Discussion in 'Motorized Vehicles' started by J.Dre, Apr 2, 2014.
If people had money to buy that, they would be unlikely to own such an expensive Lambo.
I'm sure out of the thousands that visit these forums, one of them has to have an exotic sports car of some sort. Maybe even some type of Lamborghini.
Just thought I'd ask because I want to know what it's like. I'll probably never get to drive one, let alone own one. Although, I may rent one in the future, just to see what it's like. I think you can rent them around my area for about $900/day.
I think if I were to drop any money to get behind the wheel of a supercar temporarily then it would be at one of those exotic car tracks. You pay them and you can drive the car on a race track for a set amount of time/laps. Most of them have professional drivers there to coach you as well.
That would be sweet... I didn't think of that. :thumbsup: I can't even begin to imagine how fun it would be to take an Aventador on a track.
EDIT: Found it! Lamborghini Aventador is $499 for 5 Laps, but it's in Las Vegas.
I'm only 3 hours from Vegas..
Wonder how long the waiting list is.
Ha, you should go. I definitely would if I were you... If you do, please get the "video addon" and share the recording with us.
I wouldn't want to over impress you with my mad driving skillz.
I think I'm way to big of a tight wad to drop the 500 on it, I'd rather put the money into my truck restoration. lol
And some guy on reddit used some video analysis software and figured out that he was going like 32mph at the beginning of the video. Regardless, that Mazda was in the wrong.
Also a link to Google Street View of the area
32MPH? Don't believe it, and never will. It takes less than a second to get to 30MPH in this vehicle. The engine was revving at least 5500 rpm when he hit, which proves he was going faster than that. I've watched so many reviews and videos of this car, literally hours, there's no way. Perhaps at the moment if impact he was only traveling 32MPH, but not heading into the accident.
EDIT: By the way, if you slow the video down, at 0:08, you can see his brakes were applied at the moment of impact, likely right before as well. So, he did slow down a little.
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