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DW Evans GT is geared up for an exhilarating season in the Lamborghini Super Trofeo Asia Championship. After a three-year pause caused by the global pandemic, the intercontinental one-make series returns to action, promising intense competition and unforgettable racing moments.

The 2023 season kicks off at the iconic Sepang International Circuit in Malaysia, evoking memories of the very first Super Trofeo Asia race held there in 2012. From there, DW Evans GT ventures into new territory as the championship makes history by heading to Australia. The Bend Motorsport Park near Adelaide will host a Super Trofeo round for the first time, offering a thrilling challenge to drivers and delighting fans down under.

As the series continues its journey across the Asia Pacific region, the championship heads to the legendary Fuji circuit in Japan, where the drivers will face its renowned twists and turns nestled amidst the majestic Mount Fuji. The racing action then shifts to South Korea, with Everland Speedway playing host to the thrilling battles of the Super Trofeo contenders.

The penultimate round takes place in China at Shanghai, adding another spectacular destination to the championship’s diverse calendar. Finally, DW Evans GT will join forces with drivers from the European and North American championships at the Lamborghini Grand Finals, held at the prestigious Vallelunga Circuit in Italy. 

With a rich history and a growing grid, the Lamborghini Super Trofeo Asia Championship has become a breeding ground for motorsport excellence. DW Evans GT is ready to leave their mark on this professional series, aiming to add their name to the list of Super Trofeo Asia champions while thrilling fans with their skill, speed, and determination.

Lamborghini Super Trofeo Asia – Calendar 2023

Round 1: Sepang (Malaysia), 5-7 May

Round 2: Adelaide (Australia), 9-11 June

Round 3: Fuji (Japan), 14-16 July

Round 4: Everland Speedway (South Korea) 18-20 August

Round 5: Shanghai (China) 8-10 September

Round 6: Vallelunga (Italy) 16-19 November