In the last round of the Lamborghini Blancpain Super Trofeo, Bonaldi Motorsport and the couple Amstutz-Kujala became the champions in the team and in the PRO-AM championships on the Spanish racetrack in Valencia…
Martin Kodric in PRO, the couple Amstutz-Kujala and Will Moore in PRO-AM, Mark Ineichen in the AM categories were Bonaldi Motorsport flagships in the last round of Lamborghini Blancpain Super Trofeo on the Spanish racetrack in Valencia. The English driver Moore was a piece of news. He had previous experience in the British GT and in the Challenge Ginetta, while Ineichen was back after the first round he had raced in Monza. Qualifying Practice was with highs and lows. Kujala gained the best position with his second PRO-AM placing in the first session. After a subdued session, Kodric did better in the second one with his fifth absolute position. Ineichen gained a good fourth position in the second session.
To launch the first unlucky race for Bonaldi Motorsport crews, Ineichen was forced to drop out due to an accident he underwent after few laps from the start. Kujala didn’t have a better luck. After an excellent start, he ended his race on the escape route of the curve Nieto after an accident with another driver. Kodric performed well gaining positions from the tenth to the fourth placing in the PRO category. The beginner Moore ended his race on a good seventh PRO-AM position.
Race 2 was exciting: last victories in PRO-AM category and in the team standings were to be won. Amstutz, who started on the last position on the pit lane, had to protect his margin of four points on his follower Breukers. Looking at the standing, the Swiss driver had a watchful performance and passed his car to Kujala after gaining some positions. The Finnish driver performed smartly as usual: he finally overtook Breukers winning the championship. Kodric performed a decisive overtaking on the PRO champion Lind and reached the fourth absolute position and this enabled Bonaldi Motorsport to win the team championship. Moore had a good performance. He placed eighth while Ineichen underwent again an accident from another driver.