2013 Lamborghini Blancpain Super Trofeo World Finals Champion
1st World Finals Champion
Sold, July, 2020
Update: Make an offer. These are challenging financial times. The Lamboghini needs to go. Make an offer. The owner will not bid against himself, but is open to all offers at this point. Make one and we’ll work to get it done for you.
This is the Ex-Andrew Palmer/Beverly Hills Lamborghini Super Trofeo World Finals Championship winning car. Palmer captured the Blancpain Super Trofeo Championship, Lamborghini’s first World Championship title, at the Vallelunga circuit in Rome, Italy, on November 23, 2013. Lamborghini Motorsports World Finals video.
Palmer also qualified on the pole, and won, his very first race with the GMG Racing LP 570-4 at Virginia International Raceway in October, 2013. That victory qualified him for the World Finals in Italy. Motorsport
Since his Super Trofeo World Championship, Palmer has driven the PR1 Motorsports Oreca FLM09 to finish 1st in class at the Daytona 24 Hours, and 1st in class at the Sebring 12 Hours. At 19 years old, Palmer also became the youngest GT winner (in only his 4th race) in the Pirelli World Challenge.
According to GMG Racing, the Super Trofeo amassed six pole positions, and four race wins, including the Super Trofeo Championship before being sold after the 2014 season.
The car’s specifications include the following:
5.2 liter V10 engine
Six speed paddle shift with AWD
Weight: 1,300 kg (2,866 lbs.)
6 point, Snell-certified, roll cage with harness
Body: Full front splitter, undertray, rear diffuser, 10 position rear wing
Suspension: Double wishbone, fully adjustable
MTA data software and beacon transmitter
Full IMSA triangle safety nets, and driver’s side window net
OMP/Lamborghini racing driver’s seat and passenger seat
Wired for radios
Tire pressure and temperature monitoring system with MTA data logging
Tire pressure warning lights
Safety wired suspension
Plus other Super Trofeo performance enhancements
After the 2014, Super Trofeo seas, on, the Super Trofeo was offered for sale at $245,000.00. It was sold to its next owner, a privateer who used the car just for track days. The car did suffer minor damage to the front bumper area. A photo of the original, damaged, bumper cover is provided here. The bumper cover was replaced, and the car was wrapped with a matte black wrap. That was the finish on the Lamborghini when it was acquired by its current owner. Since then the matte black wrap has been replaced with the current wrap as seen in the majority of the photos presented here. The current owner has also just used the car for track days.
The LP 570-4 is in “last raced condition,” meaning it is in the condition of a racing car that just finished its last race, not a show car. The car runs and drives, but would need a good going through, and usual race-prep, before being run in anger. The Super Trofeo is currently in storage in California. Contact us to arrange an inspection.
We think this is an opportunity to take home a piece of Lamborghini history. It is the first World Championship winning Lamborghini. It is currently being offered for the cost of a standard street Super Trofeo, one that has no racing history let alone wins and a Championship. We also think the greatest depreciation has already occurred for this car, and that it has excellent long term investment potential. There is only one, first World Championship winning, Lamborghini , and this is it.
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