Super Trofeo Asia prepares for Sentul
After the season-start race at Sepang, Lamborghini Blancpain Super Trofeo Asia continues to move south towards ever-hotter climes in preparation for the second race of the season. For the first time this popular-throughout-Asia racing event will race in Indonesia, at the Sentul International Circuit in Java, just south of Jakarta.
Indonesian racing is historically known for short tracks with tight turns. Following this tradition, Sentul International Circuit boasts sharp corners and short straightaways. With the total length of only 4.02 km and width of 15 meters of the Sentul Circuit, the main straightaway is a mere 0.9 km long.
In despite of the difficulties caused by low-banked sharp corners, challenges also come from the heat and humid weather, which may adversely affect both cars and drivers. The light rain forecasted for this weekend may enhance difficulties for drivers during the current rain season in Indonesia.
The Lamborghini Blancpain Super Trofeo has come to its third year in Asia, which has been very well welcomed and taken in by fans of the unique Lamborghini and Blancpain lifestyle.
After winning the first two races at Sepang, Italian Max Wiser lands to Indonesia as the Championship leader.