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    NEW DRIVER LINEUP IN 2020 FOR US RACETRONICS’ LAMBORGHINI SUPER TROFEO CAMPAIGN

    • Aug 06, 2020
    Monrovia, California (Thursday, August 6, 2020) – US RaceTronics (USRT) is looking forward to getting the 2020 Lamborghini Super Trofeo season underway with their new driver lineup. The team is extremely grateful for the steps that IMSA and Lamborghini have taken to make the race event as safe as possible for all the participants due to COVID-19. USRT is happy to have Steven Aghakhani and Jacob Eidson back for another season of racing, building on the results they achieved last year. The ProAm duo has done a lot of testing and training with this extended off-season and it’ll be great to see those results on track. The team is excited to welcome Leo Lamelas and John Hennessy to their driver lineup. Lamelas unfortunately hasn’t been able to test as much

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    Aghakhani Wins Lamborghini Am World Finals with Fourth Win of the Weekend

    • Oct 29, 2019
    Monrovia, California (Tuesday, October 29, 2019) – Steven Aghakhani made a statement this weekend in Jerez, Spain. The 16-year-old, Southern California native, became the youngest Lamborghini Super Trofeo World Champion on Sunday with his fourth consecutive win of the weekend. Aghakhani came into the weekend focused on winning. His goal was to win every pole and every race and that’s exactly what he did. Aghakhani missed winning the North American championship by one point, but that just seemed to fuel his fire even more. He drove every session with precision and remained cool and calm under pressure.   Aghakhani started Race 2 in the No. 106 Lamborghini of Beverly Hills from pole, but was passed in the first turn by Jake Rattenbury in the No. 33 car. Aghakhani stuck to

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    Aghakhani Dominates Am World Final Race 1 in Win from Pole

    • Oct 26, 2019
    Jerez, Spain (Saturday, October 26, 2019) – It was an exciting day for US RaceTronics’ drivers today at the 2019 Lamborghini Super Trofeo World Finals.  Steven Aghakhani won the pole for both World Final Am races in morning qualifying with a remarkable pole time for Race 1 of 1’42.239 and an equally amazing lap time of 1’42.216 for tomorrow’s Race 2 pole. These were the first overall pole positions for the 16-year-old rookie from Southern California. Aghakhani followed up his great qualifying with an impressive victory in Race 1 of the World Finals crossing the finish line in the No. 106 Lamborghini of Beverly Hills with a gap of 8.893 seconds over second-place finisher McKay Snow. Aghakhani was cool and collected throughout the race doing exactly what he needed to

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