Heroes of two worlds: Lamborghini Squadra Corse conquers Asia and America

Martin Kodric and Dennis Lind extended their Blancpain GT Series Asia championship lead by claiming a first victory aboard their FFF Racing Team Lamborghini Huracán GT3 in Suzuka’s second race.
The consistency of three podiums had helped Lind and Kodric top the GT3 standings prior to round six, but the duo finally broke their victory duck in today’s 60-minute race to extend their overall advantage at 2018’s halfway mark. Next up it’s Fuji Speedway, which hosts rounds seven and eight on July 21/22.
Martin Kodric, #19 FFF Racing Team Lamborghini Huracán GT3: “We knew it would be a tough race starting from P5. I did everything I could: I made a really good start and was alongside my team-mate Marco [Mapelli], but obviously we didn’t want to do anything silly so I backed off and focused on maintaining the pace. We were well positioned at the pitstops but knew the penalty would cost us time, so Dennis [Lind] did a great job to move up the order”.
Marco Mapelli and Hiroshi Hamaguchi top the PRO-AM standings as they claimed the fourth position and the class victory in race two, sharing the wheel of the second FFF Racing by ACM Lamborghini car.
From Asia to America: third step of GTD podium for Bryan Sellers and Madison Snow, driving Paul Miller Huracán GT3 #48 at the end of the Sahlen’s Six Hours of the Glen. After starting seventh, the Paul Miller Racing duo finished in third, earning the fifth podium of the season.
Last but not least, Lamborghini celebrated another huge success with Marcos Gomez and Chico Longo winning the legendary 500 Km de Interlagos, second round of the Brazilian Endurance Championship, and getting the fastest lap at the wheel of the Via Italia Racing’s Huracán GT3

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