BRAKIM Racing in Ohio is in the midst of turning a Lamborghini Gallardo into a stage rally car. Here's a full walkaround of what it's going to take.
It is a time-intensive process to say the least, from building a cage to protect the longitudinal engine sticking out the back of the chassis to the "hundreds and hundreds" of Torx head screws to take out when pulling the interior.
There are all kind of cool bits to this car that Matt Brandenburg and crew are doing. I love that they're actually going for smaller brakes, saving huge amounts of unsprung weight and being able to clear little 15" gravel tire-ready wheels.
This car is already fully stripped will be running at the Empire State Performance Rally next year, just an hour and a half from New York City. I'll be there. Will you?