Lamborghini Super Trofeo Middle East will make a welcome re-visitation of the worldwide motorsport schedule in January 2022, following a two-year rest brought about by the episode of the COVID-19 pandemic. The title, which is coordinated by the motorsport division of Automobili Lamborghini, Squadra Corse and saved for Huracán Super Trofeo Evo vehicles, will require more than 10 days, six races at two of the most notable circuits in the area.
The primary version of the Middle East title occurred in 2017, with that very end-of-the-week design on similar tracks, trailed by additional effective seasons in 2018 and 2019. Generally, 69 drivers have participated in the Super Trofeo Middle East to date, with drivers like Frederik Schandorff, who won the 2019 Pro class title, likewise being delegated Lamborghini Super Trofeo World Finals victor later around the same time, hustling in the International GT Open and remembered for the Lamborghini GT3 Junior Drivers program.
The opening round will be questioned on the penultimate end of the week in January at the Yas Marina circuit in Abu Dhabi, the host scene of the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix. After seven days, the title takes off to the close by Dubai Autodrome to finish up the mission.
Each round will feature three 50-minute races, as opposed to the standard two per weekend in the European, Asian, and North American championships, and promise the best value-for-money and track time for competing drivers and teams.
The weekends will start with a pair of 60-minute free practice sessions before two 20-minute qualifying sessions following. The grid for Race 1 will be set by the fastest times achieved in Q1, with the Race 2 grid being determined by the results of Q2. The order for the final race will be decided by the combined Q1 and Q2 times. The championship-winning teams and drivers from each of the four classes (Pro, Pro-Am, Am, and Lamborghini Cup) will receive their entry to the 2022 World Finals free of charge.