There’s nothing worse than stalling with your car lengthwise across a large chunk of a track, mid-turn. Stalling in the regular direction you’d be on track is dangerous enough. The No. 31 Cadillac was extremely lucky it didn’t get t-boned. Here’s the iffy moment that brought out the second full course yellow at…
Someone help this poor, hopeless Lamborghini. The No. 46 Huracán GT3 of EBi Motors got hopelessly, ridiculously lost after plowing off the track at Daytona’s bus stop turn just after seven hours into tonight’s Rolex 24.
Always pay attention in an active garage area. Why? Because getting hit by a car sucks.
Normally, Ferrari is the Italian marque most associated with random car fires, but in the first hour of the 24 Hours of Daytona it’s Lamborghini’s turn to become a car-b-que.
Jeroen Mul in the No. 16 Change Racing Lamborghini Huracán GT3 gets the honor of being the very first person to crash at the Rolex 24. Already. Eight minutes into a 24-hour race.
GoPro’s latest miracle of the NoseCam brings us a lap around Sebring thanks to a camera stuffed inside Change Racing driver Corey Lewis’ helmet. I have to admit: this looks like a genuinely nice place to sit. The cabin is neatly organized, and the audio is beyond fantastic. Sit back and enjoy a lap of Lambo bliss.
Wider means faster. Possibly.
If you’ve been watching the 24 Hours of Daytona, you may have been baffled by the speed of the Lamborghinis. Several drivers mentioned that the Lamborghini Huracán GT3s are significantly faster than the rest of the GTD class, but the two leading Lamborghinis solved that issue by taking each other out late at night.
There’s something vaguely prehistoric about a Lamborghini Huracán GT3 race car with a neon green back window. Lizardlike. Beastly. Photo credit: Lamborghini GT3
Some cars just beg of you, plead with you to go faster. That’s what Matt Sanders of Autocar thought of the new Lamborghini Huracán GT3 after driving one flat out on track. The fruit of Lambo’s first factory racing effort works better at higher speeds. Go faster. Why aren’t you going faster? You should be going faster.
MMM. Cold tires on a moist track. Here’s footage of the Lamborghini Huracán GT3 that was revealed yesterday in action. It looks like they hand-picked all the slip-slidiest moments for our amusement, but it definitely makes this car look like a bit of a handful.
Lamborghini presented its new Huracán GT3 race car at its headquarters this morning, and it looks like Lambo's serious effort at racing is really paying off. Look at this car. Look at it and try to argue that it won't kick sand in your face and take your lunch money. Then cry when you fail.
It's not like Lamborghini gave us the world's most obvious teaser or anything. Here's a video clip of that "new visionary year" thingamadoo they were on about.