Plenty of driving schools will teach you how to get around a track at speed. But what are you supposed to do when you encounter a 12-foot Colorado snowbank in your Aventador? Lamborghini has an answer to that, and I want to go to there.
Filed under "Things that sound fun as shit," Lamborghini announced today that they will be launching their first-ever winter driving school in North America next year in Aspen and Snowmass, Colorado.
Lamborghini has been running a winter school in Italy for years, and now it finally comes to the U.S. as well. It's now easier for Americans to learn to hoon an Aventador and a Huracan on ice and snow.
Here's what Lamborghini says about their Winter Accademia:
Held in small groups with only two participants per vehicle, participants will practice emergency braking, hone drifting skills and perfect full-lap road course driving methods on the snow in Lamborghini vehicles. The program has been designed to give the participants a maximum of driving time, starting early in the morning and continuing all day long. In addition to the driving instruction, two nights of lodging, a group dinner, breakfast and lunch while at the track, and a photo/video package are included as part of the program.
Right now there's two sessions in February and you can register here.
Interestingly, the school costs $5,995, or five bucks less than Lamborghini's stupid smartphone. Which one would you rather have?