Change Racing Clinches Second Consecutive Championship

DANVILLE, Va. (Aug. 24, 2014) – Change Racing’s Kevin Conway clinched his second consecutive championship Sunday, Aug. 24 at Viriginia International Raceway.

Conway, from Charlotte, North Carolina, needed to exit this weekend with a lead of 31 points or more to clinch the Drivers Championship. He is 52 points ahead of second-place John Farano after finishing second and third, respectively, in Rounds 9 and 10 at VIR in the No. 29 entry fielded by Change Racing and representing Lamborghini Carolinas.

“Excited, all in all, for Lamborghini Carolinas to lock up our Drivers Championship and continue in our lead with the Team Championship,” Conway said. “I just want to thank Robby Benton and Eddie Littlefield. All of our guys worked really hard. We were looking for a better result (in the races), but we’ll take this, and it adds a lot of fuel to the fire heading into the last two rounds of the season. We’ve locked up the Drivers Championship, so it’s all about the Team Championship now.”

Change Racing has a 12-point lead on Mitchum Motorsports in the Team Championship heading into the last two rounds of the season Oct. 1-3 at Road Atlanta in Braselton, Georgia

Conway finished third, his seventh podium finish in 10 rounds this season.

The weekend at VIR continued a busy stretch of action worldwide for the Lamborghini Blancpain Super Trofeo championship, which continues to reach new levels of success at every round in Europe, North America and Asia.

The Lamborghini Huracán LP 620-2 Super Trofeo also was on display at Lamborghini Village at the circuit throughout the weekend. The Huracán LP 620-2 Super Trofeo will begin competition in 2015 in all three global Lamborghini Blancpain Super Trofeo series, Europe, Asia and North America.
ROUND 10 POST-RACE QUOTES:

KEVIN CONWAY (No. 29 Lamborghini Carolinas, third): “It wasn’t quite as good as yesterday. We made some adjustments on the car. It just got a little bit too free at the end. We had a little too much oversteer to contend. I just tried to make the most of the day in the points, and now with Mitchum in the championship, we’re neck and neck. We’ll take that to Rounds 11 and 12 of the championship at Road Atlanta, Petit Le Mans. Excited, all in all, for Lamborghini Carolinas to lock up our Drivers Championship and continue in our lead with the Team Championship. I just want to thank Robby Benton and Eddie Littlefield. All of our guys worked really hard. We were looking for a better result, but we’ll take this, and it adds a lot of fuel to the fire heading into the last two rounds of the season. We’ve locked up the Drivers Championship, so it’s all about the Team Championship now.”