Standing in stark contrast to its rivals in Maranello, Lamborghini does not breed its supercars in motorsports. The Raging Bull does sometime wander onto the track, albeit without direct involvement from the factory in Sant' Agata Bolognese. Reiter Engineering is the German specialty firm that preps Lamborghinis for competition and races them, including the monstrous Murcielago R-GT, which, as we reported recently, is set to take on Le Mans next year, following its regular participation in FIA GT and Japanese Super GT events.
As dramatic as the pictures look, all angular, pumping with testosterone and foaming at the mouth, they don't do it justice. We can imagine seeing one in action up close must be a tremendously visceral experience, but this video, recorded in-car and trackside while lapping the Spa-Francorchamps, goes a long way in communicating the Raging Bull's unbridled potency and sheer speed.
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