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Lamborghini Huracan Top Speed Test and Crash

Phillip Roberts 20. January 2015 Hottest news, Magazine No Comments

How to destroy a Lamborghini Huracan in just few minutes? Easy, just drive it as fast as it will go on a Hungarian motorway. What a shame! Just goes to show that the driver is always the most important component of a car.

Two Czechs were driving a company car, yes you are reading this right, a Lamborghini Huracan was the company car, on a Hungarian motorway. They were trying to find out how fast it would go. Well, it did more than Lamborghini state, which is 200 mph. At one point in the video they’ve managed to make it go 207 mph. Fast enough by anyone’s reckoning. Unfortunately for the two Czechs the road surface was no race track. The camera started shaking and then it all went wrong.

You could feel the terror of the driver and passenger. After watching the video I couldn’t believe they survived the crash, but they did. The car had hit a bump and the driver lost control. The Lamborghini Huracan ended up in a ditch and burst into flames. It is only good luck and the fact they were driving a top-notch car that they’ve survived with minor injuries. The car is now a heap of scrap, a total write-off. I wouldn’t want to be in the shoes of the insurance company that had to cover the damage.

To sum it up: Two idiots, one Lamborghini Huracan, driving as fast as they could and ending like everyone would have predicted. Watch the video for the feeling of speed and what happens when you overestimate your capabilities.

It takes hundreds of nuts to hold a car together but only one nut to take it apart!

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About Phillip Roberts

As a little boy my Dad always told me stories about the glorious days of automotive pioneering and days when classics were common. This has influenced me in such an effect I have become a helpless petrol-head...

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…my driving license was still on it's way when I had bought my first petrol-smelling Italian stallion... No, it wasn't a Ferrari... It was Fiat Regata, twin choke Weber 1.5 in neat condition with bad attitude. It wasn't in any way quick by today's standards nor was it a good handler. More like an SUV actually. It was so high that my girlfriend at the time, (a little taller than a bucket,) almost needed a ladder to get into it. However, it was a good car till the first winter came and I wrecked it.

My next car was a BMW E30 1987 2.4d. It is still my all-time favorite. It just had a black metallic paint job done when I bought it and shiny chrome bumpers. As Steel Panther would say say, "that car was bitchin'." I had nice Alpina alloys that I kept getting nicked for. Apparently they were not marked in my documents so each time the police caught me I got a fine.

After about a dozen fines in 3 months I said `sod it` and had BMW amend my documents. This one wasn't really quick off the mark but once it was up to speed you could throw it into any corner and it would come out still alive and pointing the right way. I sold it eventually because I didn't have the time to get it back to original condition and I later found out that the guy I sold it to wrecked it couple of months after. What a shame.

I also had a BMW E46. I liked the look of it but it was useless. It had so many problems one day I wished someone would run into me so I could get rid of it and get some money back. Guess what... a week later a Spanish fellow in a borrowed company Skoda ran up the boot and parked on my back seat. My girlfriend got a panic attack and became so furious she would have beaten him up if I`d let her. However, I had successfully gotten rid of the car.

So this is the story of my beginnings. There are two things that I love other than music and my family. Writing and cars. Why not combine them? I figured there may be more people like me and so I wanted to participate in this amazing opportunity for everyone to share their knowledge, experience and passion, and build something unique while doing it.

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