Welsh racing driver Seb Morris is ready to embark on the busiest race week of his long and successful motorsport career when the eagerly awaited season finale of the Lamborghini Super Trofeo Europe and subsequent ‘World Finals’ take place in Italy.
Getting underway this coming Tuesday, 26th October, at Misano World Circuit Marco Simoncelli, no fewer than four races await former British GT Champion Morris – and he has his sights set on challenging for victory in the coveted World Final which will cap the week’s action next Sunday.
Morris, a former factory driver for Bentley in both GT World Challenge Europe Endurance and the Intercontinental GT Challenge, will be making only his second appearance of the year alongside team-mate Sebastian Balthasar at the wheel of Leipert Motorsport’s No.2 Lamborghini Huracan.
During his maiden outing at the Nurburgring in Germany last month, the 25-year-old from Marford secured a podium finish in race two with second position and is now determined to go one better with Balthasar at Misano, in what will be Morris’ first ever visit to the famous Italian track.
“I’m extremely looking forward to Misano, it’s going to be one of the busiest weeks of racing I’ve ever had with four races in total”, said Greenlight Sports Management racer Morris, “That’s something new and exciting, plus we have a lot of testing during the build-up so race week will actually be from Tuesday through to Sunday.
“Sebastian, my team-mate, has a lap record there and I’ve watched his onboard – he’s very quick around Misano so it’ll be great for me to learn the track from him to get up to speed, as I’ve never been there before. I’ll be surprised if we’re not challenging for podiums and wins.”