Classic Lamborghinis running wild on Route 66
Posted Aug 30th 2011 2:30PM
Most will agree that the Running of the Bulls which takes place annually in Pamplona, Spain during the festival of San Fermin every July, doesn't look all that appealing to be a part of. Sure, they definitely know how to throw one heck of a fiesta, but to let a half dozen raging bulls loose on the heavily populated streets daily seems one notch too high on the danger scale for our liking. It is evident that thousands of people do get a kick out of the event however, as the town is flooded with tourists yearly with all accommodations being booked to capacity months in advance.
We are able to dismiss attending the real Running of the Bulls quite easily, but can never turn down the opportunity to take in the sights of the video posted after the break. The owner of three Lamborghinis, all finished in stunning white, decided to take a portion of his very large stable of exotics out for his own Running of the Bulls barreling along Route 66. Here we see three very lavish specimens – the youngest, a Gallardo LP560-4 coupe, followed by the seasoned veterans – a Countach 25th Anniversary edition and a Diablo Roadster.
Through the exciting Miami Vice-ish music you are able to hear the fleet of Lambos zoom by on occasion and catch many great angles of these three breeds. It's great to hear the enthusiasm of the owner at the end of the video as well as he really does a great Austin Powers impression.
Check out the video for yourself after the jump.