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Dilantha Malagamuwa - Amazing Lamborghini Racer
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Dilantha Ranjula Bandara Malagamuwa was born on 24 June 1963 in Kurunegala, Sri Lanka. He studied at St. Anne’s College and Trinity College Kandy. He started racing at the age of 16 by winning a motor cycle race. In 1983 Dilantha participated in his first International race in Calcutta, India and managed to finish 6th. After the race he met Matsumoto Kenmei, a Japanese motorbike racer who persuaded him to come to Japan to expand his racing career. In 1985 he went to Japan and in 1997 became the first non Japanese Asian to compete in the Japan top level Formula Nippon (F3000). Followings are the racing history of Dilantha Malagamuwa.
1995 - N1 Championship (Japan) - Champion
2002 - Bathurst 24 Hours Race (AUS) - 1st Runner Up (Class A)
2006 - Malaysia Super Car Series - Champion
2007 - Malaysia Super Car Series - Champion
2008 - Aston Martin Asia Cup - 1st Runner Up
2009 - Aston Martin Asia Cup - 1st Runner Up
2010 - Malaysia GT Super Series - 1st Runner Up
2010 - GT Asia - Champion
2011 - GT Asia - 1st Runner Up
2011 - Malaysia GT Super Series - Champion
2013 - Asian Le Mans - Champion (GTC Am)[22]
2014 - Lamborghini Super Trofeo Asian series 2014 - 1st Runner up.
2015 - Lamborghini Super Trofeo Asian series 2015 - 1st Runner up.
2016 - Lamborghini Super Trofeo Asian series 2016 - Champion (PRO-AM B).
2017 - NGK Enduro 3 Hour Endurance Race (Dubai) - Champion
2017 - Blancpain GT Sports Club (Europe) overall - Champion (Xtra Class)
2017 - Lamborghini Super Trofeo World Finals, Imola, Italy (Race 2) - 3rd Place (AM Class - 5th Place Overall)
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