After a very long stop period the day on which the Lamborghini Super Trofeo teams will be able to return to the circuit and finally restart their engines is approaching. During the second weekend of August, Misano Adriatico will officially start the 2020 season of the Lamborghini Super Trofeo. We are all back to races full of enthusiasm and energy. Mechanics, drivers and the organization never stopped working during this long forced break to be at their best for the debut of the Team in the Trofeo.
In addition to Jonathan Cecotto, the American Patrick Liddy will bring the colors of GSM Racing to the track. Already a Super Trophy driver in the United States since 2018, Liddy born in 1997, he has been included in the Lamborghini Young Driver Program in and has competed in both the Pro and Pro-Am category, always achieving excellent results. “I am really excited to join Jonathan Cecotto and GSM Racing to compete in the Lamborghini Super Trofeo in Europe” said Patrick Liddy “Competing in Pro racing in Europe is a dream come true for me. Jonathan and I know the car well and we have both worked hard on our fitness and driving in this unconventional offseason and I think we will perform very well out of the gate. I am convinced that together with the Team we will be able to achieve a high level of performance on the track “.
After the Misano race, the calendar will continue with Nürburgring circuit on September 5, Barcelona on October 11, Spa on October 24 to end on the French Paul Ricad Circuit on November 15.
Moreover, the Progea logo will be shown on the Lamborghini Huracàn Super Trophy Evo livery. Progea has also chosen to continue supporting the GSM Grillini Racing Team for 2020 after an exciting experience with the GSM WRS Racing team at the World Endurance Championships of 2019.