So, we think the crew at our sister site Translogic have lost their minds. Either that or they're trying to steal our jobs.

While nominally a show and blog about mobility, most weeks Translogic is discovering all manner of geeky automotive technology, while driving alternative-fuel vehicles powered by electricity, the sun, wood, or whatever crap they can find. This week, however, for the 100th show, they straight-up went to the track to drive supercars. At Disney World. Speedway.

Take that, greenies and transportation wonks. Everyone loves to flog roadgoing sex from Lamborghini and Ferrari, even – make that especially – Translogic host Bradley Hasemeyer.

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      Relyat08
      • 2 Years Ago
      It kind of bothers me that the seats don't adjust in the Superleggera. How much weight can that really be saving? oh well. Not like I'll be buying one any time soon lol
        Steven Prentice
        • 2 Years Ago
        @Relyat08
        Kinda reminds me of the factory light weight Porsches that use a sticker for the company's badge. The European's go through extremes to save weight!
      MacProMan
      • 2 Years Ago
      Haha, clearly there is some drama between them and you... thanks for letting us know that
      EcoBooster
      • 2 Years Ago
      Yeah it's like $200 to drive the Porsche, $300 to drive the R8, $400 to drive the Lamborghinis and $500 to drive the 458 Italia. AFTER a $50 waiver. And AFTER $100 to ONLY DRIVE 2 LAPS.
      itchybutt
      • 2 Years Ago
      All these sport cars look the same