TPC Racing Bringing Season-High Three Lamborghinis to Indianapolis for IMSA Lamborghini Super Trofeo Doubleheader

INDIANAPOLIS, Indiana (September 14, 2023) – TPC Racing is expanding its Lamborghini Super Trofeo efforts to three cars this weekend at the famed Brickyard when Lamborghini Super Trofeo North America debuts at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, part of IMSA’s Battle On The Bricks weekend, Sept. 15 – 17.

The program will include a car in three of four Super Trofeo classes. Shehan Chandrasoma and Nikko Reger return in the No. 20 Lamborghini Austin Lamborghini Huracan Super Trofeo EVO2 in the Pro-Am Class for the third consecutive event and will be joined by Am Class competitors Marco Cirone and Sebastian Carazo in the No. 82 Lamborghini Austin/TPC Racing Super Trofeo EVO2 and LBCup driver Alan Grossberg in the No. 2 TPC Racing/Dream Racing Huracan.

The weekend features a pair of 50-minute races, with the first at 11:50 a.m. ET on Saturday, September 16. The back half of the doubleheader takes place on Sunday at 10:40 a.m. ET. Both races can be seen live for free at or via subscription to Peacock, both live and on-demand.

Chandrasoma returns for his third consecutive race weekend with TPC Racing, and his second with co-drier Nikko Reger. The defending Am-class champion took a step forward into Pro-Am this season and currently sits in a five-way tie for fifth place in the season-long point standings, just five points away from third.

Cirone, Carazo and Grossberg will make their TPC Racing debuts this weekend. For the Italian-born Cirone who now lives in Canada, it’s an opportunity to pair his roots with his racing for his Lamborghini Super Trofeo debut. He’ll pull double duty at Indianapolis, where he’ll race in Porsche Carrera Cup under another tent at the same time. Cirone is a 2023 race winner in that single-make championship and currently sits second in the Pro-Am points.

Like his co-driver, Carazo has had success in multiple forms of racing. The 2019 Porsche GT3 Cup and 2022 Porsche Sprint Cup Championship winner is currently second in the IMSA VP Racing Sportscar Challenge standings, coming off of a podium finish at VIR. He knows the Lamborghini Huracan Super Trofeo EVO2 well, however, finishing second a season ago in the Pro-Am class with co-driver Bryan Ortiz and winning at the World Finals in Portimão, Portugal.

Grossberg is making his first start this season in Lamborghini Super Trofeo action, but earned a podium a year ago in the Pro-Am class at NOLA Motorsports Park. Grossberg is making his first appearance at the Brickyard, and his debut under the TPC Racing tent in a partnership with Dream Racing.

While the TPC Racing Lamborghini Super Trofeo program is in Indianapolis, another meaningful part of the program will be taking place at Summit Point Raceway (and virtually, from anywhere). TPC Racing remains a proud partner in the Porsche Club of America Potomac/Erin Levitas Foundation charity weekend and silent auction, now operating for its sixth consecutive year. The Erin Levitas Foundation, named for TPC Racing founder Michael Levitas’ daughter, aims to prevent sexual assault with education for youth and young adults to prevent sexual assault and help survivors heal. By visiting, fans and racers can bid on items ranging from track days to artwork, concert and football tickets, and more. The auction closes at 7 p.m. ET on Saturday, Sept. 16.

The race weekend gets underway with a pair of practice sessions on Friday, Sept. 15, followed by Saturday morning’s qualifying sessions at 8 a.m. ET. Saturday’s race gets the green flag at 11:50 a.m. ET, with Sunday’s race at 10:40 a.m. ET. Both races are live on Peacock or on

Harris Levitas, TPC Racing Director of Race Operations: “This is going to be a really great weekend. We have the most cars that we’ve had all season in Super Trofeo and a chance to be really competitive in all three classes. Shehan and Nikko have become a strong Pro Am pairing, and we’ve seen Marco and Sebastian really wheel a car in everything they’ve been a part of. It will be nice to have them both on our team for a change! Dream Racing and TPC Racing have been working closely since the beginning of the year behind the scenes, and we’re grateful to Alan for being a part of that relationship and getting back behind the wheel. First and foremost, we’re all motorsports enthusiasts at TPC Racing, so to have a great group of people racing for us and to be able to do it at Indianapolis is just the icing on the cake. We’re ready for the weekend and look forward to seeing what it brings.”

Alan Grossberg, Driver – No. 2 TPC Racing/Dream Racing Lamborghini Huracan: “It really makes me happy to be joining Harris and the guys at TPC Racing. I still have the support of Dream Racing, so it’s nice to have them working together to create the opportunity for me to drive. It’s exciting to come back and make a start at Indy because it’s such an iconic place, and I’m looking forward to racing there for the first time.”

Marco Cirone, Driver – No. 82 Lamborghini Austin/TPC Racing Lamborghini Huracan: “I’m really looking forward to this weekend and getting my first taste of the Lamborghini paddock. It’s going to be a lot of fun despite how busy I’ll be. My number one goal is to get across those bricks at the finish, first and foremost. If we can keep it clean and out of trouble, everything else will take care of itself.”

Sebastian Carazo, Driver – No. 82 Lamborghini Austin/TPC Racing Lamborghini Huracan: “I’m excited to be back competing in Lamborghini Super Trofeo alongside Marco and TPC Racing for the upcoming races in Indy. I’m looking forward to seeing what we can achieve together this weekend! It’s always a great opportunity to work with Harris and the entire team at TPC. Marco and I get to drive at a historic track, and hopefully we can bring home some hardware at the end of the weekend.”

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