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Drive The Raging Bull of the Track - Experience Lamborghini

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To many, the Lamborghini is the ultimate expression of what a luxury supercar is about. Powerful, glamorous and with strikingly beautiful Italian styling. 

The Italian brand was founded in 1963 with the aim of putting into production a more refined touring car and to compete and challenge the established marques like Ferrari.

While the 350 GT ensured the companies survival in the early days after it's well-received debut in 1964, it was the Miura which redefined the sports coupe as a mid-engined, rear wheel drive vehicle.

The raging bull emblem and bullfighting is key to the identity of Lamborghini and continues to inspire with bullfighting references such as Aventador and Gallardo (One of the five ancestral caste's of fighting bulls).

The Countach would pioneer a futuristic new angular wedge-shaped look and the scissor doors which are often credited as a Lamborghini trademark.

At Trackdays you can get behind the wheel of famous cars such as the Gallardo, LP560, Aventador, LP570 and Huracan.

The arena awaits the Matadors.

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Lamborghini Aventador infographic

23 February 2017
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