When you were 13, were you winning your class in global time attack from behind the wheel of a Lamborghini Huracán Super Trofeo race car? No. You were not, because you are not Steven Aghakhani.
There is one weekend in the United States where you can see the cars from Le Mans up close and in person, and we’re there. Between the World Endurance Championship and a boatload of IMSA’s sportscar series, there are so many rad cars here that it’s easy to just lose yourself in the madness.
‘Merica loves you, too, Lamborghini. Spotted on a Lamborghini Super Trofeo car during Lone Star Le Mans weekend.
Lamborghini Super Trofeo driver Shinya Michimi put on a masterclass on catching a tank slapper during practice yesterday. You know, that uncomfortable moment where your car loses its own back end and you’re on the worst sideways see-saw ever. Enjoy this Code Lam-brown-ghini.
Happy Independence Day! Here’s all the America you could possibly want, in all the patriotic liveries that showed up to race during the 6 Hours of the Glen weekend at Watkins Glen. We’ll be back to our regular programming tomorrow, but for now, enjoy the holiday and be careful with those fireworks.
The Lamborghini Blancpain Super Trofeo World Finals conclude today, so we’ll soon find out who’s the best
pelican avoider Lambo one-make series driver in the world. Ever wonder what these cars look like underneath all that mean bodywork? Wonder no more.
This weekend, an insane amount of lustworthy race cars descends upon the town where I live: Porsche GT3 Cup, the Continental Tire Sports Car Challenge, Lamborghini Super Trofeo, United SportsCar and the World Endurance Championship. Here’s some of the cars I saw running practice laps last week. Come drool with us.
I’m off to one of the most historic race tracks in America for the third round of the North American Endurance Cup: the 6 Hours of the Glen. Watkins Glen is one of the toughest, most unforgiving circuits on the United SportsCar schedule, and we’ll see who wins—and who eats the pastel blue wall.
If you've worked hard, made yourself a success, and gotten a bit of money in your life, you can buy a yacht. ORRRRR a Lamborghini Gallardo Super Trofeo race car, because race car. And they look awesome.
This video of racer Giorgio Bartocci almost burning alive in a Lamborghini race car after an awful crash this weekend is both graphic and infuriating, as you can see the "safety crew" idling about as teammates extract the burning driver.
If you've got $260,000 in between the couch cushions then Lamborghini suggests you drop that money on the Lamborghini Blancpain Super Trofeo racing series set to launch on May 3 at the Silverstone Circuit in the UK. For that change you get a track-modified Lamobrghini LP 560-4 stripped down to 2,800 pounds and…