Poor Matt Farah was trying to have a time of his life driving a supercharged Lamborghini Huracan in the canyons of California when he ran into this logger man, dragging a big chunk of tree just down the road. And breaking things.

We could discuss whether VF Engineering’s bolt-on Eaton 2.3 liter supercharger kit is what the Huracan needed all along instead of having less power in a rear-wheel drive chassis. Alternatively, we could talk about the person driving a Ford Explorer dragging a giant log along, destroying road posts along his way.

What’s for sure is that the Lamborghini’s setup is good for 806 horsepower and 610 pound feet of torque, otherwise known as the perfect recipe for four-wheel burnouts. And unlike those drag-happy turbo Lambos, this car can also go slowly. Sounds perfect.

Both topics deserve further discussion.

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