Lamborghini voucher 5 laps racetrack training

Lamborghini voucher 5 laps racetrack training



Lamborghini racetrack training 5 laps

You can drive quietly and cultivate understatement – or you can drive a Lamborghini! Extremely extroverted in appearance and blessed with brute driving performance, the wild bulls from Italy challenge virtually every one of their drivers to the utmost. And visually, too, one quickly loses oneself in the charms of these graces….

About Lamborghini

What once began as a tractor manufacturer and, according to legend, arose from a dispute between Ferruccio Lamborghini and Enzo Ferrari over a 250 GT, has become a world-famous brand that stands for fancy, power, speed and passion. Models like the Diablo and Gallardo broke records and created fascination in the automotive industry and among fans.

The name of the most successful of all models to date, the Gallardo, goes back to the fighting bull breeder Francis Gallardo. One of the 5 main breeding breeds (Cabrera, Miura, Navarra, Vazquena, Gallardo) was also named after him. In the entire production period from 2003 to 2013, 14022 examples were manufactured, which is why the Gallardo is considered the most commercially successful and also the cheapest Lamborghini at 160,000€.

The Gallardo was delivered as a 5 liter V10 with 500 to 570 hp, powered by a rear-heavy all-wheel drive. The aluminum body was manufactured by Thyssen Krupp in Heilbronn, painted at Audi’s Neckarsulm plant and assembled in Sant ‘Agata.

The current bull is also more than convincing:

Huracán was a fighting bull of the “Conte de la Patilla” breed that won over the public in Alicante in 1879 with its hot-tempered and challenging nature.

The direct successor of the Gallardo impresses with its sharp-edged and fighting look. At first glance, the design looks like a more inconspicuous version of its big brother model, the Aventador, but it doesn’t need to hide behind it.

The “base model” Huracan LP 610-4 starts with a 5.2 liter V10 with 610 hp. It reaches its top speed at 325 km/h. With all-wheel drive and Lamborghini’s own LDF dual-clutch transmission, the Italian work of art storms to 100km/h in 3.2 seconds. Incidentally, everything is displayed on a 12.3-inch TFT display, which was designed for the Huracán and is also installed in the new Audi TT. The ANIMA driving mode system is operated on the steering wheel and allows the selection of Strada, Sport and Corsa driving modes. Strada is selected for a disc-friendly driving style, Sport for ambitious drivers and Corsa for the crazies. Each mode has a different effect on the engine, transmission and suspension.

What does this voucher include?

You will purchase an unforgettable ride in a Lamborghini on the race track!

We would like to give you the perfect gift, which will not cause any additional costs or nasty surprises when you redeem it. Therefore, we already include the following services in the Lamborghini race car voucher:

Drive on the race track in a Lamborghini Huracan for 5 laps incl. personal instructor
Detailed vehicle briefing
Driver coaching & theory briefing included
Sufficient time for photos & videos
No deposit necessary!
From 18 years!
No date commitment – Individually redeemable
Fuel costs are included

Locations for Lamborghini racetrack training in Germany

With a wide range of locations, we really want to give everyone interested the chance to redeem their dream car at a location of their choice. Currently this is possible in:

Motorsportarena Oschersleben near Magdeburg
STC Motodrom (Spreewaldring) near Berlin
Bilster Berg Drive Resort near Paderborn
Driving Center Groß Dölln near Berlin
Lausitzring near Dresden

Additional information

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PDF voucher by email, paper voucher by post, deluxe voucher box with model car