2016 Lamborghini Super Trofeo Asia: Double podium for Armaan Ebrahim at Sepang

Second in Race 1 and third in Race 2 for the Dilango Racing duo

Overdrive August 17, 2016 16:52:46 IST
2016 Lamborghini Super Trofeo Asia: Double podium for Armaan Ebrahim at Sepang

Armaan Ebrahim and team-mate Dilantha Malagamuwa continued their strong performance in the 2016 Lamborghini Blancpain Super Trofeo Asia series at the Sepang International Circuit. The pair finished second in the first race and third in the second race.

Their performance was strong from the very outset, with Armaan taking pole for Race 1, and Dilantha taking second spot on the grid for the second race.

In the first race, Armaan built a strong lead all through the race. However, when he handed the car to Dilantha, after the mandatory...

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