Lamborghini | 2024 World Finals set to be held at Jerez

by Sports Staff

The 2024 edition of the Lamborghini World Finals will take place at Jerez de la Frontera on the weekend of November 21-24.

The circuit named after Angel Nieto returns once again to host the final round of the Super Trofeo, as in 2019, with the one-make series lining up for the closing rounds of the Europe, Asia and North America series in Spain.

After the final rounds, on Saturday and Sunday all the protagonists of the various championships will then be pooled together to challenge for the titles in the PRO, PRO/AM, AM and Lamborghini Cup Classes.

The announcement was made in the 2023 World Finals at Vallelunga, during the awards ceremony for the Champions of the three series, in the Congress Centre of the Piero Taruffi racetrack on the outskirts of Rome.

Next year the Super Trofeo Europa will see the Huracan ST EVO2s take to the track at Imola, Spa-Francorchamps and Le Mans in support races of the FIA World Endurance Championship, plus Nürburgring and Barcelona in the rounds of the GT World Challenge Europe. For North America rounds have been scheduled together with the IMSA SportsCar Championship at Sebring, Laguna Seca, Watkins Glen and Indianapolis, in addition to the FIA WEC event at Austin. Finally, Super Trofeo Asia will race at Sepang, The Bend, Inje Speedium, Fuji and Shanghai, thus touching five different countries.

In November the three series will then get together at Jerez for the final two races of the series, before tackling the finals.

“Next year we will debut with our new SC63 LMDh in the WEC and IMSA championships, so we are really proud that in these races we will be able to have the support of the Super Trofeo and offer all our participants the opportunity to see the prototype in action”, said Giorgio Sanna, Head of Motorsport at Lamborghini.

Daniil Kvyat and Andrea Caldarelli, who together with Romain Grosjean and Mirko Bortolotti will drive the SC63, then took to the stage at the awards ceremony. During the evening, Caldarelli was confirmed as the first IMSA driver, while Kvyat officially forms part of the WEC crew.

Lamborghini Super Trofeo Europe

Imola (Italy), 19-21 April – FIA WEC

Spa-Francorchamps (Belgium), 9-11 May – FIA WEC

Le Mans (France), 11-15 June – FIA WEC, 24 Hours of Le Mans

Nürburgring (Germany), 26-28 July – GT World Challenge Europe

Barcelona (Spain), 11-13 October – GT World Challenge Europe

Jerez (Spain), 21-24 November

Lamborghini Super Trofeo North America

Sebring (Florida), 13-16 March – IMSA

Laguna Seca (California), 10-12 May – IMSA

Watkins Glen (New York), 21-23 June – IMSA

Circuit of the Americas (Texas), 31 August-1 September – FIA WEC

Indianapolis (Indiana), 20-22 September – IMSA

Jerez (Spain), 21-24 November

Lamborghini Super Trofeo Asia

Sepang (Malaysia), 3-5 May

The Bend (Australia), 7-9 June

Inje (South Korea), 19-21 July

Fuji (Japan), 16-18 August

Shanghai (China), September

Jerez (Spain), 21-24 November

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