The Italian-Serbian duo managed to win Race 1 in the morning and took P2 in the afternoon's race behind their teammate Mirko Bortolotti, the latter making the most impressive comeback of the day, fighting his way up from P13 to P1. American Richard Antinucci (O'Gara Motorsport) was only five points behind the winners, appearing twice on the podium scoring P2 in Race 1 and P3 to finish. Third place in Race 1 was taken by the Italian pole position setter Alberto Viberti (Autocarrozzeria Imperiale).
With one win each for Kevin Conway-Lawson Aschenbach and Gerhard Tweraser and Tomas Pivoda, the PRO Class World Title was awarded to the American duo (Change Racing). The GRT Grasser Racing team pair failed to finish Race 2 and had to settle for P2 overall. With them on podium in Race 1 were Mikail Grachev (Automobili Lamborghini Racing Team Germany) and Alberto di Folco (Autocarrozzeria Imperiale), and in Race 2 Mikko Eskelinen-Dimitri Enjalabert (Automonbili Lamborghini Racing Team Luxemburg) and Danial Hiqmar-Fairuz-Fauzy (GRT Grasser Racing Team).
There wasn't a single rival that could overcome Welshman Jack Rattenbury in the AM Class. The Lamborghini Racing Team UK top driver stormed his rivals winning both races and dueling head-to-head with more expert drivers. Second place overall went to the Italian Simone Pellegrinelli (DTMotorsport) who took the AM Class European Title on Friday.
In the official Awards cerimony the President and CEO of Automobili Lamborghini Stephan Winkelmann awarded to the three Class winners of the World Final the Trofeo Mamè. All winners also received from the main partner Blancpain a self-winding L-EVOLUTION Chronographe Flyback "Super Trofeo", Caliber F185.
All the attention will now be on the upcoming season when the new Lamborghini Huracán LP 620-2 will debut, sharing the grid with the Lamborghini Gallardo Super Trofeo.