Lamborghini Blancpain Super Trofeo
Patrick Kujala takes his eighth victory of the season in Nürburgring and wins 2015 Lamborghini Blancpain Super Trofeo Europe
Patrick Kujala is the 2015 Lamborghini Blancpain Super Trofeo Europe Champion. The Bonaldi Motorsport driver won Race Two in Nürburgring and crowned as the new champion with still one round to go.
The 19-year old Finnish driver experienced a weekend to remember as he took his third double after those achieved in Monza and Silverstone. His closest rival today, Daniel Zampieri, did his best to spoil Kujala’s weekend by twice taking second place in his Antonelli Motorsport Car.
Blancpain Endurance Series
McLaren wins the last round of the Blancpain Endurance Series at the Nürburgring Chiyo, Reip, Buncombe take 2015 drivers title
After what was arguably the most exciting race of the season, Katsumasa Chiyo, Wolfgang Reip and Alex Buncombe took the 2015 Blancpain Endurance Series drivers title. The Nissan GT Academy Team RJN GT-R trio crossed the finish line of the Nürburgring season finale in third, which gave them a three-point lead in the final standings of the season.
The overall win at the Nürburgring went to the #58 Von Ryan Racing McLaren of Rob Bell, Shane Van Gisbergen and Kevin Estre, having started from 24th on the grid. Bentley Boys Andy Meyrick, Guy Smith and Steven Kane finished in second, which gave them second in the championship as well. Fourth for the #1 Audi was enough for Belgian Audi Club Team WRT to take the teams title in Pro Cup.
In Pro-Am Cup the win went to one of the stalwarts of the Blancpain Endurance Series, the #14 Emil Frey Racing Jaguar, much to the joy of the Swiss team and drivers Gabriele Gardel, Lorenz Frey and Fredy Barth. The #16 Akka ASP Ferrari took the win in Am Cup, thus claiming the teams title in the Am Cup. Fifth place for the #24 Team Parker Racing Audi of Ian Loggie and Julian Westwood was enough to give them the Am Drivers title.