone in the history of luxury supercars.

 Lamborghini Automobile Co., Ltd. has more than 120 dealers worldwide and produces a series of extremely dynamic and elegant supercar models including 350GT, Miura, Espada, Countach Diablo, Murciélago, Reventón Coupe, Reventón Roadster, Gallardo LP 560-4 Coupé and Spyder, Gallardo LP 570-4 Superleggera and convertible LP 570-4 Spyder Performante and Aventador LP 700-4.

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 About Blancpain and Lamborghini

 After five years of cooperation, the cooperation between Blancpain and Lamborghini has become closer and stronger. Swiss watchmaker Le Brassus Blancpain and Italian supercar maker Lamborghini Sant’Agata Bolognese have similar brand values: trustworthy, excellence, and technology pioneers. Although the two brands belong to different fields, their relentless pursuit of innovation and excellence is the driving force for their success.
 The Lamborghini Blancpain Super Trofeo is a single-brand event. In the 2013 season, this international event will host its fifth competition in Europe, reignite the war in Asia, and land in the United States for the first time.

Lamborghini Gallardo racing in the rain