On January 26, 2015 Automobili Lamborghini appointed Giorgio Sanna as
the Head of their Motorsport division. Sanna will immediately take charge of
the three international single-make series which are organised by Lamborghini’s
Motorsport division -- the Lamborghini Blancpain Super Trofeo, the GT3 programmes
and the Esperienza and Accademia driving courses designed for customers. He
will report directly to Maurizio Reggiani, Lamborghini Board Member for
Research and Development.
Sanna began working at Lamborghini in 2001 as a test driver in the
Research and Development department. For over ten years he has contributed to
the development of all Lamborghini production models and special versions. Previously
Sanna was the Chief R&D test driver for Lamborghini. He also contributed to
the development of racing cars which were produced by the company.
Over the years Sanna has cultivated his passion for racing and has
many records to his name. He was in one of the driving teams which achieved the
2002 FIA world speed record over 24 hours in the VW W12 prototype on the Nardo
circuit. He still holds the FIA world record for production cars over a
distance in one hour. He accomplished this at the same Nardo Circuit in a
Lamborghini Murciélago. Sanna has also participated in the Italian ‘Superstars’
and the GT3 Championship for Audi Italia from 2006 to 2009. He earned the title
of Italian GT Champion in 2011 and since 2013 he has been racing as the
official test driver for Automobili Lamborghini in the Italian GT Cup and the
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