Since 2014, 400 examples of the Huracán Super Trofeo and GT3 race cars have been produced alongside road-going cars in Lamborghini's Sant’Agata Bolognese assembly line. The Huracán GT3 has won nearly 100 races in the most prestigious GT championships in the world.
These are the motorsports milestones that Lamborghini has celebrated in its headquarters, also in Sant’Agata Bolognese where road and racing "raging bulls" have been made since 1963.
"We are proud of the milestone, which is important not only for Squadra Corse but for the whole company," said Automobili Lamborghini President and CEO Stephan Winkelmann.
Squadra Corse is Lamborghini's racing division.
Winkelmann added, "In a few years, Squadra Corse has established itself in the most important international competitions and the Huracán GT3 and Super Trofeo are an undisputed point of reference in the Gran Turismo category.”
The first Huracán Super Trofeo was presented in 2014, replacing the Gallardo in Lamborghini’s single-make championship in North America, Europe, Asia and the Middle East.
The following year, the Huracán GT3 made its debut, which marked the brand's official entry into GT racing.
Over the next six seasons, the Huracán GT3, and its successor the GT3 Evo, have won nearly 100 races, including the prestigious Daytona 24 Hours, a record three consecutive times.
The GT3 Evo has also won the coveted Sebring 12 Hours twice, as well as the “triple crown” of the GT World Challenge Europe in 2019.
In 2020 alone, the Huracán GT3 Evos were represented by 24 different teams in 15 national and international championships, and covered a total of 20,000 kilometers across 88 different drivers.
Aside from the various technicians who build the Huracán race cars everyday, the event in which the milestone was celebrated was also attended by Maurizio Reggiani, Chief Technical Officer, Ranieri Niccoli, Chief Manufacturing Officer, and Giorgio Sanna, Head of Motorsport
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