Formula 1 designer Adrian Newey has recently crashed his Lamborghini Gallardo Super Trofeo at the Silverstone track last weekend.
Designing cars and driving them are two different things, as Adrian Newey has recently found out. The Formula 1 design has crashed his Lamborghini Gallardo Super Trofeo last weekend, on the formation lap of the second race of the Super Trofeo at the Silverstone track. Newey lost control of the wheel when he was trying to warm his tires on the Hangar Straight and stopped his Italian supercar into the wall. The Gallardo has been pulled out of the race because of the high damage.
As a quick reminder, the Lamborghini Gallardo Super Trofeo LP550-2 has been in production ever since 2010. The supercar is a version of the LP550-2 Valentino Balboni for the Hong Kong market and it doesn’t include the center stripe of the original car. The model has a Super Trofeo body kit, made out of the front and rear diffusers, side skirts and tail wing. The Gallardo Super Trofeo is also coming with GPS, Bluetooth, USB, Aux, front and side airbags and a TFT screen, in its base version.