It’s a Saturday morning (or afternoon for some) and you’re just getting into the groove of things. Unfortunately, morning cartoons just don’t do it for you so here’s some of our favorite videos from YouTube that should keep you entertained as you recover from your hangover, late night with friends, or while frying up some bacon!
During a race in Europe (most likely the Lamborghini Blancpain Super Trofeo series) a Lamborghini Gallardo LP 560-4 driven by Giorgio Bartocci spins on the back straight at a high rate of speed and crashes into the track wall. Upon impact the Gallardo explodes and sends the wrecked race car into the middle of the track. In the mean time other racers try and avoid Bartocci’s wrecked car while track marshals and fire fighters try to rescue the driver. The flames reach upwards of 30-feet and thanks to one brave man the door is opened freeing Bartocci. Thankfully Bartocci survived this crash leaving only with some broken bones and second-degree burns, but still alive and ready to race another day.
Everybody loves a Bugatti, but few give credit to the EB110 Super Sport. Before the Veyron, this beast made its mark and there is no better way to celebrate a car’s performance achievement than by launching it and making some nice 11′s.
If you’re a Ferrari fan, the F50 is a trophy car with its 4.7-liter, 60-valves, V12 engine that pumps out 515 horsepower and can catapult from 0 – 60 mph in just 3.7-seconds! Sure it might not be comparable to the Enzo or new LaFerrari, but it holds its own. Check out this beautiful Italian V12 beast do a burn out, donuts, and drive like as if it were stolen!
With the announcement of Lamborghini’s Veneno limited edition hypercar to rival that of the Ferrari LaFerrari, this V12 aerodynamic bull is the very best of German-Italian engineering. Only three specimens will be built (one red, white, and green – the tricolore of Italy) and performance figures are that of 0 – 60 mph in 2.8-seconds! Check out the video taken at the Geneva Motor Show of the Veneno and hear it in all its glory!
Words: Giancarlo Pawelec