LAP OF LUXURY Incredible moment almost 400 Lamborghinis worth £150m lapped Silverstone circuit to break new track record


THIS is the incredible moment that nearly 400 Lamborghinis worth a collective £150million set a new track record at Silverstone.

The stunning sports cars gathered at the racetrack to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the beloved Italian manufacturer. Nearly 400 Lamborghinis took to Silverstone to celebrate 60 years of the beloved manufacturer.

Nearly 400 Lamborghinis took to Silverstone to celebrate 60 years of the beloved manufacturer

In total, 368 drivers took to the Northamptonshire F1 circuit on April 29 to complete a celebratory lap.

In doing so, they set a new record for the most Lamborghinis on a track at the same time.

Footage of the lap was captured by a drone, which followed the motors on their 3.6 mile journey.

The clip – released by Lambo themselves – showed the cars lined up in formation.
Cars of all eras, models and colours were on display as they proceeded around the track in a vast column.

The models seen included the Lamborghini Urus, the LM 002 truck, a Murcielago LP670-4 SV, 400 GT, Miura, Espada, Countach, Diablo and LM 002.

They can also be seen lined up in the paddock before the event, with some parked in a decorative circular formation for the aerial shot.

The manufacturer also took the opportunity to give superfans from around the world a sneak peek of their new model, the Revuelto1.
This will be the first hybrid car produced by Lambo, who are otherwise famous for their chunky V12 petrol engine.

It comes a decade after 350 vehicles took a road trip through Italy to the Lamborghini factory in Sant’Agata in honour of the brand’s 50th Anniversary.

However, one Lambo owner didn’t have a good week, as their £500,000 Aventador was wrecked in a 4am bus crash.

They made the 3.6 mile journey around the iconic F1 trackCredit: Charlie Magee

A total of 386 drivers lapped the circuitCredit: Charlie Magee

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