The celebrations after clinching multiple-titles in the Blancpain GT Series Asia championship last month at Ningbo many now be just a (lovely) memory, but for the FFF Racing by ACM Team, there is still one more big push this year as the Chinese-based team had of Vallelunga in Italy for the Lamborghini Super Trofeo World Finals this coming weekend (15-18 November).

FFF Racing lead the way in the Super Trofeo Asia Championship with Andrea Amici and Artur Janosz riding high in their #63 Lamborghini Huracan in the Pro-standings ahead of teammates Jack Bartholomew and James Pull in the #19. Both sides of the garage can win the title, although the #63 entry is firm favourite thanks to a 25-point lead.

“It’s been a very successful campaign for us with wins and a championship to be won,” stated Team Principal Andrea Caldarelli. “As ever we head into the event keen to maximise our opportunities in what is a sensational event.”

While mathematically in with a chance of the title, Bartholomew is realistic on his chances and is simply seeking a strong finish to his already impressive campaign which includes the Super Trofeo Middle East title alongside his teammate Pull.

“I am feeling positive going into this weekend,” the British driver said. “The biggest and most important of the year. We are looking good to finish the Asian championship strongly and give a good showing in the World Finals. I hope to be right up the front with the top guys from all round the world it won’t be easy but I’m ready for the challenge. I can’t wait to get back behind the wheel of our #19 FFF machine!”

The World Finals will crown the Super Trofeo Asia champion as well as being a competition in its own right with over 60 entries expected from Asia, North America and Europe.