2004 Lamborghini Gallardo - startup, ride, detail shots!
For my 700th video, I had originally intended to head down to Motorcars of
Georgia and film the LP700-4 Aventador. Unfortunately, that matte-white,
V12-powered beast was in the detailing bay when I was at the dealership, so
I wasn't able to get any pictures or footage of it...
No worries, though. Ed Bolian, Lamborghini Sales Director at Motorcars of
Georgia, was kind enough to take me for a spin in his 2004 Gallardo Coupe.
This machine looks absolutely amazing; probably one of my favorite
Gallardos of all time! Finished in Blue Caelum, this example has a
Lamborghini Orange County Exhaust and
fantastic gray wheels. I find it very refreshing for this example to do
without the glass engine cover; I think all the vents on the rear of this
Lambo add to it's menacing demeanor!
I have to thank Ed Bolian for making my 700th video so special! I hope you
enjoy every mile in that incredible Italian bull!
Take a look at Ed Bolian's web site, which displays more photos of this
blue Gallardo, at this link:
Also, check out Motorcars of Georgia's youtube channel here:
Thanks to everyone for watching my videos and supporting me throughout my
spotting career! All of you are what makes videos like this possible! :)
2004 Lamborghini Gallardo Ride - 100,000 view special!!
I ride in a beautiful Avorio Lilium Lamborghini Gallardo owned by Ed at
motorcars of Georgia. This car Is blue with matte grey/black rims, red
brake calipers, tinted headlights and taillights, and a light tan on black
interior. This was my first lamborghini ride so I felt it was worthy of
being my video special! This video includes details, startup, hard
accelerations, tight turns, and a little highway driving! thanks so much to
Ed at motorcars of georgia for making this happen! He is a great guy and he
has really helped me over the years! thanks for watching, dont forget to
comment rate and subscribe!
Me Driving a Lamborghini Gallardo LP560! - Accelerations, Downshifts, Etc
Yesterday I got the AMAZING opportunity to drive this sick Lamborghini
Gallardo that a friend of the family owns. I got to drive it all around
some amazing roads and it was the best thing I have ever done. It was such
an amazing car and I wish I could have those 30 minutes of my life to do
over and over again. It was my first time driving anything like this, so
sorry it wasn't 'high performance driving'...I was so nervous about driving
$236,000 of Lamborghini that was not mine. Thanks again to the amazing
owner! Please comment / like / subscribe and be sure to watch in HD!
Horrible crash Brno || Lamborghini Gallardo LP 560-4 BURNS ||
Driver of Lamborghini Gallardo LP 560-4 lost control and bumped into
barriers. It was super Trofeo Lamborghini race at Brno circut.
Sunday, May 23
Lamborghini Blancpain Super Trofeo - Official Statement
Following the incident in yesterdays round four of the Lamborghini
Blancpain Super Trofeo, after which the race was cancelled, a unanimous
decision has been taken by all teams today to cancel the remainder of the
The driver of car number 22, Giorgio Bartocci, was taken to hospital
following an accident at the start of the first race of the weekend. He
remains in intensive care in hospital in Brno, where his condition is
Rounds four, five and six of the Lamborghini Blancpain Super Trofeo are
therefore officially cancelled.
Info from SuperTrofeo Facebook page:
Tomas Cebula shortly, to end all speculations about the rescue process:
...that day in the evening his wife and her sister came to the hospital to
see him...after two days he was transported to brno airport and flew back
to rome...he was stabilized...he and his family were happy with the medical
care, they even said that it was better than in italy...
2010 Lamborghini Murcielago LP670 SVC
At $480,325, the LP670-4 SuperVeloce is the most expensive car ever to run
in Lightning Lap. It's also the best-sounding—and the loudest, with an
engine wail and bellow that could trigger car alarms in the next county.
One of our test drivers went out for a fun run without a helmet and later
complained of hearing loss.
Getting the best out of this lighter and more powerful Murciélago is
tricky. On the first day, it had transmission sulk. On the second morning,
it just understeered everywhere, and its pace wasn't helped by gearing
that's set up for space exploration: We had to use first gear in a couple
of places, which didn't seem quite right. The fixed backrest of the seat is
awful, too, pushing a helmeted head too far forward for comfort.
Eventually, the Lambo came alive when we really started pushing it and the
track warmed up: Some of the rear-end grip went away, which allowed us to
rotate the big Lambo into corners and get the power down sooner.