Sure, watching cars go by for ten minutes doesn't necessarily sound exciting. But if you've ever seen a Lamborghini fly by in person, you know that the sound of these Italian beast machines racing by you is nothing if not distinct, a little frightening, and more than a little awe-inspiring.
So someone decided to tape them doing so.
For ten minutes.
Yesterday was the second day of the Lamborghini 50th Anniversary Grand Giro in Italy. The event isn't a race so much as a totally insane caravan of 350 Lambos blazing through Italy. On their way to Rome, someone stoof on the side of the road for half an hour, and watched them do so, and most of them decided to stunt for the camera a little. As the video's uploader, Tim, put it:
In the space of about 30 minutes a large number drove by and many were kind enough to put their foot down for the camera creating some fairly epic sounds. Special editions of all sorts are featured, from the Murcielago LP670 SV and LP650 Roadster, to the Miura SV, Diablo GT, Gallardo HK20, even the latest models such as the Aventador Roadster and Gallardo LP570 Super Trofeo Stradale and Blancpain.
And if it doesn't sound amazing, just watch. We promise. The challenge isn't how long you can watch so much as how long before you shut the window down when you realize you probably have other things to do today. Like work, and attempting to earn even a fraction of the money one of these cars costs.
Then again: Do you really have anything better to do?
No. You don't.
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